New Zealand

    About New Zealand

  1. New Zealand is an island country in the South Western Pacific Ocean.
  2. New Zealand (or Aotearoa – land of the long white cloud), truly is one of the most picturesque photogenic places on earth.
  3. A small island nation of just over 4.5 million people.
  4. New Zealand is made up of two major land masses (North Island and South Island) and a smaller islands including Stewart Island located in the southwestern
  5. New Zealand is located approximately 1,500km east of Australia and about 1,000km from the Pacific Islands.
  6. Due to its relative remoteness and being water locked, New Zealand was one of the last countries to be found and settled.
  7. The country is made up of some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes, from vast mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes to sweeping coastlines.
  8. It is a natural playground for thrill seekers and adventurers and those who simply want to visit for the culture and landscapes.
  9. New Zealand, a beautiful and unique country in the South Pacific, where exciting things are happening in Education. New Zealand is becoming the first choice for an increasing number of international students seeking quality education & to explore new ideas in pioneering programmes that will put them at the front in the world job markets of the future.
  10. New Zealand universities, colleges and other New Zealand education institutions offer students a unique learning environment. This is supported by an integrated education system in which students attending New Zealand schools find it easy to make the transition to the next level of education


  1. English is the predominant language in New Zealand, spoken by 98 percent of the population.


  1. New Zealand has a mild and temperate maritime climate with mean annual temperatures 10 °C in the south to 16 °C in the north.
  2. The southern and south-western parts of the South Island have a cooler and cloudier climate, with around 1,400–1,600 hours; the northern and north-eastern parts of the South Island are the sunniest areas of the country and receive about 2,400–2,500 hours.
  3. The general snow season is about early June until early October in the South Island. Snowfall is less common on the North Island, although it does occur.
  4. The climate varies between the North and South Islands and is
  5. The general climate is mild and temperate however areas in the far north experience warm subtropical temperatures while the far south is much cooler.
  6. Alpine conditions ensue in mountainous areas.


    Modern Learning Environment :
  1. Kerala to New Zealand Distance - 11,508 km.
  2. The flight distance require an approximate time period of 12 hour

    Why Study In New Zealand?

    Qualifications Globally Recognised

    Students who have studied are earning a reputation of being called innovative thinkers and are being addressed as “The New World Class”. It has a progressive education system  with state of art facilities. Qualifications are internationally recognized. There are wide range of study opportunities, including state administered primary, secondary schools, universities, polytechnics, colleges of education and private training establishments. The NZQA assures the quality of programme offered by state institutions and a private establishment, which in turn ensures that programmes offered in New Zealand, maintain international recognition.

    Equally strong focus on Academics and Welfare

    Most of the universities have been taking International students for the last 50 - 60 years and hence have gained a multicultural/national perspective offering a balanced curriculum which finds relevance in work places around the world. The same perspective enables it to offer excellent welfare services to students from around the world. The polytechnics in NZ are known for the programs which are “Read to Enter the Job Markets”.

    “BEST OF BOTH WORLD" qualifications.

    The best thing about studying in NZ is that the expenses involved are comparatively less than the other major destinations viz. USA, UK, Canada or Australia. In fact it is almost 50% less than that of USA and UK. Coupled with the lesser costs and International recognition of its qualification, NZ essentially offers "Best of Both Worlds" qualifications. Kiwi Life : Even though the country might be small the people think big. The people popularly known as Kiwi’s are renowned for their hospitality and their love for sports and the outdoors.

    Migration and Job search Opportunity

    Students are given a visa to search for a job after completion of their course and also have a good opportunity to migrate.

    English widely spoken

    As English is the day-to-day language in NZ, Indian students find it very easy to study, live and interact in NZ. Moreover the NZ accent is easy to understand.

    Excellent Climatic Conditions

    New Zealand enjoys temperate climate which is moderated by the sea's surrounding it. This-results in mild summers and cool  winters. This excellent climate encourages all sorts of outdoor sports and activities. One can indulge in sports as varied from Football, cricket to White water rafting and Bungee jumping. In fact it is widely accepted fact that NZ  enjoys one of the most favorable climates in the world. It enjoys the four distinct seasons, viz, Summer (Nov. to March), Autumn (March to June), Winter(June to Sept.) & Spring( Sept. to Nov.) & hence people enjoy high quality living conditions.

    Clean, Green and Safe Country

    New Zealand offers a safe learning environment. It is the first country in the world to declare itself as a nuclear free zone. The environment is green, clean and uncrowded with a small populations and wide open spaces.

    Code of Practice

    A code of practice that ensures protection of international student’s welfare by all education providers came into force in 2002. Only signatories to the code will be allowed to enroll international students. Ensuring that New Zealand education providers act fairly and reasonably when recruiting students, the Code gives prospective students that they can trust the institution in which they choose to enroll.

    Quality Assurance

    To ensure that both the Government and individuals are investing in quality  education, training and assessment,   the Government has  set up nationally recognised processes of quality assurance. There are a number of government appointed bodies responsible for approving qualifications in New Zealand and for the quality that determines  the delivery of qualifications. These bodies are:

    New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)

    responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at polytechnics and priva1te training establishments

    New Zealand Vice-Chancellor's Committee (NZVCC)

    responsible for approving all diplomas, undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by New Zealand universities.



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2 Australasian Institution of Ayurvedic Studies in New Zealand


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