Study In

New Zealand is globally acknowledged for its education, ensuring that the courses you pursue here are highly respected by employers and institutions, both nationally and internationally.

Auckland University of Technology

Lincoln University

University of Auckland

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)

Unitec Institute of Technology – Te Pūkenga

Otago Polytechnic – Te Pūkenga

Manukau Institute of Technology – Te Pūkenga

ARA Institute of Canterbury – Te Pūkenga

Eastern Institute of Technology – Te Pūkenga

Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) – Te Pūkenga

Whitireia and Weltec – Te Pūkenga

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) – Te Pūkenga

Wellington Institute of Technology – Te Pūkenga

Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WIIT)

North-Tec – Te Pūkenga

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology – Te Pūkenga

The Universal College of Learning (UCOL)


New Zealand features a varied climate due to its diverse geography. The North Island generally experiences a temperate maritime climate with mild temperatures and ample rainfall. At the same time, the South Island is known for its more variable weather, including colder winters and alpine conditions. The country's climate is characterized by its changeable weather patterns, making it vital for residents and visitors to be prepared for sudden weather shifts.


New Zealand is a multicultural society with a rich blend of indigenous Māori culture and diverse immigrant communities. The people, known as Kiwis, are renowned for their friendliness, hospitality, and outdoor-oriented lifestyle. The country values inclusivity and promotes multiculturalism as a core aspect of its national identity.

Political Condition

New Zealand operates as a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy with a strong political stability and transparency tradition. The government is characterized by a multi-party system, and proportional representation ensures diverse voices in Parliament. The nation's political landscape is known for low corruption levels and a commitment to environmental conservation.


New Zealand's economy is highly developed, with a strong emphasis on agriculture, tourism, and technology. It is known for its agricultural exports, particularly dairy and meat products. The country has a reputation for innovation, with a growing tech sector and an entrepreneurial spirit. Its economy benefits from its natural beauty, attracting tourists from around the world who seek outdoor adventures and experiences in its stunning landscapes.

Study In

New Zealand, known for its top-tier universities, hands-on learning, and post-study work prospects, offers an ideal setting for international students. Campus Overseas is your committed New Zealand study partner, offering personalized assistance with program selection, applications, and visa requirements.

Entry Requirements

To qualify for undergraduate courses in New Zealand, candidates typically have a high school degree or equivalent. PG programs generally demand a relevant bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification. Demonstrating proficiency in English through exams such as IELTS or TOEFL is also required.


New Zealand's international student fees vary by program and institution, with UG fees ranging from NZD $20,000 to $40,000 per year and PG fees from NZD $25,000 to $45,000 per year. Scholarships are limited and based on student profiles.

Living Expenses

For courses lasting up to one academic year, students must demonstrate funds covering their tuition fee, NZ$20,000 for living expenses, and NZ$2,000 for miscellaneous expenses. Additional proof is required to show a payment plan for longer courses to ensure fund availability throughout the program.

Part-time work rights

International students can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during scheduled breaks, offering valuable work experience, financial support, and cultural immersion opportunities.

Stay Back After Course

New Zealand offers stay-back up to three years for international students. The duration of the post-study work visa varies based on the level of qualification and study completed.

Frequently Asked

The institutions that offer programs for international students are universities, polytechnics, institutes of technology - (Te Pūkenga), and private Training Establishments (PTEs).

The main intakes for universities and institutions in New Zealand are typically in February and July, while some may offer additional intakes in November or September.

AIP stands for "Approval in Principle". It is a conditional visa offer given by Immigration New Zealand to prospective international students who have applied for a student visa. Immigration issues an AIP if they believe that the applicant is likely to meet the visa requirements. The AIP indicates that the initial assessment of the student's application is favourable and that they are likely to be granted a student visa once they meet the specified conditions. Once the applicant meets all the conditions specified in the AIP, they need to provide the required documents to Immigration New Zealand for final assessment and approval of their student visa application.

Te Pūkenga is the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, established to oversee and support the vocational and applied education and training sectors in New Zealand. It was formed through the merger of the country's 16 institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs) in order to create a unified and cohesive system for vocational education. It collaborates with employers, industry partners, and other stakeholders to ensure that its programs are aligned with the demands of the job market and contribute to workforce development.