Study in New Zealand

    New Zealand

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    New Zealand


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    New Zealand is divided in to two major mass areas: The North Island and the South Island extending in the Pacific Ocean’s southwestern part; so it is a country being shaped in a form of a beautiful large Island, in addition to having another 600 small-sized islands. The overall area of this large Island stands at 268,021 square meters, hosting a population of about 5 million residents of different main ethnicities of : Europeans, Maori – the indigenous people- Pacific’s, British and some new few ethnicities.

    It is characterized by areas that are mountainous or hills of steep shapes : they are volcanic in the middle of the North Island, and of a number of fiords (maritime isles) in the South Island.
    The name of the first man to discover the Island was the Dutch: Abel Tasman ,who was an explorer, discovered the land in 1642. Afterwards, the name of New Zealand was given to the Island after the name of the Dutch”Neuw Zeeland” who was a mapmaker: as the first people to explore the country were the Dutch.

    In 1840, Waitangi Treaty was ratified on 6th of February, since then New - Zealand marks the announcement of that treaty when Great Britain and indigenous people signed what was known of New Zealand’s founding document.
    The Country is developing a great deal of keeping maintaining applied sciences along having the environment of New Zealand clean and be out of any carbon emission by 2050.

    Study in New Zealand

    What to study in New Zealand ?

    New Zealand offers some of the most diverse degrees in the world. Still, if the market is too vast, you should know that some of the most popular study options in New Zealand are: Computer Science degrees in New ZealandEducational Research degrees in New Zealand Psychology degrees in New Zealand Commerce degrees in New ZealandAgriculture degrees in New ZealandBiomedical Engineering degrees in New Zealand.

    Major cities in New Zealand
    New Zealand has some of the top-rated “liveable” cities in the world, so there’s no wonder that, besides the capital (Wellington), there are other popular destinations, like: Study in Auckland Study in Wellington Study in Christchurch.

    English-language tests
    The minimum grades and scores international students are required to have vary wildly from university to university, and sometimes from programme to programme. Still, the English proficiency tests usually accepted are: Internet-based TOEFL (iBT)Paper-based TOEFLCambridge English: C1 Advanced or C2 ProficiencyPearson Test of English (PTE) AcademicMichigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB).

    Undergraduate requirements
    A secondary degree is essential to continue students’ bachelor degree in New Zealand.
    Also New Zealand Universities accept the following documents:
    • IB diploma.
    • Cambridge International Examinations and TOEFL.

    Requirements of Post Graduate Studies
    It requires a bachelor degree to enroll in postgraduates program as a minimum degree of qualification in the same subject, but some institutions require students to have work experience in terms of the same field of study.

    Ph.D. Degree Requirements
    A master’s degree is a must to complete a Ph.D. Degree. Or an honours degree of a first class / an upper second class in the same subject.

    Tuition Fees

    Undergraduate Fees

    Fees are between 11,535 – 16, 778 pounds a year

    Postgraduate Fees

    Between 13, 632 – 19, 400 pounds a year; but may be higher than this rate for Medicine and veterinary science

    Ph.D. Fees
    They are between 3,400 - 4,718 pounds a year.
    The eight top universities in New Zealand are of a good choice for students of different countries around, as these universities are of attractive feat when you recognize that the population of the whole country is just about five million.
    The system of education comprises eighteen institution of technology and polytechnics that provide students with multiple skills of vocational techniques concentrating on hands-on experience.

    English Courses

    International students of different ethnicities and languages have the opportunity to take a number of English courses in New Zealand’ universities, in accordance with their level: Which extend from scratch to any level that is to do with improving language skills. Therefore, the period of taking these kinds of courses are distributed over 3weeks up to six months.
    The average cost is from 300 dollars – 700 dollars.

    Living in New Zealand

    Weather – Climate - and Environment

    New Zealand consists of sixteen regions, they are alphabetically in order as follows: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Canterbury, Gisborne, Hawke’s bay, Manawatu, Marlborough, Otago and Southland, Taranaki, Tasman / Nelson, Waikato, Wellington, West Coast and Northland.
    Two - thirds of the New Zealand area is a combination of mountains, hills and few plains, resulting from earth movements. The northern central part is distinguished by volcanic eruptions because of frequent earthquakes.
    The weather is stormy natured by tropical atmosphere which reflects tropical warm air laden with humidity that coincides with polar air of cold climate.


    The islands of New Zealand are located alone with no partners adjacent which give them an astonishing environment characterized by a special geography that is in the southern part of the world standing alive alone.
    The western culture has a great impact on the large island, the indigenous people’s culture of the Maori and batches of consecutive migrations of various ethnicities as well.

    Living in New Zealand(accommodation and expenses)

    The cost of an accommodation varies between 200 dollars – 400 dollars at most a week, taking into consideration the lifestyle of students.
    In Auckland a student can share a room with two persons in central Auckland, for instance, for just from 270 dollars to 300 dollars a week.
    Another home stay in Auckland owned by a resident. The home stay is in the central of Auckland, where you will be comfortable, and relaxed as owners have a good background about international students ‘ situations, so they are supportive and helpful. Most of these accommodations are close to the bus stations, markets and vibrant locations. The internet and electricity are, mostly, included with the rent.
    There also a number of hotels and hostels offering a single or twin-shared rooms having a dining room, laundry, lounge, in share. Meals are often included with lovely and lively of social programmes that support learning activities.

    Visa to New Zealand

    Student’s Visa

    The following documents have to be required in order to apply:
    • A proof that you have enough money to be paid for tuition fees.
    • covering living expenses, a proof of funds is a must standing at 15 , 0000 dollar  a year
    • A valid passport
    • Having, around – trip ticket
    • Visa application – Fee
    • A certificate of good character and conduct
    • An approved education provider – An offer of place
    • Health and medical certificate
    • Under 18 age students have to have an accommodation guarantee

    Student Insurance

    The health care in New Zealand is as the same as the health care in the UK; the system of insurance in New Zealand is almost completely supported by the government; but international students have to pay the health insurance. When applying to study in New Zealand’s Universities, students are required to obtain coverage of international student insurance that is to meet your health treatment during your studying time in the Country.

    Universities in New Zealand

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