Study in New Zealand: why you should consider it?
New Zealand ! Another word to the country ‘kiwi land’. Did you know that Kiwi is a flightless bird, native to this country. The indigenous Maori people of this land called the bird- Kiwi in their language. Today, Kiwi is the national bird of New Zealand and hence its people are fondly called upon as ‘Kiwis’!
New Zealand offers a world class education in a perfect environment
Five New Zealand universities were ranked in the top 400 universities in the world by the 2013-2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings
EXCELLENT EDUCATION SYSTEM
Biggest worry for international students is a thought of getting confused with the attributes of the country where they would be landing . Here we help you understand four biggest reasons why to study in New Zealand
- New Zealand colleges has the lowest tuition fees in the world.
- For such a low cost you get to experience British based education with degrees globally recognized.
- The course programs and certificates are thoroughly assessed by the universities in New Zealand to maintain high quality and standards.
- New Zealand colleges support excellent structure for international students to help them settle and succeed in their studies.
Student life is not always buried heads into books, for a positive living we all need some fun time. That is exactly where New Zealand excels again. Owing to the varied landscapes this country offers, climate of New Zealand varies widely with mainly temperate climate. Infact the best adventure this country offers is for free is to explore the country’s wilderness in its Beaches and mountains and go camping.
The kiwis are pretty friendly people. There is a big chance that you will land up making lifetime friends and social network.
QUALITY OF LIFE
Survey after survey proves New Zealand’s enviable work-life balance. HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer survey ranked us sixth in the world for work-life balance (and first for ‘Quality of Life’). Overall, they voted New Zealand the third most popular place on earth for expats to live and work
The UN ranks New Zealand 13th out of 187 countries on its 2017 Human Development Index.