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New Zealand

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  • Requirements
  • Visa
  • Universities

Study in New Zealand

New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country has two main land masses—the North Island, and the South Island and around 600 smaller islands. It has a total land area of 268,000 square kilometres. A developed country, New Zealand ranks highly in international comparisons of national performance, such as quality of life, health, education, protection of civil liberties, and economic freedom.

Admission Requirements

  1. Copy Of A Valid Passport
  2. Proof Of English Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Test Scores)
  3. Higher Secondary Score For UG Program, GRE/GMAT For PG Programs
  4. Academic Transcripts From The Previous Study
  5. Minimum Academic Record Of 65% And Above In Class XII Will Be Required
  6. Academic Reference Letters, The Number Of Reference Letters Depends From University To University
  7. A CV (If Applicable)
  8. Letters Of Recommendation From The Employer/Manager (If Applicable)
  9. Essays (If Demanded By The University)
  10. Statement Of Purpose (SOP)
  11. Portfolio (For Specific Courses)
  12. Evidence Of Funds
  13. Medical Insurance

Student Visa Changes for New Zealand

We at Educasia provide you a few steps to undergo the procedure of getting Student Visa for Australia:

  1. New Zealand has launched an 18-month pilot for a new Pathway Student Visa.
  2. The pathway visa allows students to study with up to three different education providers over a five-year period, all without renewing the study visa.
  3. Pathway visa holders may also work during their studies, within the limits of existing immigration regulations in New Zealand.
  4. This Pathway pilot is only limited to the educational institutions that meet defined government criteria for participation that includes the 90% student visa approval rate over the previous 12 months.

Listed Colleges/Universities

  1. PHIMS
  2. Tasmania International
  3. College Employing Teritary Institute
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