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Planning to Study Abroad | Here are the 5 Tips For Students


If you are dreaming to study abroad and trying to get a better career with a good education. It is a little bit tormenting and thrilling in any student's life. Before traveling to study abroad to New Zealand you need to learn a few things about New Zealand: Here are some of them.


New Zealand is the best place to stay there and study:

Now you need a search which is the best college in New Zealand. It offers eight international ranked universities where you can choose from. The University of Auckland, University of Otago, Victoria University of Wellington, the University of Canterbury which provides the best academic degrees.

The preferred study courses in New Zealand are Science, Agriculture, Technology, Business and Management, Engineering, Digital Design, Fashion, and Food and Hospitality.

There is a variety of programs, semester and offerings scholarship for graduates.


After checking the College now need to check the weather details:

In New Zealand, you can see all four seasons in a year. You need to pack your bag with sweaters, jackets, and fully covered clothes as there is a chilled temperature. It is situated in the Highest Mountain regions in the world. In June, July, and August the cold is more compared to other months.


Now you need to check the Cost of Living for students in New Zealand:

It is the most important thing that needs to be checked by the student before traveling to New Zealand. It is southernmost island countries so it is not situated in a convenient place, the flight charges are a little bit high compared to other countries; but you can come across with a lot of experience of adventures with low cost and other activities like hiking through New Zealand nature. They offer Unique study programs and praised by most of the people.

The Foreign Exchange rate between INR and NZD is favourable.

Tuition fees for direct enrolment for one semester is approximate NZD 32000

Tuition fees through the third party provide semester is approximate NZD 35000

Average cost living per student is approximately NZD 15000 per semester excluding Air ticket and program fees


Other Expenses before traveling to New Zealand:

New Zealand Government imposed a rule that each student who travels to New Zealand has to take Medical insurance which costs approximately NZD 400. If you are staying for more than three months you need to apply for a student visa and its application fees costs around NZD 300. You need to spend money on other activities which are offered by the government of New Zealand where you can experience many thrills of adventures as you are interested.


Local Transport in New Zealand:

You need to travel on bus services in local New Zealand which is less expensive and it is within budget. If you are not comfortable traveling in bus services, then you need to opt for cabs and trains which are comparably more expensive.


In New Zealand has three official languages one is English, second one is Maori and New Zealand sign language (NZDL). NZDL is language for deaf people. Majority of study programs offered in English.

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