Highlights for Study in New Zealand

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AECC’s New Zealand Institution partners

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  • Auckland University of Technology
  • University of Otago
  • The University of Waikato
  • Lincoln University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • Unitec Auckland New Zealand(External Link)
  • Up Education Group(External Link)
  • Southern Institute of Technology, New Zealand(External Link)

Here are some of AECC’s New Zealand institutions partners.
feel free to explore the full list at the link below.

About New Zealand

Reasons to study in New Zealand

All 8 of New Zealand’s universities ranked in the Top 100 QS World University Rankings by Subjects (2019) with 41 subjects recognised in this list.

Reasons why ‘NZ’ should be the top of your study destination list:

  • Well-funded, innovative universities
  • Post-Study work visa available
  • Entrepreneurial & friendly people with a zest for life
  • Wild, unique landscapes
  • 1 of the Safest countries

New Zealand Education System

New Zealand boasts numerous modern universities that are world leaders in research and innovation. And best of all, each of the 8 universities are state-funded so they have great resources in order to provide a top level education to you.

Your degree will be Quality Assured by the New Zealand Government and will be recognised across the world – so you can study with confidence.

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New Zealand Cost of Living

In General, A Bachelor’s Degree for the Arts, Social Sciences, Engineering and Sciences in New Zealand can cost between NZ$18,000 and NZ$25,000 per year, rising to NZ$75,000 for Medicine and Dentistry Degrees.


Descriptions Auckland Hamilton Wellington Christchurch Dunedin
Weekly Rental (average – 3 bedrooms apartment) NZ$202 NZ$127 NZ$170 NZ$132 NZ$147
Public transport (weekly) NZ$23 NZ$17 NZ$28 NZ$25 NZ$23
Food (weekly) NZ$65 NZ$64 NZ$64 NZ$63 NZ$65
Power (weekly) NZ$13 NZ$16 NZ$14 NZ$16 NZ$15
Phone (weekly) NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5
Internet (weekly) NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7
Other (daily necessities /  clothes / accessories) NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20

Post-Study Work Visa

If you have acceptable qualifications(s) that you completed in New Zealand, you can apply for a visa to work here. Depending on your qualification and where you studied, you can work for any employer for between 1 and 3 years, and do almost any work.

*Terms & Conditions Apply

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Post Study Work rights for International Students

Step-by-step guide

  1. Register below to get a FREE counselling session with our education counsellor. Get some insights based on your preferences.
  2. Apply To Institutions With Our Help (We Have Great Relationships with New Zealand’s Institutions)
  3. Receive Institution Offer Letter
  4. Accept offer, tuition fees & health insurance payment
  5. Receive Offer of Place
  6. Source for student accommodation
  7. Undergo medical check-up
  8. Lodge student visa application
  9. Pre-departure briefing
  10. Purchase of flight tickets & Go!

Our study abroad counselling services include:

Finding the right university Course Recommendation & Comparison Scholarships Matching University Applications Student Visa Application Student Accommodations
and other study abroad related matters.

Instead of you yourself navigating through the plethora of courses, Let us simplify or shortlist the options for you, it’s FREE of charge.

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