Study UG in New Zealand
New Zealand is a great destination for pursuing your bachelors studies if you are looking to make a career in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, architecture, marine sciences and engineering, agricultural sciences, food technology, commerce and property, tourism and hospitality, etc. In addition to offering a great learning experience, New Zealand promises to be the ultimate fun destination if you admire nature at its best.
Why choose to study UG in New Zealand?
World class education
Universities in New Zealand offer high quality education at a par with good universities across the world. Top universities in New Zealand have great research facilities and corresponding output. Focus is not only on academics but also on extracurricular activities through various sports and nature clubs.
Wide range of subject combinations
New Zealand universities offer an impressive range of electives to choose from. Most programs are flexible and allow students to explore various subject combinations.
You get to meet and study from professors and research scholars who are really on top their field, yet friendly and approachable. This ensures great learning and takes the overall academic experience up a notch.
Jobs after course completion
Job market in New Zealand is stable and open to employing international graduates, if they have the right skills. Take help from career center at your college to prepare New Zealand-style CV and application letter. Stay in touch with and seek advice from your professors, research scholars and college alumni. Never leave opportunities for networking and building connections either on or off the campus.
Favourable visa norms
Recent graduates can work for 12 months by obtaining the post study work visa (open) and then may further apply for post study work visa (employer assisted) to extend their stay for another 24 months. If granted the employer assisted visa, one can apply for residence under the skilled migrant category.
Easy going and friendly people
Being an English-speaking country with colonial roots, Indian students find it easy to assimilate the culture of New Zealand. Kiwis are really warm hearted and friendly people so most students find it easy to make local friends and build lasting friendships.