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Study in New Zealand

Study In New Zealand

About New Zealand

  • New Zealand may only be known as “Australia’s younger sibling”, with their almost identical flags and adorable accents. But it still is a place you should seriously consider for your international degree.
  • The country is a paradise for hiking, skiing, bungee jumping, kayaking, and more. It offers opportunities to explore famous destinations like Milford Sound, Abel Tasman National Park, and Tongariro National Park, home to the stunning Tongariro Alpine Crossing.
  • New Zealand has a well-developed education system and is known for its high-quality universities and institutions. It attracts a significant number of international students seeking a world-class education and research opportunities. With a population of approximately 5 million, New Zealand is known for its laid-back lifestyle, safety, and friendly locals. A dream country for many worldwide visitors. 

What is it like to study in New Zealand?

The education system in New Zealand is very application-based. Memorizing course material is not the standard way of learning at New Zealand universities. Also, the teaching staff, the other students, and the other extracurricular clubs, when combined, create a memorable and amazing study atmosphere. Besides this, some universities offer a ton of support services, especially for international students. They can offer pastoral care and workshops on managing stress, mindfulness, meditation techniques, how to overcome procrastination, how to maintain a study-life balance, and more, making your studying years as relaxed and as pleasant as possible.

Why Study in New Zealand ?

  • It’s (relatively) affordable : To study at a New Zealand university, international students pay between 4,000 and 10,500 EUR per academic year. While this isn’t exactly cheap, it’s much more affordable than studying at universities in other countries like the US, Canada, the UK, or Australia.
  • Diverse Range of Programs: New Zealand offers a wide variety of academic programs and disciplines, ranging from arts and sciences to business, engineering, and healthcare. Students have the flexibility to choose from an extensive range of courses that align with their interests and career aspirations.
  • Research Opportunities: New Zealand has a strong focus on research and innovation. Universities collaborate with industry partners and conduct groundbreaking research in various fields. As a student, you can actively participate in research projects and gain valuable practical experience.

  • Live in a safe and peaceful environment : In 2020, New Zealand was listed as the second most peaceful nation on the Global Peace Index. The country enjoys low crime and corruption rates, a politically stable environment, and an overall peaceful society where citizens can enjoy their day-to-day activities.
  • Work Opportunities: New Zealand provides excellent work opportunities for international students. While studying, you can work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) and full-time during scheduled breaks. Additionally, upon graduation, you can apply for a post-study work visa to gain valuable work experience in New Zealand.
  • Quality of Life: New Zealand’s natural beauty is renowned worldwide. From stunning landscapes to outdoor adventure opportunities, students can enjoy a high quality of life outside of their academic pursuits. The country offers a balanced lifestyle that promotes well-being and personal development

International Student’s Working Rights In New Zealand

  • Study Visa Conditions: International students studying full-time at a recognized institution in New Zealand with a valid student visa are generally eligible to work part-time during their studies.

  • Work Hour Restrictions: International students can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during scheduled breaks, such as summer or winter holidays. This helps students balance work and study commitments.

  • Work Opportunities: Students can seek employment in various sectors, including retail, hospitality, administration, tutoring, or research assistance. The availability of job opportunities may vary depending on the location and demand.

  • Minimum Wage: New Zealand has a minimum wage policy to ensure fair pay for workers. As of September 2021, the adult minimum wage is NZD $20.00 per hour. It’s important to ensure that employers comply with labor laws regarding wages and working conditions.

Educational Institutions in New Zealand

  • Universities: New Zealand has eight government-funded universities that offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across various disciplines. These universities are known for their research and academic excellence. Examples include the University of Auckland, University of Otago, and Victoria University of Wellington.

  • Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs): ITPs provide vocational and applied education and training programs. They offer a diverse range of courses in areas such as engineering, hospitality, business, information technology, and more. ITPs often have strong industry connections and provide hands-on learning opportunities. Examples include Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec).

  • Private Training Establishments (PTEs): PTEs are privately owned and offer a variety of vocational and academic courses. They provide specialized training in areas such as arts, design, culinary arts, English language, and more. PTEs often offer shorter and more focused programs. Examples include Media Design School and New Zealand School of Tourism.

