Study in New Zealand


New Zealand, famous for its amazing scenery, is a great country – a fun place to visit and a superb study destination. New Zealand also has an international reputation as a provider of quality education. It offers a safe learning environment which provides excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. New Zealand is the youngest country on Earth. It has been a nation of immigrants, accepting people from every country on earth and a great place to live, work and to pursue your dreams.


This beautiful recreational paradise in the south Pacific has become a preferred study destination for many international students due to the following reasons Safe yet modern, British based education system, International recognition of courses and degrees, Competitive Costs, Multiculturalism, Support Services, Recreational wonderland, Work while you study, Opportunity to settle permanently in New Zealand, No personal visa interview and No outright visa rejection, Further education after acquiring Permanent Residency.



Auckland is New Zealand’s largest urban area with a population of just over 1.2 million people. It is not, however, the capital, although it was at one time, until the capital moved to Wellington. Auckland is the centre of commerce and industry and is perhaps the most vibrant, bustling and multicultural city in New Zealand. Auckland is the biggest Polynesian city in the world and this cultural influence is reflected in many different aspects of city life.


Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand with a population of just over 400,000. It is also the cultural, administrative and political centre of the country. Two aspects of the city that will immediately strike any visitor are the sprawling harbour and the dramatic hilly terrain. Wherever you go, the sounds and smell of the ocean hang in the air and green hills and valleys wrap you in a bear-hug embrace.


Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island, with a population of around 400,000. It is also, arguably, the most attractive city in New Zealand, with extensive inner city public and private gardens and parks, the shallow Avon river meandering though the city centre and a pedestrian oriented downtown centred on Cathedral Square.


Dunedin’s physical vitality is reflected in the spirit of its people. The population of 120,000 has produced many of New Zealand’s greatest writers, poets, artists and musicians. The city’s strong cultural bias is seen in its modern public art gallery which houses one of New Zealand’s best international art collections, its strong professional theatre, and its museums and libraries that rank among the country’s finest.


Situated on the banks of the Manawatu River nestled at the foot of the impressive Tararua Mountain Range, a growing city of 76,000, Palmerston North is unique. One of New Zealands largest provincial cities, Palmerston North has an attractive historic heart. Many of the original stores (built in the 1920s and 1930s) have been restored and now function as boutiques, cafs and restaurants. For sports enthusiasts, the rugby museum is an essential stop. For exceptional scenery, walk the magnificent Manawatu Gorge.


Hamilton is situated alongside the Waikato River, New Zealand’s longest river. It is a vibrant, progressive, growing city, with a population of approximately 135,000. Hamilton is a short distance from many of New Zealand’s major lifestyle attractions: beaches, lakes, hot pools, mountains and caves.


New Zealand is the youngest country on Earth. It has been a nation of immigrants, accepting people from every country on earth and a great place to live, work and to pursue your dreams.


2nd in the world for Education.
4th in the world for Overall Ranking.
3rd in the world for Ease of doing Business.
2nd in the world for State of Peace.
4th in the world for Quality of Living (Auckland)
Boundless Opportunities with Education as an important key to success.