NEW ZEALAND’s INSTITUTIONS ARE RANKED AS ONE OF THE TOP INSTITUTIONS

One of the best things about New Zealand is that its education system. They are in the top 3% of universities in the world. With research opportunities, amazing quality of life, safe learning environment. New Zealand has a lot to offer. It has a good repute of being a student-centric education system with an impeccable International student support system.
With an individual-focused education system, the institutions in this part of the world provide a personalized learning atmosphere, and the syllabuses being industry-relevant and sustainably designed, these institutions provide an amazing foundation for your career.

Auckland cityscape
  • Read in a welcoming country which is increasingly becoming popular for International Students, and the country is safe for students, woman, and workers. The people are welcoming in New Zealand, so once you reach there enjoy the hospitality.
  • The cost of studying in New Zealand is much cheaper than in the USA, Australia, UK or Canada. Therefore, it is also one of the affordable nations to study abroad.
  • Pursue vocational education, undergraduate and postgraduate studies in New Zealand that too at an affordable rate, while no compromise with the quality of education.
Natural New-zealand

EDUCATION AND RECREATION IN NEW ZEALAND

Being an Island nation, it has beautiful beaches, amazing islands to visit, and the diverse terrain offers amazing places to explore while you are in New Zealand. Explore the majesty of places like Mount Cook, Abel Tasman National park, Franz Josef Glacier and many more beauties of nature.
Feel free to explore the beauty of the country, allocate time in the weekends or in vacation to visit them and rejuvenate yourself. Become a wanderlust, sharpen your skillsets in the institution and quench the thirst of exploration.

SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT NEW ZEALAND

  1. The world’s first viable bungee jump was a 43-meter leap off the Kawarau Bridge in Queenstown in 1988.
  2. With the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is about 4 million only, so it is one of the world’s least populated countries.
  3. It was the first country to let the women suffrage (right to vote) in 1893.
  4. The first person to climb the mount Everest was Sir Edmund Hilary who was a New Zealander.
  5. Auckland the most famous city in New Zealand has the largest number of boats per capita compared to any other city in the world.
  6. The movie Lord of the rings was shot in the New Zealand, also the hobbit caves (eureka Springs) are still there in New Zealand.

New-zealand Map

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