What is National Qualifications Framework (NQF) in New Zealand 

  • In New Zealand, NQF stands for the National Qualifications Framework. The NQF is a system that organizes and recognizes qualifications based on their level of difficulty, complexity, and the knowledge and skills they represent. It provides a consistent framework for comparing and understanding different qualifications across different education and training sectors.
  • The NQF in New Zealand consists of ten levels, each representing a specific range of knowledge, skills, and competencies. Here is an overview of the NQF levels in New Zealand:
  • Level 1: This level represents foundation-level learning and is typically associated with the completion of secondary school education or equivalent qualifications.
  • Level 2: This level represents the acquisition of basic skills and knowledge and is often achieved through the completion of a National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 2 or equivalent qualification.
  • Level 3: This level represents a higher level of competency and knowledge, often attained through the completion of NCEA Level 3 or equivalent qualifications.
  • Level 4: This level represents a broader range of skills and knowledge, including both practical and theoretical aspects. It is often associated with the completion of a certificate or diploma qualification.
  • Level 5: This level signifies a higher level of specialized knowledge and skills, often acquired through the completion of a higher-level diploma or advanced certificate qualification.
  • Level 6: This level represents undergraduate-level study and is typically associated with the completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification.
  • Level 7: This level signifies advanced knowledge and skills, often attained through the completion of a postgraduate diploma or a master’s degree.
  • Level 8: This level represents further advanced study and is associated with the completion of a research-based master’s degree or a doctorate (Ph.D.) qualification.
  • Level 9: This level represents specialist knowledge and expertise beyond the master’s degree level, often achieved through research-based doctoral degrees or higher doctorates.
  • Level 10: This level signifies the highest level of expertise and achievement, often attained through the completion of post-doctoral research or equivalent qualifications.

Living in New Zealand

  • Tuition fees in New Zealand

    In New Zealand, the government allows universities to set their own tuition fees. For international students, these fees range between:

    • 4,100–6,100 EUR/year for Bachelor’s degrees
    • 7,300–10,500 EUR/year for Master’s degrees

    For some disciplines, like Medicine, tuition can be even higher. 


Accommodation, food, and other expenses

In New Zealand, living costs for international students range from 600 to 1,300 EUR/month. Here’s a breakdown of the average expenses:

  • Rent: 300–1,600 EUR/month (depending on the type of accommodation)
  • Utilities: 110–170 EUR/month
  • A restaurant meal: 11 EUR
  • A cup of coffee: 3 EUR
  • A loaf of bread: 1.50 EUR
  • Monthly transport pass: 90 EUR

Intakes And Deadlines

In New Zealand, the academic year is divided into two main intakes:

  • Intake / Semester 1: This intake typically begins in February or March, and it is the primary intake for most programs. Application deadlines for Semester 1 usually fall between October and December of the previous year.
  • Intake / Semester 2: This intake usually starts in July or August, offering a smaller range of programs compared to Semester 1. Application deadlines for Semester 2  generally fall between April and May.
  • It’s worth noting that some institutions may also offer additional intakes or flexible enrollment options throughout the year for certain programs, particularly at the postgraduate level or in specialized fields.

Documents Requirements for Universities & ITPs

The following documents would be required for seat booking:

  • Passport front page and address page
  • Updated CV
  • Academic Qualification : X Mark sheet
  • Academic Qualification : XII Mark sheet
  • Academic Qualification : XII Passing Certificate
  • Academic Qualification (For Post Graduation Courses) : Graduation – Individual all Semesters Mark sheets. 
  • Academic Qualification (For Post Graduation Courses) : Graduation – Consolidated Mark sheet.
  • Academic Qualification (For Post Graduation Courses) : Degree Provisional / Final Certificate.
  • If having Work Experience – Appointment letter, Salary Slip, Experience Letter
  • English Language Proficiency Test
  • Letter of references (LoR)
  • Statement of Purpose (SoP)

Most Popular Post-graduation Courses in New Zealand:


  • Business Administration (MBA): Postgraduate programs in business administration are sought after by students looking to advance their careers in the business and management field.

  • Information Technology (IT): Postgraduate programs in IT may include data science, cybersecurity, software engineering, artificial intelligence, and network management.

  • Engineering: New Zealand offers Engineering postgraduate programs such as civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and environmental engineering which are in high demand.

  • Health Sciences: Postgraduate courses in health sciences are popular, particularly in fields such as public health, nursing, medical laboratory science, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy. 

