Study in New Zealand
Aims Global processes New Zealand student visa applications for onshore and offshore students. We have partnerships with many top-tier education providers and assist students with course choices, admission, career planning and the visa process.
We provide objective and unbiased advice for prospective students & guide them in fulfilling requirements for funds and English language, health, character and all other visa requirements to ensure a successful outcome.
Talk to our specialist licensed immigration advisors who understand your situation through their own personal experience and industry expertise. We provide genuine advice, free professional assessments, fair fees and excellent services.
New Zealand has eight state-funded universities, 16 institutes of technology & polytechnics (ITPs) and about 550 private training establishments (PTEs), which include English language schools.
International Education & Student Visas
The focus of the NZ education system is on teaching students to solve problems, absorb, analyse and apply information, to work with others to create, and to innovate.
Debate, free thinking and flexibility are encouraged, and teachers support students to be confident, connected and actively involved, lifelong learners.
As an authorized representative for NZ’s leading education institutions, in addition to assisting you through the visa process, we can also assist with your admission process.
NZ has a wealth of higher education opportunities, with 8 universities which feature in the top 3% in the world, 16 polytechnics and institutes of technology, approximately 550 private training institutions, 27 English language schools and about 20 industry training organisations.
You can choose to study for either academic or more practically-focused qualifications, aiming to gain everything from entry-level certificates to diplomas, degrees and doctorates. Education institutes are located nationwide, so you can study just about anywhere you like.
New Zealand’s education providers offer an excellent range of courses for those wishing to study higher level courses in their academic field of choice.
If you already have a degree but wish to embark on a career in a different industry, there are many options available for Graduate Diplomas.
If you wish to hone skills you already have in a specific field, you can boost your existing knowledge through a Postgraduate Diploma or Masters.
For those who seek a career in academia or research, there are numerous PhD and Post Doctoral programmes on offer.
PhD students pay the same fees as New Zealand students. Scholarships are available for international PhD students, including the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships. Plus, each institution has specific scholarship opportunities.
New Zealand’s national secondary school qualification, known as the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), is recognised by tertiary institutes throughout New Zealand and around the world.
NCEA has three levels. Students study course modules at these levels in their last three school years. Most students take five subjects each year. High-achieving students at each level are recognised with ‘Merit’ and ‘Excellence’ endorsements.
Cambridge International Examinations are offered at approximately 60 New Zealand secondary schools, and 21 offer one or more of the International Baccalaureate programmes.
Following services are included as part of Admission & Student Visa process:
- Obligation free assessment and guidance
- Pre-application migration plan
- Course selection advice and admission support
- Visa application and documentation preparation assistance
After finishing my studies?
If you have plans to stay in New Zealand and work after finishing your studies, you will need the right visa.
Your visa depends on what you studied, you may be eligible to work for post study work rights and potentially a pathway to residence.
However, there are some requirements and conditions that you must meet. You can talk to one of our advisers to know more about what you can do after studies.
The study to work pathway has two steps: