The chance to study in New Zealand is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Not only will you experience one of the world’s most beautiful countries with a mild climate and relaxed lifestyle, you will also have the opportunity to learn in world-class institutions with modern facilities.
NEW ZEALAND WELCOMES STUDENTS WITH OPEN ARMS
New Zealanders welcome and value students from all over the globe.
International students contribute to the nation’s sustainable economic
development delivering the skills and talent needed for nationwide growth.
The New Zealand Ministry of Education operates a Code of Practice, designed
to look after international students that includes pastoral care, accommodation
and provision of information. All education providers that host international
students have staff dedicated to ensuring their time in New Zealand is happy
International students studying in New Zealand will only ever be placed in
institutions regulated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Only
NZQA institutions are registered to formally enrol international students ensuring
complete compliance with qualifications standards.
STUDY VISAS CAN OPEN DOORS TO A FUTURE IN NEW ZEALAND
Graduating with a New Zealand qualification and obtaining a post-study work visas can provide a pathway to future employment and even lead to permanent residence in New Zealand.
Studying in New Zealand can also allow opportunities for family and employment
With a global reputation for
excellence, New Zealand produces
some of the world’s top graduates.
Its internationally-respected and
recognised tertiary and university-level
education providers offer world-class
facilities, resources and teaching
staff, along with qualifications that are
transferable throughout the world.
New Zealand is ranked 2nd on 2019
Global Peace Index maintaining its
position and name as one of the best
countries in the world to live in. Lack
of corruption, strong employment
opportunities, high happiness index,
economic freedom and excellent
education offering are just some of
the factors contributing to its ranking.
INCREDIBLE UNSPOILT SCENERY
New Zealand is a truly diverse and
beautiful country. From beaches
and rainforests to mountains, lakes,
bush, glaciers and even volcanoes.
No matter where you are in New
Zealand, you’re only a short drive
away from the coast and spoilt for
choice in terms of outdoor activity.
New Zealand was inhabited by the
native Maori before the arrival of
the Europeans in the 1700s. Today,
New Zealand is a fascinating blend of
cultures who mingle and thrive in a
peaceful yet vibrant society.
New Zealanders are naturally
welcoming, warm and friendly
people. They are renowned for their
hospitable nature which extends
to visitors from around the globe.
Wherever you go you will receive a
friendly smile and a warm welcome.
New Zealand boasts a very moderate
climate without the seasonal
extremes of other parts of the world.
Any time of year is a pleasant time to
explore New Zealand’s wonders.
New Zealand is ranked among the best 3 countries in the world and the best English-speaking country, for preparing students for the future.
The Worldwide Educating for the Future Index, by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 2019.
New Zealand is ranked as the #1 least corrupt country in the world.
Transparency International, Corruptions Perceptions Index 2019.
New Zealand ranks 22nd (out of 127 countries) in global innovation.
The Global Innovation Index 2018.
92% of international university students say they chose to study in New Zealand because of the strong reputation of our universities.
Universities New Zealand: New Zealand Universities: : Key Facts and Stats 2018.
"We know our New Zealand institutions pride themselves on offering international students not only a world-class education, but a warm and welcoming experience too."
ENZ Business Development Manager Andy Walker.
99.7% of school students have access to Ultra-Fast Broadband.
Ministry of Education, 2016.
New Zealand is ranked the world’s second most peaceful country (out of 163 nations).
Global Peace Index 2019.
New Zealand ranks 7th for highest performing graduates (out of 40 countries) – ahead of the US, Canada and England.
OECD’s Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies, PIACC, 2016.
New Zealand ranks 7th for preparing people for the future of work (out of 130 countries).
Global Human Capital Report (2017), The World Economic Forum.
All eight New Zealand universities rank in the top 3% in the world.
Trends in the number of international students.
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University of Auckland talk about
why they love studying and living
in Auckland, New Zealand.
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