Why Study in New Zealand?
New Zealand may be best known for its stunning countryside, a population of friendly people who enjoy classy wine and their sheep. However, with study costs, financial aid and post-graduation employment prospects emerging as highly important factors in choosing a destination like New Zealand is gradually drawing itself towards the centre stage of international education. The education model adopted by New Zealand has fundamental principles taken from the UK institutions and hence is research and practical oriented.
The New Zealand Government is investing heavily in its education sector with projections of international enrolments increasing day by day. The broad range of study and research opportunities is also boosting their presence globally.
Universities in New Zealand
New Zealand offers a high quality learning experience through its internationally well-recognised universities. Universities offer highly experienced faculty from industry and other backgrounds especially in the fields of Business, Sciences, Arts and Environmental Studies. The country also has an immense knowledge in sophisticated environmental and sustainable engineering and applied technology, and has made a series of innovations especially in outdoor activities including Commercial Bungee Jumping, The Jetpack and High Speed Amphibious Vehicles.
New Zealand University and colleges are growing in the following areas of study: Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine, Applied Pure Sciences, Architecture, Engineering, Creative Arts & Design, Education Training, Health & Medicine, Fitness ,Personal Care and Travel & Hospitality.
List of Universities
|Auckland University of Technology (AUT)||Eastern Institute of Technology||International Aviation Academy of New Zealand||Manukau Institute of Technology|
|Massey University (MU)||New Zealand Tertiary College||Pacific International Hotel Management School||Southern Institute of Technology|
Admission Process in New Zealand
Major Intakes: February & July
Minor Intakes: April, September & November
Students considering New Zealand are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions. In order to capitalise on the available New Zealand scholarships, We will provide you complete information on the New Zealand scholarship process After registration students will be guided through a number of key stages, maximising their chances of getting admission in the institutions of their choice.
Registration You register with Pathshalla and be assured of obtaining the best quality advice.
Profiling We make an assessment of academic qualifications, work experience, financial status, career goals as well as life interests and aspirations.
Standardised Tests We evaluate the requirement of any standardised tests you may need to take or review results that has been already obtained.
University/Course Selection Together, we shortlist potential countries, universities and courses that match a your profile.
Document Editing We edit essays, Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendation and Resume, which have been written by you.
Application Review and Submission The completed application forms are reviewed before they are submitted to your final choice of universities.
Interview Preparation We assist in preparation (including mock sessions) for the interviews that you may have with the chosen universities.
Visa Counselling We assist in preparation (including mock sessions) for the interviews that you may have with the High Commissions or Embassies, as well as the collation and review of relevant documentation for submission of the visa application.
Pre Departure Information We deliver comprehensive information about the country of choice to ensure that you are completely prepared for life at an overseas university.
Student Visa for New Zealand
Here is a list of documents required for New Zealand:
Attested copies of X, XII & Graduate Degree (if applicable), Mark Sheets including Backlogs (Re-sits)
Evidence of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
Standardised Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the programme)
Two academic references
Two references from employers (where applicable)
Passport sized photographs
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
Draft for application fees, if applicable Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture programme)
Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
Exams for Studying in New Zealand
Students have to pass one or more additional tests before they can be considered by most universities for admission. These range from the standardised graduate and college admission tests such as GRE, GMAT and SAT to English Language tests, such as TOEFL and IELTS.
Pathshalla offers high quality Test Prep programmes .