FAQ for study in New Zealand

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New Zealand has more than 400 institutions offering wide range of courses.

 

New zealand offers cheapest accomdation for students.

 

International students are not entitled to publicly funded health/medical care.

Hi!, We are launching the Q&A section soon. Meanwhile check the Frequently asked questions on studying in New Zealand. If you have any questions, don't forget to leave them in the comment section.

 

Q1: Why Should I study in New Zealand?

Education Fees 10% less than Australia. Earn Permanent Residency after Completion of Course. Higher Visa Success Rate. 400+ Institutions offering UG, PG, Masters & Doctorate Course. Avail Paid Internships, Work Permits from 4 Weeks to 1 Year.

Q2: What are the work opportunities after the complication the degree or diploma program?

New Zealand offers students a one year job search visa after completion of either a diploma or a degree program. The points based immigration system is one of the easiest in the world, and a lot many people from India have made New Zealand their home. During the study period also, students can work part-time, which helps them take care of their living costs.

Q3: Can I get admission for MBA in New Zealand without work ex and with 82% in UG ? What is the IELTS requirement?

Hi, most of New Zealand Colleges and Universities require at least 2 years of work experience after Bachelor degree for MBA admission. As you do not have same, you can plan to study Graduate Diploma in Business or International Business course. For more guidance, kindly share your details with us, our expert counsellors will get in touch with you.

Q4: How the NZ education system is structured?

Education in New Zealand can be divided into below four areas:

  • Early childhood education (from birth to five years).
  • years 0/1-8 or primary/intermediate school (ages 5-13 years).
  • years 9-13 or secondary school (ages 13+).
  • Tertiary education (not compulsory - ages 16+).

Q5: Do I need a visa to study in New Zealand? How long can I study in New Zealand? Are New Zealand degrees recognized internationally?

Everyone who comes to study in New Zealand from overseas must meet certain rules and requirements. If you are coming to New Zealand to study for more than three months, you will need a student visa or permit. Providing you pass your course and continue to meet the requirements of your student visa you can continue to extend your visa for as long as you wish. There is no limit on the time you can spend in New Zealand as a student. New Zealand degrees are recognized internationally and will be accepted when applying for post-graduate study in most countries.

Q6. Are there any scholarships available in New Zealand?

The New Zealand Government offers the following scholarships to candidates of selected developing countries:

  • New Zealand Development Scholarships
  • Short Term Training Awards
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • New Zealand Regional Development Scholarships
  • New Zealand International scholarships are funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand.

Q7. What kind of accommodations are available in New Zealand for students?

In many cases, your accommodation will be only minutes from your place of study. Your institution can help you find accommodation before you begin studying. Halls of residence or student hostels. These are usually located on campus or nearby, with single or twin rooms. Bed linen and cleaning are provided. Meals are eaten in a communal dining hall, with special dietary needs catered for. Home stay or private board. This gets you a room in a suburban house, usually with a garden and lawns.

Your host family provides meals. Interacting with your host family and meeting their neighbors and friends is an excellent way to improve your English. Your host family will help you adjust to life in New Zealand. Renting a house or apartment. Renting a house or flat (apartment) on your own or with other people. You choose your own flat mates in single-sex or mixed accommodation, ranging from a two-bedroom apartment to a large house on its own land. Most rental properties are unfurnished, apart from an oven, a laundry, curtains and carpet.

Q8. Which documents are usually required for admission in Postgraduate degrees in New Zealand?

Most New Zealand universities accept the Indian graduation system of three years for entry into most postgraduate courses. An Indian bachelor degree like B.A., B.Com. or B.Sc. is equivalent to a New Zealand Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree. However, some courses and universities may require a qualification equivalent to New Zealand Bachelor (Honors) Degree, which requires 16 years of formal education, which would mean another year after graduation or a four year degree course like B.E., B.Tech or other such courses. For most Universities, a good first degree from a leading university in India or its equivalent is essential.

If the student is not proficient in English, he may be required to take the IELTS (International English Testing System). Every institute has its own minimum scores with respect to this test.

International students are required to take IELTS (International English Language Test), which is regularly administered by the British Council. A minimum score of 6.5 is usually required by most institutes.

