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New Zealands education system is based on the prestigious British system. New Zealand offers world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and NZ qualifications are valued and transferable throughout the world.

Why Study in New Zealand?
New Zealand is known as one of the most preferred study destination, chosen by the Indian students. But before planning about study in New Zealand, every student needs to get the information about the environment, culture and the locality of this country to get familiarized with it. So, firstly lets read out the most common information about the New Zealand that you should know before applying for the student visa for New Zealand.

Nature has blessed New Zealand to touch sun rays and start the everyday first. This is one of the most vibrant places in the world where you will enjoy archaic forests, mind-blowing landscapes and stunning coastline all at one place. In this way, every student, who wants to look beyond classroom walls while studying, may enjoy enduring experiences by living and studying in NZ.

Fact Sheet
CountryNew Zealand
CapitalWellington
Total area 2,68,021 sq. km
Area comparative About the size of Japan & UK
Population4.72 Million
Population growth rate2.1%
Net migration rate2.46 migrant(s)/1,000 population
Government typeParliamentary democracy
GDP- Real growth rate0.2%
Employment rate96%
CurrencyNew Zealand dollar (NZD)
Regional Division:
Currently, nation is divided into 16 regions out of which 11 are regulated by regional council and remaining 5 are administrated by territorial authorities that performs function of regional councils too.

Major Cities:
Major cities for study in New Zealand, where top universities and colleges offering the international education to their students are Wellington, Auckland – center of commerce and industry, Christchurch – the Garden city, Dunedin, Hamilton, Otago and Palmerston North

Climate:
Temperature lies between 37 to 42 degrees that sounds perfect for overseas students. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30ºC (70-90°F) and in winter between 10-15ºC (50-60°F).January and February are the warmest months, and July is the coldest month of the year.

Language:
Three official languages, including English, Maori and New Zealand Sign Language are spoken. Maori used by Maori people, sign language (NZSL) is used by deaf community and English is used for official communication that is great thing if you want to get an international degree from New Zealand..

CURRENCY:
NZ currency is NZD (New Zealand Dollar) and one unit is equal to 47.86 Indian rupees. It is marked by symbol of $. The notes available are $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. On holding up to the light, an image of the Queen can be seen on notes.

International Education System:
The top ranked educational institutes of New Zealand generates the breed of multi-talented and knowledgeable professionals, this is the only reason why the education of this country gained the reputation in all over the world. NZ’s eight universities are part of international universities community. Moreover, government of this nation invests big amount of money for education and accommodation of overseas students. A large number of students got their Student visa under the superior guidance of our New Zealand study visa consultant in Chandigarh, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ambala, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Panipat and Sonipat.
Education system & qualifications in New Zealand
In New Zealand, students are taught in an English-speaking environment. You will share classes with New Zealanders and be encouraged to participate in all aspects of learning. New Zealand operates a British-based system thats recognised overseas, so you can move between institutions in New Zealand or other English-speaking countries while you study.
Universities:
There are Eight Universities in New Zealand New Zealand universities are research based and state owned
They offer courses from certificate level through to doctorates
The academic year is from March to November A July start date may be available for some courses Summer semester courses (January to March) may be available
Institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs):
New Zealand Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics are state owned
New Zealand ITPs offer courses that are equivalent in merit to those offered in New Zealand universities
ITPs offer courses from certificate level with some offering full degree and postgraduate level studies
The academic year is from March to November a July start date may be available for some courses
Private Training Providers (PTEs):
There are many throughout New Zealand Some PTEs run courses in a particular discipline, such as business or travel and tourism All are all required to be registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority Most run on a timetable similar to state tertiary institutions
English language providers:
Most tertiary and private English language providers have flexible start dates throughout the year
Many international students enrol in English for Academic Study courses prior to formal academic studies
Special English language courses are available throughout the year, and range from 4 weeks to 12 months
Students who are competent in English often do short-term foundation studies or pre-university orientation studies
Foundation studies:
Many universities and some secondary schools offer foundation studies
These are generally an introduction to the New Zealand education system and courses
They are useful for students considering tertiary education
source: www.newzealandeducated.com
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Institutions List
In New Zealand, students are taught in an English-speaking environment. You will share classes with New Zealanders and be encouraged to participate in all aspects of learning. New Zealand operates a British-based system that�ss recognised overseas, so you can move between institutions in New Zealand or other English-speaking countries while you study.
List of Universities represented by GR
In New Zealand, students are taught in an English-speaking environment. You will share classes with New Zealanders and be encouraged to participate in all aspects of learning. New Zealand operates a British-based system thats recognised overseas, so you can move between institutions in New Zealand or other English-speaking countries while you study.
flyworldindia Reach proudly represents all New Zealand Universities
Following is the list of NZ Universities represented by flyworldindia Reach:
List of ATN Universities
In New Zealand, students are taught in an English-speaking environment. You will share classes with New Zealanders and be encouraged to participate in all aspects of learning. New Zealand operates a British-based system thats recognised overseas, so you can move between institutions in New Zealand or other English-speaking countries while you study.
flyworldindia Reach proudly represnts all Group of Eight Universities in Australia
The Group of Eight (Go8) is a coalition of leading Australian universities, intensive in research and comprehensive in general and professional education. The Go8 exists to:
enhance the contribution of its member universities to the nations social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being and prosperity;
extend the contribution of its member universities to the generation and preservation of the worlds stock of knowledge;
strengthen Australias capacity to engage in and benefit from flyworldindia developments, respond to flyworldindia and local challenges;
expand opportunities for Australian students, regardless of background, to participate in higher education of world class.

Following is the list of Group of Eight Universities represented by Flyworld India:

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