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Study in New Zealand is definitely going to be a unique experience full of opportunities as the qualification here is recognized and globally respected.

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New Zealand institutes

New Zealand has many state-funded universities, the Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITP), which have been merged into the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST), and many private educational institutions (PTEs), including English schools. . New Zealand's education system ranks first in the world. New Zealand universities are all ranked in the top 3 percent of the world by QS World University Rankings 2018 and are ranked in the top 100 universities in the world in 39 out of 46 subjects. The qualifications and degrees obtained at New Zealand universities are all internationally recognized.

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Studying in New Zealand helps students solve problems, process information, work with peers and be creative and innovative. A student at any level can study in New Zealand and get a high quality education that will help them achieve their goals. New Zealand universities and institutions typically have an academic year of 2-3 semesters. They mainly offer two academic admissions: one in January and one in July. However, there are few institutions that offer more admissions to their students in September and November. The study in New Zealand includes universities, polytechnics and Wānanga.

Job opportunities

In 2018, the New Zealand government introduced a three-year post-study open work visa for all international students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, offering one of the most generous post-study employment policies of the world. Students can also work up to 20 hours per week during the semester or 40 hours per week during vacation time while studying. New Zealand institutions offer “ready-to-work” programs and internships, ensuring that students can connect with New Zealand-based multinational companies and local companies.


Diplomas, vocational education, polytechnic education or pursuing a degree, a student has several options to choose from when studying in New Zealand. Indian students often choose nursing, accounting, engineering, computer science, business, information technology, health sciences and business management for their undergraduate courses. While information technology, construction management, sports management and computer science on the other hand are the most popular courses that students choose for their master’s degree.

Mr. Mohammad Ibrahim CEO of IEIC is accredited by PIER, ICEF, BRITISH COUNCIL and NAFSA for our enormous contribution to the education industry. Accomplished solid history of success ratio in obtaining of understudy visas for UK, Australia, Canada, USA, China, New Zealand, Ireland, France, Cyprus, Italy & Germany. As a lawful expert & an enrolled proficient counselor taking part in all the training sessions at various high commissions to stay abreast of the latest visa rules and are accustomed to changes as and when they are implemented.


Muhammad Ibrahim

(CEO & Chairman)

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