If the student does not obtain the minimum score required by the institute, he/she will have to go in for a 3 to 9 month bridging course in English at the institute before the start of the chosen program of study. Some universities may accept TOEFL scores instead of IELTS score.

Q9. What are the top universities in New Zealand?

Here is a List of Top Universities in New Zealand 2011-2012 offering best programs in MBA, Medical, Engineering, Arts & Design, Films & Media and many other Courses and Programs. There are around 15 Universities in New Zealand like Auckland University of Technology, Lincoln University, Massey University, University of Auckland, University of Canterbury which are amongst the best universities in the world. These universities offer some of the best MBA, Engineering & Technology programs.

In this section you will find a list of top universities in New Zealand offering various bachelors and masters degree programs and courses, graduate, postgraduate diplomas and certificate programs. These degrees and diplomas are well recognized by the industry around the world. You can also read and write comments and reviews about these universities.

Some of the best and top universities in New Zealand 2011-2012 are Auckland University of Technology, Lincoln University, Massey University, University of Auckland, University of Canterbury.

Q10. How much will it cost to live in New Zealand?

It's recommended that tertiary students budget for up to NZ$10,000 for living expenses per year. Which can include the food accommodation, using of public transport, telephone charges, entertainment and other miscellaneous costs. The living costs are very versatile, as it will vary based on the lifestyle of the student.

Q11. How much is the tuition fee?

The cost of education, in particular, is very competitive, which means that in New Zealand, you can afford a world-class education with a very competitive price tag. The cost would range anywhere between NZ$ 6,500 to NZ$ 18,000 per year. This would vary from institutions to institutions and course to course.

Q12. Can I work part -time while studying?

Students undertaking a full-time course of study culminating in a recognized diploma or degree, taking at least one academic year to complete & students undertaking a full time course of study culminating in a qualification that would qualify for points under the Skilled Migrant Category may be granted a variation of conditions to their student permit to allow them to work for 20 hours per week and fulltime during term breaks.

Q13. Are international students eligible to receive free health/medical care while studying in New Zealand?

International students are not entitled to publicly funded health/medical care services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. It has now become compulsory under New Zealand law for international students to have travel / health insurance before coming here to study.

Q14. Will the University help me in finding job placement when I’ve graduated?

No. But the University offers regular career fairs where employers can meet with students who will soon graduate. The Student Job Service located on campus also has a current listing of positions available both for student jobs and graduate positions. There is also a Careers Center located in Student Services, which helps students to male informed career decisions about how they might use their qualifications and abilities to achieve their career goals. As a universal requirement if the student performs the course of study well all the expectations of the students will fall in place to achieve the career goal.

Q15. Can I study part-time?

No. All international students have to study full time to meet the requirement of their student permit with the NZ Immigration Services. However, a student on a NZ work permit is allowed to take a paper as part time, as long as they apply for a variation of conditions on their work permit with NZ Immigration Services.
 