  • Environmental Studies: New Zealand’s natural beauty and commitment to sustainability make it an attractive destination for postgraduate studies in environmental studies. Programs in environmental science, conservation, sustainable resource management, and environmental policy are popular choices.

  • Creative Arts: Postgraduate programs in creative arts, including fine arts, design, film-making, and performing arts, are popular among students with a passion for artistic expression and creativity.

  • Tourism and Hospitality: New Zealand’s thriving tourism industry makes it an excellent destination for postgraduate programs in tourism management, hospitality, and event management. 

  • Education: Postgraduate programs in education are popular among those looking to enhance their teaching skills or pursue careers in educational leadership and administration. These programs offer specialized training in areas such as curriculum development, educational research, and inclusive education.

Steps For Taking Admisison in New Zealand:

  • Step 1 : Send us your Resume, Passport, Education documents & the course name you wish to join.
  • Step 2 : We will send you list of Universities/Colleges, Intake, Fees & other eligibility criteria’s for admisison & the options you have.
  • Step 3 : Shortlist your course & university / college from the list & inform us.
  • Step 4 : We will process for admissions with those respected universities / colleges.
  • Step 5 : If you are selected college will send you the admisison letter. College will take about 3 weeks to issue the conditional / Unconditional offer letter. The unconditional offer letter (also called as visa letter)
  • Step 6 : If Unconditional Admission letter received, apply for your Visa from nearest NZ VFS.
  • Step 7 : Get Approval of Visa in principal.
  • Step 8 : Transfer full fees to university & also send Visa of approval in principal to University/College.
  • Step 9 : Collect Fees transfer receipt from University & submit to NZ VFS.
  • Step 10 : Receive final Visa.
  • Step 11: Book your flight & Fly to the beautiful country.

Visa Procedure:

The funds to show for New Zealand visa are as given below:

  • Average Tuition Fees of NZ$ 30,000 (Exact will depend on the course selected)
  • Travel Expenses to NZ of NZ$ 2,000
  • Living Expenses for 15 months is NZ$ 18,750. It is calculated at NZ$ 1,250 per month multiplied by the length of the course.

Funds For Visa:

  • Total funds for visa if we add up the above would be NZ$ 50,750. At 1 NZ$ = 52 INR, the show money for visa is INR 26.50 Lakhs.
  • Money can be shown as cash savings in bank account, fixed deposits or bank loan (educational loan, personal loan, home loan top-up, loan against property & loan against insurance policies). Gold loan is not accepted for visa purpose. You can also show money of your parents and own brother / sister (not of uncle / aunts / cousin, etc, as that may not be accepted by the visa officer). Parents and siblings will need to show their source of income through salary slips, income tax returns, pension documents, etc. Any unaccounted money or sudden reflection of large money inconsistent with your past records will likely lead to a visa refusal. Any gaps that you may have between studies, employment, etc, also needs to be explained with documentary evidence as they are potential visa refusal reasons.
  • If your spouse wishes to accompany you, she will need to show NZ$ 2,000 for travel expenses and NZ$ 4,200 for living expenses. As you are studying a Level 9 course, spouse can work full time during your 15 months of study and also during the 3 years of post-study work visa.
  • We will assist you with your student and spouse visa applications.

Expenses in New Zealand:

  • Fees = NZ$ 30,000
  • Flight ticket and visa charges = NZ$ 2,000
  • Food & Accommodation charges = NZ$ 650 per month on a conservative budget if travelling alone. If living with family, expenses will be about NZ$ 1,300 – 1,400 per month.

The total cost to complete the course if travelling alone will be NZ$ 42,000 (approx. 22 Lakhs INR if 1 NZ$ = 52 INR) and NZ$ 58,000 (approx. 30 Lakhs INR if 1 NZ$ = 52 INR) if going with family.

Working part-time / full-time in New Zealand:

 You will be allowed to work part-time in NZ during course period and full time during vacations like Christmas. The minimum pay rate in NZ is Z$ 19 per hour and you can work upto 20 hours per week part-time. By working 20 hours per week part-time in NZ at the minimum pay of NZ$ 19 per hour, you will earn about NZ$ 1,520 per month (approx. INR 80,000). Assuming you work for 14 months out of your 15 months course duration in NZ, you will earn NZ$ 21,280 (approx. INR 11 Lakhs). Out of your total expense of INR 22 Lakhs if travelling alone, you will get to recover half of your total cost. So net expense to cover your complete your course will be about INR 11 Lakhs. If your wife is working full-time (say 50 hours per week) at the minimum pay of NZ$ 19 per hour, she will earn 50x4x19 = NZ$ 3,800 per month (approx. INR 2 Lakhs). Over a 14 month’s period, she will earn around 28 Lakhs INR. As she has earned INR 28 Lakhs and you as a student have earned INR 11 Lakhs, your total earnings is INR 39 Lakhs. Total expense of going with family is 30 Lakhs. Even discounting the income tax that you would have paid at the minimum hourly salary, you would have still recovered your full cost of education and stay in New Zealand for the 15 months duration.

