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study in New Zealand

Here is five-step guide can help you get started on your study in New Zealand

Studying abroad become many people dreams. One of the most visited countries to study is New Zealand. It is a small country and has only eight universities and 23 polytechnics. All eight universities there are in the top 3% in the world. Therefore, after graduating from universities studying in New Zealand, you will be recognized and respected globally. Study in New Zealand opens doors to successful careers around the world.

 

What to do before applying to the universities in New Zealand

  • First is choose what to study.
  • Next, plan your budget. Learn the costs of living and studying there and then plan you’re funding. See the options for funding your studies there.
  • Apply for your course. You need to find out what you need to prepare for your application.
  • Apply for the visa. Once you have your visa, you can stay in the country for up to four years and have permission to work up to 20 hours per week.
  • You are ready to go to study in the New Zealand.

 

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Living costs

As part of your student visa application, you must provide evidence that you can cover your living expenses while studying in New Zealand. For the living cost in New Zealand, you will need around $20,000 and $25,000 per year ($380–480 per week) for accommodation, food, transportation costs, phone bills, internet usage and many more. Living costs will depend on your lifestyle.

For the studying cost, every institution there are permitted to set their own tuition fees. The tuition fee will be different depending on where you study and how long you study for. International students can expect to pay between $22,000 and $32,000 for a bachelor’s degree. For a postgraduate course, the students will have to pay around $26,000 and $37,000.

With a student visa, you are able to work up to 20 hours per week during term time, and full time out of term time. Being able to work while studying can certainly help your finances during your stay in New Zealand.

For the scholarships, there are available for international students at all levels but only a few. So you need to compete harder against other students to get the scholarship.

 

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Medical and Travel Insurance

Ministry of Education's requires valid medical and travel insurance for students who want to study in the New Zealand. This will depend on where you are from.

The majority of courses are offered in English. If you are not from an English speaking country, you need to take the test to prove that your English skills will meet the teaching standards.

 

After knowing the information, prepare yourself optimally to study in New Zealand. Good luck!

 
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