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  •    So i need simple advice, but let me brief you about me a bit. Aged 22, A graduate in accounting & finance. 7.5 Bands in IELTS. Standing offer from AIS st. helens for post graduate diploma in Buz & admin Also from AUT for masters in applied finance & from massey for posgradaute studies in Buz & admin (banking & finance). i have no work experience on paper i have done bits & lits of internships & part-time jobs. But i am a enthusiast, Confidant, a numbers guy & i speak well. I intend to build my career in finance & i am thinking to accept the offer from AIS. The simple question is, will i land with a relevant & pay of 20000/- to 25000/- Per annum JOB ?
    PARTH BILAKHIYA, 18-11-2015 Reply
  •    if i am doing a pf diploma in education in new Zealand, what would be my starting salary
    ketki, 22-10-2015 Reply
  •    hello sir, Myself unmesh jyoti nitin. i am a dentist from mumbai graduated in 2014. I have 63% aggregate marks and i have done masters in clinical dentistry from queen mary university in london now i want to choose a course from which i ll be benifited. so if you can guide me on that i will be grateful.
    unmesh jyoti nitin, 14-10-2015 Reply
  •    NTTF is a Educational institutions that offer diploma,post diploma and post graduate courses and provide opprtunity for higher studies in uk and newzealand.
    anusha, 06-10-2015 Reply
  •    Hi.. My name is Mehak. I have just completed my graduation in bachelor of Commerce from panjab university with agg 62% . Now I want to apply for Postgraduate diploma in Newzealand. So I want to know which course will be best so that it will help me further to find job there.
    Mehak Kohli, 03-10-2015 Reply
  •    Hlo my name is immy u can plz give me some advise what will i do in nz after 10
    harshit, 02-10-2015 Reply
  •    And plz tell me about scollership is available or not..and chances of job after complition of phd..
    jogindar vaghela, 24-09-2015 Reply
  •    hy i had done MBA in agriculture field in this year nd i want to do phd on agriculture field then i apply for newzealand ?????...plz te?l me
    jogindar vaghela, 24-09-2015 Reply
  •    Hi..i just want to aask that i had done my matriculation in 2010 may i apply for newzealand now??
    sirbhi, 24-08-2015 Reply
  •    Hi, i am Arunkumar and i just completed my bachelor's degree in civil engineering from India.. Now i want to pursue post graduate diploma in my core related courses..i have completed my degree with 20 backlogs.. is it possible to get admission in new-zealand universities and colleges???? plz reply me as soon as possible.. my GPA is 7.16 according to Indian grades
    Arunkumar, 29-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi, I am shray and I just completed my class 12 in India, New Delhi and now further I wanted to do bcom pass correspondence + icsi in India. So I wanted to ask a question that after completing under graduate correspondance degree course in india . can I do postgraduate courses like LLB or MBA from UK or USA from regular college. Plz tell me as soon as possible My email id- shraybindra13@gmail.com
    shray bindra, 28-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi! Im Narinder Singh from jammu and kashmir, india. I have completed B-Tech in Electronics and Communication this year with overall 66% and have scored 7 bands in recent IELTS exam with 8 only in speaking. I am looking forward to choose IT or Business program in New Zealand. The thing i want to ask is Can i get any scholarship based on my IELTS score or Degree Percentage?? Plz respond as soon as you get this. Thank you!
    Narinder Singh, 21-06-2015 Reply
    hey,please check this link for scholarship in NZ. www.studyinnewzealand.com/scholarships H Sumit Bali, 23-06-2015
  •    Hi, I am planning to do my Pg diploma in India so as to complete the 16 year study requirement. But, I am confused about certain things. Sometimes I think of doing a job for one year and then persuing my Pg diploma in New-Zealand after one year. Can I have a gap of one year, n then apply next year, hope that won't be a problem.
    Komalpreet Saini, 18-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi, My name is Komalpreet Saini. I want to do Masters in New-Zealand. I've just completed my Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. This degree was of 3 years. Hence, in order to met the requirement of 16 years previous study to apply for masters in New-Zealand, I am thinking of doing a Pg Diploma from India. After that, I'll be directly applying for masters in New-Zealand. My query is , " Can I do the Pg diploma on correspondence? Will it be counted as a full years study i.e. the 16th year before masters?" Please give a detailed information that whether I Can go for a correspondence Pg Diploma or I should apply for a full time Pg diploma before applying for masters in New-Zealand.
    Komalpreet Saini, 17-06-2015 Reply
  •    after compliting level 7 diploma in applied management can i get job or not ? in newzealand
    mihir, 09-06-2015 Reply
    Hey Mihir, regarding jobs in NZ. After gaining an NZ qualification, you obviously have brighter chances of seeking jobs. But you need to do enrol yourself with a recruitment agency who can certainly help you with jobs depending on your visa status. Sumit Bali, 23-06-2015
