New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2 main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. New Zealand offers a wide range of study opportunities including primary state-administered schools, secondary schools, colleges, universities, and private training establishments. The 8 universities that make up the country’s education system include The University of Auckland, University of Otago, University of Canterbury, the University of Waikato among others. Also, the top universities in New Zealand have the greatest impact on international students when deciding whether to study in New Zealand.
The number of foreign students flying to New Zealand for higher studies has jumped in recent years. Masters of Business Administration (MBA) tops the chart of top courses to pursue in New Zealand. When it comes to giving an aspirants’ career an edge, there are not many programs that can compete with an MBA. Apart from the MBA, the other degrees that have caught the attention of both domestic and international students: Master of Professional Accounting, Engineering, PG Diploma in Agricultural Science, and Master of Tourism among others.
When selecting a study abroad destination, we tend to get engrossed in selecting universities, figuring out loan schemes, and accommodation. While searching and applying to various universities across New Zealand, it is crucial for aspirants to know about the environment of the country and about where they will be residing. Apart from world-ranking universities, New Zealand boasts many cities that attract a large number of foreign students due to their affordable cost of living and easy accessibility.
Our University partners in New Zealand.
- Taylors College Auckland
- The University of Auckland
- The University of Waikato
- University of Canterbury
- University of Lincoln
- Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
- Eastern Institute of Technology
- Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
- Waikato Institute of Technology