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New Zealand
Study / Work / Settle

NZ Application Day on Tuesday, 2nd May 2017, 12 - 5 pm

Venue: Hotel Taj Banjara,
Road No. 1, Banjara Hills,

For more details
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New Zealand - Destination to Study / Work / SETTLE

  • As of August 2013, there were 76,135 international and 9455 Indian fee paying student enrolments in NZ. It has estimated that there will be a double growth in the NZ international education sector by 2025.
  • New Zealand citizens have visa-free or visa on arrival access to 168 countries and territories, ranking the New Zealand passport 5th in the world
  • NZ passport holders are permitted for an indefinite period of residence and work in Australia
  • According to census 2013, the number of Indians increased by 48 per cent to 155,000 out of 4.24 million resident population.

New Zealand is a beautiful and unique country in the South Pacific where we can find high quality of education. New Zealand is becoming the first choice for an increasing number of international students seeking quality education & to explore new ideas in pioneering programs that will put them at the front in the world job markets of the future.

New Zealand universities, colleges and other New Zealand education institutions offer students a unique learning environment. This is supported by an integrated education system in which students attending New Zealand schools find it easy to make the transition to the next level of education

Why Study in New Zealand?

  • Quality

    New Zealand qualifications are recognised and highly valued by industry and community leaders all over the world.

  • Innovation

    A fresh outlook generates fresh ideas. A youthful nation, New Zealand has forged ahead in developing its own ‘KIWI’ identity and innovative ways of thinking.

  • Lifestyle

    New Zealand has a breathtaking natural environment blended with cities abuzz with excitement and culture. New Zealand’s cities are a cosmopolitan mix of cafes, shopping, movies and nightlife. New Zealand has a vibrant multicultural society, enriched by its own Maori culture and many from around the world.

  • Cost

    New Zealand offers a range of competitive programs for students when considering tuition fees.

  • Earn while you learn

    Students enrolled in a course of 12 months duration or longer can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during semester and full-time during holidays.

  • Employment prospects

    With a skill shortage across various sectors in the New Zealand labour market, fresh graduates are in high demand in New Zealand. Students with skills in demand and who wish to stay in New Zealand long-term may apply for a Skilled Migrant Visa which would allow them to live and work in New Zealand permanently.

  • Safe and Peaceful

    The 2011 Global Peace Index* ranked New Zealand as the world’s second most peaceful nation, (Source: *Institute for Economics & Peace). New Zealand demonstrates political stability and social tolerance.

  • The Great Outdoors

    New Zealand’s pristine landscape provides the backdrop for some extreme outdoor activities. From mountain climbing to the thrill of bungy jumping, skydiving and white-water rafting, New Zealand is the home for lovers of the great outdoors.

  • Support

    New Zealand has a high professional standards, a supportive learning environment, and a focus on student welfare.

  • Accommodation

    Most educational institutions in New Zealand will assist you in finding accommodation while studying in New Zealand.

  • Weather

    The first thing to note about New Zealand’s climate is that the seasons are opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere.

    Season Months
    Spring September - November
    Summer December - February
    Autumn March - May
    Winter June - August

Education System

NZ Education System is having levels & its divided in 10 Levels The levels are as under:

Level Course/Degree in this Level
Level 1,2 & 3 Sr. Secondary Schools/Trades
Level 4 Certificate Courses
Level 5 & 6 Diploma Courses (After 12th Std)
Level 7 Bachelors/Graduate Diploma (After Graduation)
Level 8 Bachelors with honors/PG Diploma
Level 9 Masters
Level 10 Research/PhD

Institutions Admission Overseas processes applications for

  • Otago Polytechnic
  • Whiteria, Auckland
  • University of Auckland
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • Massey University - Albany
  • Manukau Institute of Technology
  • Unitec
  • Wetlac
  • Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
  • University of Waikato
  • (Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)
  • Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
  • Manaukau Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • North Tec
  • Southern Institute of Technology
  • Tai Poutini Polytechnic
  • Wairiki Institute of Technology
  • Waikato Institute of Technology
  • Wellington Institute of Technology (Weltac)
  • Western Institute of Technology (WITT)
  • Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT)
  • Newton College of Business and Technology
  • National Tertiary Education Consortium (NTEC), Auckland
  • Linguis International Institute
  • Edenz College, Auckland
  • Royal Business College
  • AIS St Helens
  • Yoobee School of Design, Auckland
  • D&A Design & Arts College of New Zealand & Elite International Scholl
  • ICNZ
  • International College of Auckland (ICA)
  • International Pacific College (IPC)
  • International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC)
  • Kiwi Institute of Training & Education
  • National Institute of Studies
  • New Zealand College of Business
  • New Zealand Tertiary College (NZTC)
  • Northshore International Academy
  • New Zeland Management Academies (NZMA)
  • Pacific International Hotel Management School (PIHMS)
  • New Zealand Career College
  • UUNZ Intitute of Business
  • University of Otago

8 Easy Steps

Step 1: Counseling Session

Based on your qualifications, work experience, course eligibility, and budget, our counselors will help you take the right decision. If you have not taken the mandatory IELTS test, you need to register for the test, prior to lodging your application.

Step 2: Individual Assessment Meeting

The entire visa procedure will be explained to students in detail. Each individual will be assessed for eligibility for student visa.

Step 3: Application Submission

Successful applications will receive a Letter of Offer from the institution via Admission Overseas. These letters can be either conditional or unconditional.

  • 4 Weeks for UG
  • 4-8 Weeks for PG (Coursework)
  • 6-8 Weeks PG (Research)
  • 1 Week /Schools/Colleges & Foundation Courses

Step 4: Tuition Fee and Insurance

Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an email to confirm receipt of your application. If accepted, you will then be sent an Offer of Place. If you wish to accept the Offer you must sign and date the Acceptance of Offer Form and return it to Admission Overseas as well as pay all fees as stated on the Offer.

As an international student in New Zealand you must have appropriate medical and travel insurance. This must cover your time studying in, and travelling to and from New Zealand.

Step 5: Visa Application

Overseas students need a visa to study full time in New Zealand. Admission Overseas will provide you with the visa application form and a check list of documents that you need to submit. If it is your first semester study, you will be issued a visa based on the fees you have paid.

Step 6: Medical Examination

You will be required to provide a medical and x-ray certificate when you apply for a student visa to come to New Zealand for the first time. A medical and x-ray certificate is usually required every 24 months. However, Immigration New Zealand may request it from you at any point.

Step 7: Travel/Accommodation Arrangements

On receiving your visa approvals, buy your air tickets and be prepared with necessary foreign exchange. Once you provide your flight details to the Admission Overseas counselor, we will assist you with information on various available on-campus and off-campus accommodations.

Step 8: Pre-Departure Briefing

You will attend the Admission Overseas orientation with detailed aspects of life and studies in New Zealand. It is a great opportunity to meet alumni, current students and future classmates. Admission Overseas pre departure briefings are usually held in the months of January and June.

Why Admission Overseas:

The Chairman of Admission Overseas - Mr. Dhyan Chand Barthwal has served as the Commercial Attache in the Diplomatic Mission (Consulate General of India) in Wellington (NZ) and as the Head of Chancery at the Indian Consulate in Edinburgh (UK). In the past, he has held various key posts at Indian diplomatic missions worldwide. With a wide network of contacts and a rich and diverse knowledge of global education opportunities, Mr. Barthwal provides Admission Overseas with wise guidance and a unique operational perspective. The Directors have lived, worked and studied abroad and undergone specialized training at various Universities around the globe. We have expert counsellors who have been trained by industry experts and some have travelled abroad to attend various University training sessions.