New Zealand


New Zealand is a Commonwealth country and she is known as the second most peaceful country in the world. Because of British rule, English became the official language and standard university language. However, Maori people accounts for the second largest population, so their cultural roots occupy a prominent position in daily life.


New Zealand is Known as The "First Country" in Many Ways:

She is the first country to give women equal voting rights.

The first major climb Mount Everest is New Zealanders.

The first country in the southern hemisphere declared the Dark Sky Sanctuary (NZ government defines the sky must be reserved from urban light pollution).

With such a rich history and immortal achievements, New Zealand's academic level also focuses on progressive learning and encouraging research, as well as innovation and practicality.


Why study in New Zealand?

The New Zealand Education System is regulated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), which ensures quality standards for academic practice across the country.

Unlike other global higher education institutions (such as the UK and Canadian institutions), New Zealand's higher education workers take a more focused approach to impart expertise teaching to students. Instead of dispersing students on a major academic path, universities in New Zealand provide comprehensive nurturing for students in order to prepare their post-graduate work or further education activities.


What Aspects of New Zealand Education System?

  1. Quality education

  2. First-class facilities and human resources

  3. Globally recognized curriculum

  4. One of the most stable and safe countries in the world


University Ranking

Despite the small size of the country and the small number of higher education institutions, all NZ universities are good universities. Eight NZ universities are listed in many top world rankings. New Zealand degrees are internationally recognized by governments around the world.


New Zealand Tuition Fees


New Zealand University Admission Requirements

Applicants for a bachelor’s degree must meet the entry requirements for a specific course offered by the institution. These requirements are subject to different courses and institutions. However, in general, students holding the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) are required to take Level 4, 4, 4 or above in the HKDSE, including English and two electives to meet the admission requirements. In addition, applicants are also required to obtain a TOEFL score of 213 points or IELTS 6.0. Most universities have a one-year university foundation course designed for overseas students preparing study at a New Zealand University.


After graduation opportunities in New Zealand

You must apply for a post-graduation working visa three months before the student visa expiry day, otherwise, you must return to your country of origin.


Post-graduation working visas are divided into two categories:

  1. PSWV OPEN: Allows you to find relevant qualifications within 12 months and work for any employers in New Zealand.

  2. PSWV EMPLOYER ASSISTED: Assured by the employer to extend your OPEN visa for two years.


When the visas above issued, you may be eligible apply for an NZ resident status under the skilled migration category.

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