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New Zealand in the south western Pacific Ocean consists of the North Island and South Island both marked with distinctive volcanoes and glaciations. The country is a popular tourist destination with landscapes varying from steaming volcanoes and geysers, rolling green hills, icy glaciers, snowy mountain ranges, famous for its distinctive character and adventure sports.

New Zealand itself is a multi-cultural nation, with a fusion of Maori (the indigenous people), Pacific Island, European and Asian people combining to make a vibrant and colourful society.It’s population just over four million people, known affectionately as ‘Kiwis’, are easy going, warm and welcoming.


The climate in New Zealand is temperate with relatively mild, wet winters, with temperature between 10 and 15ºC. Summers are warm and dry where temperatures range from 20 to 30ºC, between December, January and February.The winter months are June, July and August.

It offers a safe learning environment which provides excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. Courses are available for academic, professional and vocational studies at universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, secondary schools and private training establishments.

Guidelines to New Zealand


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New Zealand Education System

New Zealand qualifications are level based on complexity, with Level 1(Certificate) least complicated and Level 10 (Doctorate) most complex under the NZQF (New Zealand Qualifications Framework which is the quality assurance body of New Zealand qualification.

International students study at the institutions and providers registered under NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority). New Zealand with its 8 state funded universities, around 28 Polytechnics and 70+ Private Training Providers has excellent education system which ensures complaiance with qualification standards.


· University of Birmingham
· University of Bristol
· University of Cambridge
· Cardiff University
· Durham University
· University of Edinburgh
· University of Exeter
· University of Glasgow
· Imperial College London
· King's College London
· University of Leeds
· University of Liverpool
· London School of Economics & Political Science
· University of Manchester
· Newcastle University
· University of Nottingham
· University of Oxford
· Queen Mary University of London
· Queen's University Belfast
· University of Sheffield
· University of Southampton
· University College London
· University of Warwick
- University of York

Cost Factor

Diploma,Graduate Certificates & Graduate Diplomas at Colleges NZ$ 12,000 - NZ$ 19,000 per year
Undergraduate –,Colleges & Universities NZ$ 18,000 - NZ$ 28,000,per year
Postgraduate –,Masters at Universities NZ$ 24,000 - NZ$ 32,000,per year

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1. What are the English language requirements for entry is there a waiver?
Most tertiary institutions require students to have cleared the English proficiency test based on their entry and course requirement. NZQA has established a minimum English language standard to study in New Zealand as per the level of study, program and institution.
2. What about the community and lifestyle in New Zealand?
New Zealanders are friendly and welcoming to new comers, a quarter of them were born outside New Zealand, around 10% are of Asian ethinic origin and locals are known as Maori people.The life here is slow paced, people are family orientated and sports loving taking advantage of innumerable recreational and adventure sports opportunities available.
3. Can I work on my Student Visa ?
As an international student you can work part-time up to 20 hourse per week and full time during vacations as per your study permit level requirement criteria of work while studying in New Zealand.
4. Who cannot be granted a student visa?
You may not be granted a student visa if the immigration officer believes you have not made a genuine application or do not meet the conditions of the visa. The Immigration Department of New Zealand NEVER rejects a visa application outright without giving you a chance to explain.
5. Can I work Part Time while studying?
Yes, 20 hours per week when the course is in session and fulltime during vacations.
6. Is there a Post study work option or possibility of applying for PR?
If a student successfully completes their education they are entitled to a “Job search visa” in New Zealand for the period of a year. If a student gets a job in their field of education in New Zealand they are entitled to a 2 years’ work visa. If you have the required skills and job you can even apply for Permanent residence.
7. What are the general entry requirements for Universities?
Academic eligibility is required for admissions in most universities, apart from these students need to have cleared IELTS test for English language. Entry requirements differ from Universities and institutes the counsellors at Trans Globe will be able to guide you according to your profile.
8. When should I start the application process?
It is advisable to start an application process minimum of 6 months in advance

Trans Globe directly deals with NZ High Commission like other High Commissions for student visa application. The students only get a visa to study in a course at an education institution, which is registered and approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. NZ High Commission has introduced the FTS - “Funds Transfer Scheme” which can help increasing the Visa Approval chances. We encourage students and parents to meet the requirements of the “Positive Profile” visa scheme. The student visa will be issued for the length of time your course tuition fees have been paid.

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