Studying in New Zealand prepares you for a unique country with excellent study opportunities. New Zealand is a much secured place and appreciates all kinds of communities and cultures. No doubt it makes an interesting destination for international students by means of well esteemed universities. New Zealand’s education system is based on British system offering plentiful opportunities for research and internships where students build practical abilities for their career and academic life.
New Zealand has 3 categories of educational institutions public universities, polytechnics and Private Training Providers. New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) provides accreditations to these private institutions for issuing degrees and diplomas. Course fees in New Zealand institutions are quite affordable as well as living expenditure as New Zealand dollar (currency) exchange rates are lower than US dollars, UK Pounds and Australian dollars.
Apart from the popular courses like IT, engineering and business management New Zealand institutions offer a variety of interesting programs like aviation flight training, air traffic control, dance, design and arts, religious studies, travel and tourism and hospitality courses.
New Zealand offers options for both undergraduate and post graduate programs. A student can choose from a degree or diploma based on their qualification and interest. Both of them are recognized for jobs within New Zealand and immigration purposes.
Past academic record in the same field is required except for admission into management fields which is open to all students. However some institutions require past work experience for management courses. Academic programs are divided into levels and students with strong academic profile can get admission into higher level courses compared to average students. However most students can find programs that fit their profile.
Doctoral programs are also available for some streams.
In its 14 long years of existence Adept has helped numerous students for Kiwi institutions. We have a special wing of officers dedicated to help students for Kiwi admissions, their visa and related logistics issues.