Post-Study Work (PSW) Visa:

You should apply for your 3 years PSW visa after you have successfully passed the Level 9 course. The PSW visa can be applied online and you will need the following documents for that:

  • Identity documents (passport + photo)
  • Medical (chest X ray + medical exam in NZ)
  • Character certificate (from local NZ police station)
  • NZ qualification pass certificate
  • NZ$ 4,200 funds available in your bank account
  • Apply no later than 3 months after your student visa has expired. You can and should apply for your PSW visa from NZ itself in which case you will be issued with an interim visa to stay in NZ lawfully till your NZ visa comes. The cost of PSW visa processing as of date is NZ$ 495.
  • After obtaining a PSW visa, you can then look at applying for PR (permanent residency) after you have got a skilled job in New Zealand. Once you have obtained your PSW, you should contact a Licensed Immigration Advisor (LIA) as only an LIA is authorised to guide you with the migration process. The LIA will guide you on which jobs can help you to obtain the necessary points for PR and which jobs will not get you the necessary points. Check the ANZSCO (Australia and New Zealand standard classification of occupation) list to see that which code best matches your current job or job offer.
  • Check the self-assessment form on Immigration New Zealand website:
  • https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/tools/points-indicator-smc-28aug
  • A Google search will show that if you are able to score 160 points, you have a fair chance of qualifying for permanent residency under skilled migrant category.
  • A seafarer, 35 years of age, who does the Level 9 Master’s in Applied Management course at NMIT will likely get the following points as per the Immigration NZ weblink self-assessment form once he has a skilled job in NZ:
  • Skilled employment – 50 points
  • One year skilled work experience in NZ – 10 points (assuming you apply after gaining 1 year of work exp. In NZ)
  • Level 9 qualification – 70 points
  • One year of full time study in NZ – 10 points
  • Age – 30 points
  • Total score is 170 points as per https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/tools/points-indicator-smc-28aug
  • If your skilled job happens to be outside of Auckland, you get an additional 30 points. There are points for spouse Level 7 – 9 qualification, your previous skilled work experience, etc, but we have discounted all that. Just the bare minimum points that you get for age, 15 months study at Level 9 in NZ and 1 year skilled job experience in NZ has been taken into account.
  • Kindly note that although a rough points calculation can be done by anybody on the NZ immigration website self-assessment form, you will need to file your permanent residency application through a NZ LIA only. The LIA will check whether you genuinely qualify for the points or not that you are claiming for yourself by looking at your supporting documents.

Shortage of Skill Workers in New Zealand

  • A skill shortage in a country refers to a situation where there is a lack of qualified and skilled individuals in specific occupations or industries. It means that there is an imbalance between the demand for skilled workers and the available supply of individuals with the required skills and qualifications. When there is a skill shortage, employers may struggle to find suitable candidates to fill job vacancies.

  • To address skill shortages, countries often identify and monitor occupations or industries experiencing the greatest shortages. Governments and relevant authorities may develop strategies and initiatives to attract and retain skilled workers, both domestically and internationally. This can include implementing immigration policies to attract foreign talent, offering training and education programs to upskill the local workforce. Skill shortages can create opportunities for individuals with in-demand skills, as they may benefit from higher wages, increased job security, and favorable employment prospects

The Skill Shortage Industries:

  • Healthcare: There is a high demand for healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and medical laboratory scientists.

  •  Information Technology (IT): IT professionals, including software developers, network engineers, cybersecurity specialists, data analysts, and systems administrators, are in high demand to support New Zealand’s growing technology sector.

  • Engineering: There is a shortage of skilled engineers in various fields such as civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and software engineering.

  • Construction: Skilled workers in the construction industry, including builders, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and project managers, are in demand due to ongoing infrastructure projects and housing developments.

