New Zealand

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New Zealand is one of the most scenic countries on the planet. It consists of two islands (North Island and South Island) and has a population of just over 4 million. Located in the Australian continent, it has one of the most stunning natural landscapes such as mountains, lakes, coastlines and beaches. It is a true heaven for those seeking peace and tranquility.

New Zealand was the first country in the world that granted its women the right to vote.

New Zealand’s political system sees a change of government every 3 years.

One third of the NZ population lives in Auckland.

New Zealanders are commonly addressed as “Kiwis”, which derives its name from a bird native to the country.

There are more sheep and cows in NZ than the number of humans, and they form a major source of income.

Apart from dairy and livestock, hospitality and tourism are prime economy drivers of NZ.

English is the official language of New Zealand. It is mandatory to be adept at English language and obtain the minimum IELTS score as required by Universities. Most of the courses require minimum IELTS band 6.0, few Universities will accept as low as band 5.5.

A major advantage of studying in New Zealand’s institutes is that you can not only get employment within NZ but also be transferred to another Commonwealth institution across the world such as Australia and UK. Hence make the most of your studies in New Zealand!

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As in every country, there are two major costs that you will incur for your studies in New Zealand. Not only are these the educational fees of your program but also there will be daily living expenses such as meals and accommodation.

The cost of Bachelor’s programs usually range from NZ $25,000 to $30,000 per annum and Master’s range from $35,000 to $45,000 per annum. The entire fees needs to be paid in advance and the application fee is non-refundable. Course once started can be cancelled, but the full fees may not be refunded.

Most undergraduate courses are 4 years in duration and postgraduate courses are 2 years long. With the fees you’ll also have to add your costs of travelling, books, local transportation and any miscellaneous expenses such as medical care. On average the cost ranges from NZ $ 1,200 to 1,500 per year.

One can have butterflies in stomach on going to NZ – but fret not, leave your worries to us. Lucent Foreign Education team of Career Experts will answer all your queries on NZ, and help you gain the requisite steps in the right directions.

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