Study In New Zealand

Study In New Zealand

If you are looking to live and work in New Zealand, we can help you identify the right visa option and understand the requirements you need to satisfy in order to apply for New Zealander permanent residence. Engaging our services at the start of the application process will save you time and money.

Why Study in New Zealand?

New Zealand consistently ranks the top country in the world for happiness and peaceful living index. It has world class universities, practical vocational colleges and outstanding English language schools to support international students.

You can obtain a Student Visa to study in New Zealand: 

  • English Courses (General English, IELTS preparation, Cambridge, etc.)
  • Vocational Courses (Diplomas in Business, Marketing, Tourism, Hospitalities, etc.)
  • University Courses (Bachelor’s Degree, Master and PhD)

Our educational support team will help you to choose a suitable course and obtain an offer of place to study.

Working on a Student Visa

Many international students are choosing New Zealand as their study destination where they can study and undertake part-time work. Most Student Visas allow you to work part-time, up to 20 hours per week, and full-time during scheduled holidays.

Post Study Work Rights

Another of the greatest benefits of being an international graduate in New Zealand is to have a legitimate work right after completing your course.  You can get a Post-study work visa for 1, 2 or 3 years depending on your qualifications, where you studied and if you are working towards occupational registration.

Partner and Dependent Children

Another key reason to consider choosing New Zealand is the ability to bring your partner and your children with you to New Zealand if you are studying the courses that meet the requirements. For instance, if you are studying at a Master’s level, your partner can even get full work rights for the duration of your visa whereas your children will get a student visa to study. Your children will also be treated as domestic students, which means they don’t have to pay tuition fees to go to a primary or secondary school.

If you are interested in studying then working in New Zealand, we can help provide information on your studying options, your post study visa eligibility, your pathway to New Zealand residency and more.

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