The New Zealand Government has announced the reopening their borders from 31 July 2022! International students can apply for study visas from 31 July 2022!
WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER STUDYING IN NEW ZEALAND
|Cost of Living – NZD 15,000 p.a(1.1KES)||Cost of living – AUD 21041 p.a (1.7KES)|
|2 yrs. post-study visa after you graduate||2 yrs. post-study visa after you graduate|
|Average tuition: 25,000NZD(2M KES)Bachelor’s : 33,000NZD(2.5M KES)Master’s||Average tuition:28,000AUD(2.3M KES)Bachelor’s :35,000AUD(3M KES)Master’s|
|Intakes: July 2022 &January 2023||Intakes: July 2022 & February 2023|
|Study level: Foundation, Bachelors & Masters||Study level: Foundation, Bachelors & Masters|
|Work for 20hrs a week||Work for 20 hrs a week|
- High-ranking Universities – New Zealand universities are ranked among the top 100 in the world by Times Higher Education World University Rankings and among the top 200 in the world by the QS World University Rankings.
- Low tuition and living costs
- Internationally recognized education. Degrees attained enjoy global recognition.
- English-speaking country! – You do not need to learn a new language if you decide to study and live in New Zealand.
- New Zealand is the #2 safest country to live in the world!
- You can work and study – You can work part-time for 20 hours a week during your semester and full-time during school breaks. (averaging 17$/hour-1300KES)
- Post-study work visa- 1- 3 years depending on the level of your qualification
Requirements to study in New Zealand
- Passport &/Or ID
- Academic documents (High-school cert/Bachelor’s & transcripts)
- English test
Apply for the next intake