Thinking Of Studying In New Zealand?
Many students might wonder as to what education prospects can a country have, which is known for its mesmerizing landscapes, attracting tourists from all over the world. Surprising but true, New Zealand is gradually emerging to be one of the centres of higher education in the global scenario. The country has been receiving a lot of financial aid, by which it is modelling its education structure with the basic principles from UK. Research and the practical aspect of education are given maximum importance. The overall quality of the education is improving and the Government is investing considerably on this sector, hoping to double the number of international students than what it is today in the next 10 years. With all this, New Zealand can be one of the most attractive and globalized study abroad destinations for you to consider. 
What Are The Top Universities In New Zealand? 
New Zealand is home to 8 well-known universities, all of which feature in the list of the top 500 universities of the world. Apart from these, there are other institutions as well. The faculty in most of the universities in New Zealand comprises some of the best researchers and professionals from each field. Here is a list of the prominent universities and institutes in New Zealand, which you can consider: 
• Auckland University of Technology 
• Tai Poutini Polytechnic 
• Eastern Institute of Technology 
• Southern Institute of Technology 
• International Aviation Academy of New Zealand 
• Massey University 
• University of OTAGO 
• Manukau Institute of Technology 
• Pacific International Hotel Management School 
• Manukau Institute of Technology 
What Are The Popular Courses & Scholarship Opportunities In New Zealand? Study Programs? 
Following are the popular courses, from which you can choose if planning to study in New Zealand: 
New Zealand Study Programs 
• Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine 
• Applied & Pure Sciences 
• Engineering 
• Creative Arts & Design 
• Education & Training 
• Fitness & Personal Care 
• Travel & Hospitality 
• Architecture & Construction 
The Government of New Zealand focuses on welcoming more and more international students and in doing so, facilitates several scholarship programs. While we are here to help you choose and apply for the right program, you must know that applying for at least 8-12 months prior to the major intakes in February and July is mandatory. 
Documents Required For Admission?  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) 
 Resume/CV 
 Draft for application fees, if applicable 
 Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture programme) 
 Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities 
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