  •    hi i am mihir i complited my B.pharmacy here so which course is better for me for studing in newzealand
    mihir, 09-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi i want to if there any study of 1 year in any college of new zealand after +2 please let me know very soon so that i can apply for my furthur studies thank you...
    kirti sharma, 02-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi, I want to know about level 8 jobs in NZ. I have thought of doing PG certification course in Business Development from UUNZ university, Kindly help me, if i could get job in the same field?
    Kiran Mehra, 01-06-2015 Reply
  •    Hi...I'm pursuing my dual degree program (b.tech + m.tech) in mechanical engineering. It will be completed in a month.I have good academics. I'm thinking of doing m.b.a at New Zealand . Is work experience compulsary? What about the MBM?
    raghavendra moturu, 16-04-2015 Reply
  •    Hi I have completed my B.Com and I am currently pursuing Chartered Accountancy Course (Final Level) I have 3 years of work experience in financial reporting and other financial services field will this experience counted for my work permit in New Zealand? And what course should I take which will help me in getting permanent residency there? As answered in Q1 that after completion of course permanent residency is granted. Thank You
    Aarif Goawala, 15-04-2015 Reply
  •    Hi my friend have done 10th in the year 2010 from CBSE board but he failed in 12th from the same board in 2012 , then he completed it in 2014 from open school, he also got 44 points in PTE but in speaking there are only 29, so can he eligible to study in newzealand?
    Atty Cheema, 27-03-2015 Reply
  •    hi i have scored 5 band in ielts exam is it possible for me to get any college in new zealand
    kunal kapoor, 14-03-2015 Reply
  •    Hi, I have done my Bachelors in Arts and Bachelors in Law from India and Masters in Law from UK University. I have worked in India as well as in UK. I want to know can I apply for MBA in New Zealand. And would I have to give IELTS as I have already done Masters in Law from UK University? And can I get jobs in New Zealand and also PR later on? Please guide me, Thanks
    Gemm, 12-02-2015 Reply
  •    Hello, i have done my Bcom from Pune University in 2008. After graduation i was into family business but now i want to study in New Zealand. So kindly tell me what is worth to do graduate dipolma or postgraduate diploma? Also i have shortlisted few courses like Postgraduate Diploma in Global Business from AUT University and Graduate Diploma in Applied Management from Otago Polytechnic. So please help in deciding the course.
    Sahil, 17-01-2015 Reply
  •    hello, i am vishwajeet, i have done my BCA+MCA integrated 5yrs course. and i have also done a 1yr certification for CLOUD COMPUTING. i wanted to do my PG. but i am confused between PG DIPLOMA or MASTERS IN CLOUD COMPUTING. and i also wanted to know about the jobs in IT sector after my completion of my PG. plz help
    vishwajeet bhagwat, 16-01-2015 Reply
  •    Hello, I'll be completing my Bcom this year and I plan to study MBA abroad but since I don't have work experience what should I do? Graduate diploma courses from New Zealand and then MBA from New Zealand? That won't require work experience?
    Sundar, 28-12-2014 Reply
  •    Hello, I have completed my Bachelors in mechanical engineering.. I have 1.5 years of work experience in mechanical field. I have got an offer from University of Canterbury for masters in engineering studies (mechanical engineering) for July - 2015 intake.. I am in dilemma in deciding on this because i am not aware of the job opportunities after my masters in new zealand.. Pleaseeeee help me out with a right suggestion.. by July-2015 i will have 2years of work experience.. Please help.. Awaiting your valuable reply in this regard.
    Keerthy Chakradhar, 17-12-2014 Reply
  •    Hi..i completed my B.tech IT 2014 passed out..I am having idea of pursuing Masters in computer science..I am in confusion which country to choose like NZ or Australia.Am looking for good job opportunity and expenses does not matters. I got offer from AUT, Massey university from NZ and also La trobe, RMIT from Aus. which country to choose. pls guide me..
    Lakshmi, 11-12-2014 Reply
  •    hello,this is nancy. i have done bds with 64% marks overall and have three years of experience in clinical practice. my ielts band score is 7.5 , i wanna go for graduate or postgraduate diploma of 1year duration with best after course job scope. please suggest me some health related course i can pursue and any good college (preferably in christchurch) but u can suggest other cities too,but first preference will be christchurch only. university fees is too much,so please suggest colleges first. thank you.
    nancy, 10-11-2014 Reply
  •    hello this vikas i am a b.e biotech graduate and a fresher i wish to do a post graduation course in newzealand which will add value to my current course. can you please suggest me the best option also i would like to mention that on my passing certificate it is mentioned that i have completed my engineering with first class that is in my final year board examination but my overall aggregate is 58.5% so will i be able to secure a place in good university for a post graduation?
