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New Zealand

With an excellent education system, internationally accredited qualifications, ample research opportunities and a matchless quality of life, New Zealand has a lot to offer.



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About  New Zealand

New Zealand is a remote, mountainous group of islands in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. The two main islands, North and South Islands, are separated by the Cook Strait. Australia, its nearest neighbor, is 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) away.
Capital: Wellington
Population: 4,545,627 approximately
EconomyTourism is the main industry in New Zealand with over two million visitors a year. The main exports are lamb, butter, kiwifruit, and wine.
Language: English or Maori
Currency: New Zealand Dollar


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Why Study in New Zealand

  • Education system is open and flexible so you’ll get a wide choice of options and the chance to tailor your learning to your personal goals. Moreover, their  education system rewards both academic and practical, skill-based achievements.
  • Every single university in New Zealand is included in the QS World Rankings.  New Zealand’s universities are also internationally diverse, with over 30,000 international students learning across the country in 2018. 
  • New Zealand’s education system comes at a lower cost.  On top of the lower tuition costs, there are also lots of options available for scholarships to help fund your studies.
  • New Zealand has a rich cultural heritage, an appropriate mix of British influenced Western ways and traditional culture of the indigenous Māori people, who have their own language and mythology. In New Zealand today, you’ll often see Māori culture presented in arts, crafts, as well cooking.
  • New Zealanders are known as the coolest, most laid-back and friendly people on the planet. A 2015 survey revealed that a huge 90% of foreigners in the country considered the people to be very friendly, and highlighted this as a major reason for settling in easily. There’s also an extremely low rate of crime in New Zealand. The 2018 global index ranked it as the second-safest country in the whole world.
  • It is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty that extends to all its universities’ campuses too. Studying in New Zealand is nothing short of an extended vacation along with studies.
New Zealand was voted the Best Country to Live In for the fourth year running. Survey respondents list the laid-back culture, small population and friendly atmosphere as their favourite aspects of the number one place to live in the world.
New Zealand is the place to go for a relaxed lifestyle. People don’t expect too much, so the work-life balance emphatically favours life.
New Zealand’s climate is complex and varies from warm subtropical in the far north to cool temperate climates in the far south, with severe alpine conditions in the mountainous areas. … Most areas of New Zealand have between 600 and 1600 mm of rainfall, spread throughout the year with a dry period during the summer. In short,  the climate is oceanic, mild in the north and cool in the south, and also windy and rainy, especially in the southern and western regions.

Some of New Zealander’s favourite Indian dishes happen to be the paneer kathiroll, basmati rice topped with some nice Indian curry, tandoori chicken and many more from the indian cuisine. Kiwis want real Indian food. In a city that already had three or four traditional Indian restaurants.

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