  • Trades: Tradespeople such as automotive technicians, welders, plumbers, and electricians are sought after to meet the demand for skilled trades workers across different industries.

  • Teaching: New Zealand has a demand for qualified teachers, particularly in subjects such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), as well as te reo Māori (the Māori language) and special education.

  • Agriculture and Horticulture: There is a need for skilled workers in the agricultural and horticultural sectors, including farm managers, agricultural scientists, horticulturists, and viticulturists.

  • Hospitality and Tourism: Skilled workers in the hospitality and tourism industry, such as chefs, hotel managers, and tourism operators, are in demand due to New Zealand’s thriving tourism sector.

Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) in New Zealand

 The Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) in New Zealand identifies occupations that have a long-term skill shortage, meaning there is a sustained demand for skilled workers in those fields. Having an occupation on the LTSSL can provide advantages for certain visa categories, including the post-study work visa. It is recommended to take up course related to LTSSL for getting an job with much higher demand &  wages than average.

As of in September 2021, the following occupations were included in the LTSSL in New Zealand:


  1. Construction Project Manager
  2. Quantity Surveyor
  3. Telecommunications Engineer
  4. Electrical Engineer
  5. Chemical Engineer
  6. Materials Engineer
  7. Civil Engineer
  8. Geotechnical Engineer
  9. Structural Engineer
  10. Transport Engineer
  11. Industrial Designer
  12. Mechanical Engineer
  13. Production or Plant Engineer
  14. Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum)
  15. Environmental Engineer
  16. Engineering Professionals (nec)
  17. ICT Business Analyst
  18. Systems Analyst
  19. Multimedia Specialist
  20. Analyst Programmer
  21. Developer Programmer
  22. Software Engineer
  23. Database Administrator
  24. Systems Administrator
  25. Network Administrator
  26. Network Analyst
  27. ICT Security Specialist
  28. Systems Administrator
  29. ICT Quality Assurance Engineer
  30. ICT Support Engineer
  31. ICT Systems Test Engineer
  32. Telecommunications Network Engineer
  33. Barrister
  34. Solicitor
  35. Surveyor
  36. Cartographer
  37. Marine Engineer
  38. Naval Architect
  39. Veterinarian
  40. Medical Laboratory Scientist
  41. Radiologist
  42. Pathologist
  43. Sonographer
  44. Anaesthetist
  45. Psychiatrist
  46. Medical Practitioners (nec)
  47. Midwife
  48. Occupational Therapist
  49. Physiotherapist
  50. General Practitioner
  51. Registered Nurse (Aged Care)
  52. Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency)
  53. Registered Nurse (Medical)
  54. Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
  55. Registered Nurse (Perioperative)
  56. Registered Nurse (Surgical)
  57. Social Worker
  58. Mechanical Engineering Technician
  59. Automotive Electrician
  60. Baker
  61. Pastry Cook
  62. Chef
  63. Cook
  64. Horse Trainer
  65. Gardener (General)
  66. Arborist
  67. Landscape Architect
  68. Quantity Surveyor
  69. Actuary
  70. Chemical Plant Operator
  71. Pulp and Paper Mill Operator
  72. Power Generation Plant Operator
  73. Biochemist
  74. Biotechnologist
  75. Food Technologist
  76. Materials Scientist
  77. Medical Physicist
  78. Metallurgist
  79. Microbiologist
  80. Life Scientist (General)
  81. Biochemist
  82. Zoologist
  83. Botanist
  84. Marine Biologist
  85. Medical Laboratory Technician
  86. Pathology Collector/Phlebotomist
  87. Other Medical Technicians
  88. Optometrist
  89. Orthoptist
  90. Podiatrist
  91. Audiologist
  92. Ophthalmologist
  93. Radiation Oncologist
  94. Medical Radiation Therapist
  95. Sonographer
  96. Environmental Research Scientist
  97. Environmental Scientist (nec)
  98. Geologist
  99. Geophysicist
  100. Meteorologist
  101. Physicist
  102. Tennis Coach
  103. Jockey
  104. Crane, Hoist, and Lift Operators
  105. Forklift Driver
We look after admissions & visas only. We are not a NZ govt. authorised LIA.

At the opportune time, we will introduce you to NZ govt. approved LIA’s who will help you with your PR documentation work.

If you wish to apply for the above course at NMIT, please do revert back to us.

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