    vikas nair, 29-09-2014 Reply
    Dear Vikas, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    I have decided to do my bachelor in mechanical engineering in new Zealand. Is it the right choice? Is the degree from new Zealand valid in other countries?
    Hardik chovatia, 25-09-2014 Reply
    Dear Hardik, yes a graduate degree in mechanical engineering would be a right choice for your career. However, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    Hi good afternoon, I had completed my bacheolors in pharmacy and work in pharmaceutical company for 2.6 years in formulation and development department as chemist.now I want to do masters in newzealand. how is the pharma field growth there. Which is the best demanded course in pharma there to take up in masters. should i undergo any exams prior to the application? can anybody reply on this?
    Kalyani Bhoomireddy, 05-09-2014 Reply
    Dear Kalyani, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    Hello, Greetings of the day.!! I have completed my b.tech this year. i want to take a admission in level 8. can I get admission directly without taking ielts? some agents are saying that since 7 tears i'have studied in English medium so i get admission directly? reply as soon as possible. Regards sachi
    zankhana, 03-09-2014 Reply
    Dear Candidate, Please email us your resume to getgoing@morenaservices.com, we will get back to you with the answer to your query. You can also visit www.morenaservices.com or www.facebook.com/morenaservices for more details. Morena, 24-09-2014
    Dear Zankhana, some institutions are giving the exemption for IELTS however I would recommend you to take your IELTS as it would help in getting you PR as well would accelerate your job opportunities. You would also not get direct admission in MBA until its an University and also the job opportunities are comparatively higher for a Graduate or Post-graduation diploma. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    hi, my name is hardeep. i've completed my graduation (B.Sc. comp. Sc.) from GNDU in 2014 from punjab india. now i want to do MBA from new zealand ... is this possible to get addmissio in diffrent stream in new zealand .. i want to say that can i get my visa esaly or i'll have to addmission in same stream like M.Sc. Math or M.Sc. Comp.Sc. ...
    Hardeep singh, 26-08-2014 Reply
    Dear Candidate, Please email us your resume to getgoing@morenaservices.com, we will get back to you with the answer to your query. You can also visit www.morenaservices.com or www.facebook.com/morenaservices for more details. Morena, 24-09-2014
  •    Hello Sir, My name is Soummya. I am from Kolkata, India. After completing my Masters in Biotechnology in 2008, I have a work experience of about 6 years. Presently I am working as a salesperson in a pharma company. I want to pursue an MBA from AIS St. Helens in Auckland. my question is what are the job opportunities in New Zealand after MBA? Is it easy to get PR after MBA? Some consultants are suggesting for PG.Dip also. Which should be the better option for me MBA or PGDip? Pls suggest.
    Soummya Seal, 05-08-2014 Reply
    Dear Soummya, I would advise you to opt for a PG Diploma as the job opportunities are higher compared to MBA. As about the PR, once have stayed in New Zealand for 3-4 years you may apply for the PR. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    Hello sir my name is Lakshay.. I have completed my graduation (BA with advertising & sales mgmt).. Is it possible for me to opt for a pg course in Hotel management..??? I would like to know if the visa officer will pass my application because i have no background of hospitality...
    Lakshay, 15-07-2014 Reply
    Dear Lakshay, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 03-11-2014
  •    Hi,My name is Pankaj Sethi from India, New Delhi, I am a Chartered Accountant having 2 years of Post Qualification Experience in Finance Field. I want to go New Zealand for my further studies for doing Marters in Finance but i donot have enough money to finance my education and banks are not providing education loan because i don't have any security to provide on which they can provide loan on. Can i get any scholarship ? Can i recieve the Scholarship amount before applying to any university and from india only or do i need to take admission and then apply for it ? Do i need to be in New Zealand for applying for Scholarship or can i apply from India ? Please tell from where and how can i get scholarship ? Email ID :- pankajsethi4@gmail.com
    Pankaj Sethi, 07-07-2014 Reply
    Dear Pankaj, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hi, I completed my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in sociology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2006 and 2007 respectively , but due to the political instability my undergraduate and postgraduate exams were held in 2008 & 2010 respectively and results were published in the same mentioned year. That means my postgraduate result was published in 2010.After that, I was busy with my family responsibilities. However, now I am very concern about my career and want to study MBA abroad, particularly in New Zealand. I get overall 6.0 in IELTS. Is any possibility to do MBA in New Zealand and to settle there?
    lubna, 01-07-2014 Reply
    Dear Lubna, career and PR opportunities in New Zealand are really very high in the current scenario however you need to do a Level - 7 or 8 Graduate Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma program before pursuing your Masters. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hi, I have complited my BBA this year. I want to study MBA in Newzealand. I dont have any work experience. Is it possible to get admission in New zealand?
    SHIVALI DHINOJA, 24-06-2014 Reply
    Dear Shivali, yes you may apply to institutions in New Zealand right after your bachelors. However, you need to do a Level - 7 or 8 Graduate Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma program before pursuing your Masters. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    Hi, I have done 10th 12th (above 70 % ) CBSE Board, B.A ( 45% ) Delhi University Correspondence. 2 years PGDM (60%) Distance Learning in Human Resource from IMT-CDL Ghaziabad. I have 3 years of work experience in International BPO industry at Executive level. Now for last six months working as an HR Executive. I Want to know my study & career options abroad preferably in New zealand. Want to settle abroad. Need guidance on financial matter as well . .. Please help.
    Priyanka Sharma, 12-06-2014 Reply
    Dear Priyanka, You may apply for an Graduate Diploma in New Zealand which is an year's course and you also get an extended job search visa. However, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 13-06-2014
  •    hi am from kerala, i completed mba in hr. Is it possible to study Hospitality management or other hotel related programes in NZ?
    manu, 01-06-2014 Reply
    Yes it is possible but in that case you need to do a Level 7 program. However, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 13-06-2014
  •    hi i m from nepal i have completed my bachlor in doctor in pharmacy now i want to go new zealand for master in public health so in which level should i go? also suggest me some universities
    Samikshya Sharma, 27-05-2014 Reply
  •    I want to read environmental science in newzealand, quite tensed about job availability in this sector. Please provide me info. for this.
    Ruhul, 24-05-2014 Reply
  •    I have completed my b tech, now i want to pursue ms in new zealand. so which level i have to take level 7 or level 8 please clear my doubt.
    susheel, 15-05-2014 Reply
    If you have done your bachelors in Computer Science you can directly apply for a Level - 8 which is a Post-graduate diploma in IT. However, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 13-06-2014
  •    Hi Good Evening! I am graduate in hotel nd tourism management &working in a 5 star hotel in food production department .now I want to do graduate diploma in hotel or hospitality management in newzealand. I just want to know that do culinary or chefs comes under hospitality management or hotel management in newzealand .
    GOURAV DHALL, 11-04-2014 Reply
    Dear Gourav, New Zealand has a variety of courses to offer in culinary art and hospitality management. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hello sir.....i m a student of b tech aeronautical......my course is going to complete in may 2015.....i m planning to go uk (or) new zealand for the further studies.......sir can you please give me the details regarding what kind of courses are available for me....i m not interested in doing ms.... u please also give details about tution fee & how can i get the visa......is there necessary for me to write IELTSexam......
    ilyas ahmed, 04-04-2014 Reply
    Dear Ilyas, UK offers you some really good courses in aeronautical engineering but before giving you the details I would like to have your requirements as well details. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
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    meerablog, 21-02-2014 Reply
  •    hi i am pursuing b.tech from UPTU and i am in final year of my b.tech , and i want to do MBA from new-zealand , I want to know some details like how much it will cost for the studies and how will be my career after the education, is there any possibilities for me ??
    ADARSH CHOUBEY, 27-01-2014 Reply
    Dear Adarsh, , yes you may apply to institutions in New Zealand right after your bachelors. However, you need to do a Level - 7 or 8 Graduate Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma program before pursuing your Masters. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hi i have completed b tech (CSE) in last year .i am having 6 bands .now i want to go newzealand for further studies and i can pay the fee upto 6 lakhs per year only. can you please suggest me any course and the cheapest college?????
    rosy, 06-01-2014 Reply
    Dear Rosy, we have New Zealand government universities on our board wherein the fees relatively less compared to the private institutions. However, you need to do a Level - 7 or 8 Graduate Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma program before pursuing your Masters. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    I hv completed myBBE now I have started my MBA from india bt I want to do mba fm NZ what r the best possibilities fr me.
    angad singh taneja, 02-12-2013 Reply
    Dear Angad, , yes you may apply to institutions in New Zealand but then your masters program form India would collapse. However, you need to do a Level - 7 or 8 Graduate Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma program before pursuing your Masters. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hi i have done graduation(B.E CSE) in 2011 and have 2+ years of experience in one of the leading automobile organization. i would like to do my Master of computer science in New Zealand. I want to know some details like how much it will cost for the studies and how will be my career after the education and how much money i have to keep in bank to get visa ??? kindly provide the information if any !!! Thanks in advance
    thiyagu r, 18-09-2013 Reply
    Dear Thiyagu, before pursuing your masters you have to enroll for Level - 8 Post-graduate diploma in IT. However, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    hi i have done PG diploma in international business from NZ in 2012 and was on open job visa till march 2013. now i am in india and again wish to go to NZ for another PG course. Please advise if i could pursue another PG course from nz again or if i could go to australia as well to do any PG course. My age is 36 yrs and have got 7 yrs experience as well thanks rajan
    rajan, 17-08-2013 Reply
    Dear Rajan, you may apply to both New Zealand and Australia for your post-graduation program. However, the PR opportunities in New Zealand are higher than Australia which would be an added advantage. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    Hi, i m doing my bba (bachelor of business administration). I will b a graduate in 2014. After my graduation, m plannin to do Postgraduate diploma in Hotel Management from New Zealand. So, can i get admission in New Zealand for Postgraduate diploma in Hotel Management wit my bachelor's degree in business administration??
    priyanka, 27-06-2013 Reply
    Dear Priyanka, I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    Hi, I have done Graduation ( Bachelor of Arts ) in 2010 and have just only 43% marks and then I worked for 2 years in B.P.O . Now I want to study in New Zealand . Is there any relevant course for me which I can do and on the basis of which I will get job there. Please help me regarding this Concern , I will be very thankful to you for this.
    Pardeep Kumar, 25-06-2013 Reply
    Dear Pardeep, you may pursue a Level - 7 Graduate Diploma which is an year's course and along-with you'll get an year's job-search visa. I would like to have a few information about you so that I can give you the right guidance. Kindly share your contact and you may also contact us on 0124-6464643 or askmeedu@lesedutours.com LEILLP LEEDUTOURS, 14-07-2014
  •    Hi, This is anshu, i have completed my masters of computer applications from JNTUH, i would like to apply for PG Diploma program in New-Zealand, is there any chances or else do i need to apply for masters program MS again, what are the courses can i opt for my profile?
    Anshu, 21-06-2013 Reply
  •    Hi, I have 10 + 2 and dropped my graduation in 2002. after that i have settled in job. I hav enearly 10 years of work experience. now i am 31 years old. Can i eligible for student visa and can i eligible for masters ?
    Venkat, 19-06-2013 Reply
    no, you are not eligible for a masters in New Zealand. Based on your work experience, we could try for a Graduate Diploma level 7 program Study Overseas Global, 20-06-2013
  •    I have a work experience of 2 and half year but i worked while studying. doese my work experience counts if i apply for MBA ?
    Bugs Bee, 15-06-2013 Reply
    usually the work experience is considered if you have worked full time after the completion of your graduation. however, there are freshers MBA also available in certain private institutions in New Zealand. Study Overseas Global, 20-06-2013
  •    can i find a job in NZ easily with study in M.B.A ??
    chirag, 24-05-2013 Reply
    hi chirag, finding a job depends on multiple factors besides just your degree which includes your capabilities as a candidate, your competitors, your networking skills, the university from where you have done your MBA and the specialization that you have selected. For example, finance, banking are fields that are in demand. HR is not that popular. So it is advisable to choose your major carefully. Study Overseas Global, 28-05-2013
  •    I am jetendra,the new user of mycollegesabroad,i have an aggrgate of 84% in b.tech electrical and electronics,what are the different job oppurtunities available after persuing M.s in newzealand,and is there any visa problem
    JETENDRA KUMAR, 06-05-2013 Reply
    If you skim through the job search engines of New Zealand, you will realize that engineers or candidates with a technical background are in demand. Have a look at www.seek.co.nz and you will be able to understand the different opportunities available there. In case you want to have more information, please send us your contact details and we will get in touch with you shortly. Study Overseas Global, 28-05-2013
 
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