Study in New Zealand

We are Education New Zealand Recognized Agency (ENZRA) in Nepal. Education New Zealand is a Government body involving in promoting in New Zealand Education and train for the required stakeholders. Our counselors are certified as ENZ Trained Agent to provide the up to date and reliable information for the students willing to study in New Zealand.

Study in New Zealand

-You get a British-based education (due to their British influences) for a percentage of the cost. Students applying for jobs in the UK with a degree from New Zealand are highly sought after by UK employers.
-Staying in NZ is an amazing opportunity for anyone who looks for adventure. In New Zealand, there are literally thousands of things to do. Do you like to hike? There are plenty of mountains for you to explore. Do you enjoy being a beach bum? Then you get to enjoy the beaches throughout the year. Want some excitement? There are always new things to do. The scenery is different depending on where you go; you could drive an hour and have a completely different geography.
-Teaching standards are high and with small class sizes you will enjoy high levels of personal attention.
-All 8 Universities are among the world’s top 500 in the 2015/16 QS rankings. On individual subjects, the 2015/16 QS rankings also placed New Zealand universities amongst the world’s top 50 for teaching accounting and finance, business and management, computer science, civil and structural engineering, agriculture and forestry, veterinary science and nine other important disciplines.
-Employers around the world respect New Zealand’s education system for its ability to balance academic achievements with skills, producing creative, flexible thinkers who are competent at both practical and theoretical levels. NZ is also part of the Lisbon Recognition Convention which means our certificates, diplomas and degrees have international recognition.
-The education system is regulated with strong quality assurance systems across the board. It creates a consistency that gives you the flexibility to pick the institution you want, in the city or town that interests you most, knowing that you will get a quality education.
-The country has a comparatively low cost of living, abundant fresh food at reasonable prices and a wide variety of student accommodation options
Location: New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2 main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation.
Capital: Wellington
Major Cities/ Counties: Auckland, Wellington, ChristChurch, Hamilton, Dunedin, Palmerston North Main Language: English and Maori
Climate : New Zealand has a largely temperate climate. While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as -10 C in winter, most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures, moderate rainfall, and abundant sunshine.
Economy GDP: 185 billion USD (2016)
Currency: New Zealand Dollar(NZ$)
Government: The politics of New Zealand function within a framework of a unitary parliamentary representative democracy. New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy in which a hereditary monarch—since 6 February 1952, Queen Elizabeth II—is the sovereign and head of state.
Area: 268,021 km2 (103,483 sq mi)
Distance from Nepal: 15.2 hours
Population: 4,773,970 (2017 estimate)
Time Zone: NZST (UTC+12)

Why study in the NEW ZEALAND?


- You get a British-based education (due to their British influences) for a percentage of the cost. Students applying for jobs in the UK with a degree from New Zealand are highly sought after by UK employers.
- Staying in NZ is an amazing opportunity for anyone who looks for adventure. In New Zealand, there are literally thousands of things to do. Do you like to hike? There are plenty of mountains for you to explore. Do you enjoy being a beach bum? Then you get to enjoy the beaches throughout the year. Want some excitement? There are always new things to do. The scenery is different depending on where you go; you could drive an hour and have a completely different geography.
- Teaching standards are high and with small class sizes you will enjoy high levels of personal attention.
- All 8 Universities are among the world’s top 500 in the 2015/16 QS rankings. On individual subjects, the 2015/16 QS rankings also placed New Zealand universities amongst the world’s top 50 for teaching accounting and finance, business and management, computer science, civil and structural engineering, agriculture and forestry, veterinary science and nine other important disciplines.
- Employers around the world respect New Zealand’s education system for its ability to balance academic achievements with skills, producing creative, flexible thinkers who are competent at both practical and theoretical levels. NZ is also part of the Lisbon Recognition Convention which means our certificates, diplomas and degrees have international recognition.
- The education system is regulated with strong quality assurance systems across the board. It creates a consistency that gives you flexibility to pick the institution you want, in the city or town that interests you most, knowing that you will get a quality education.
- The country has a comparatively low cost of living, abundant fresh food at reasonable prices and a wide variety of student accommodation options.
Traditions & Culture: Maori culture is a rich and varied one, and includes traditional and contemporary arts. Traditional arts such as carving, weaving, kapa haka (group performance), whaikorero (oratory) and moko (tattoo) are practiced throughout the country. Practitioners following in the footsteps of their tipuna (ancestors) replicate the techniques used hundreds of years ago, yet also develop exciting new techniques and forms. Today Maori culture also includes art, film, television, poetry, theatre, and hip-hop.
Food: Māori cuisine was historically derived from that of tropical Polynesia, adapted for New Zealand’s colder climate. Key ingredients included kūmara (sweet potato), fern root, taro, birds and fish. Food was cooked in hāngi (earth ovens) and roasted, and in geothermal areas was boiled or steamed using natural hot springs and pools. Various means of preserving birds and other foods were also employed. Māori were one of the few peoples to have no form of alcoholic beverage.
Safety: The 2015 Global Peace Index, which compares 162 countries for the risk of personal violence, rates New Zealand as the world’s fourth safest country just after Iceland, Denmark and Austria.
Welfare: All Education members are signatories to the Code or Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. This is a quality assurance document administered by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Education institutions take this seriously and are committed to providing the best quality care for students. Long before students step off the plane, the education providers are there helping students with learning assistance, affordable accommodation, and ongoing care and support.
Health: Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly-funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website at www.moh.govt.nz
Transport: Most of New Zealand’s cities are relatively small, so it is easy to get around. Day to day commuting in the city is often by bus, biking or walking. There are good bus networks in the main cities (Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin), plus Auckland and Wellington also have commuter rail and ferries.
Rail, bus, ferries
Intercity rail travel in New Zealand is largely limited to services between Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Greymouth. However there are extensive bus services that can take you to just about anywhere you want to go.
Flying
Flying is popular for longer trips, for both personal and business travel.
It’s only an hour to fly between Auckland and Wellington, compared to eight or so hours driving. The Wellington-Christchurch flight is about 50 minutes, compared to a five or six hour driving plus a three hour ferry trip. Of course, if you have time and want to see New Zealand, you may prefer the drive. - Approximate Cost of the Course at ITP’s : NZ $ 16,000 – NZ $ 25,000
- Approximate Cost of the Course at Universities:
- Undergraduate – $18000 – $25000
- Post Graduate – $25,000 – $40000
Approximate Cost of Living: NZ $ 12,000 – NZ $ 15,000 per annum
Basics:
- In order to apply for the student VISA the student needs to have good academics
- Relevant background to the course of choice.
- Justified intention to study in New Zealand
-Proof of funds to support the tuition fees and the living expenses
Dependents information: Dependents can accompany if the applicant is traveling for the post- graduate course or a Level 7 course which is under skill shortage area.
Immigration on Arrival: Your passport will be checked when you arrive at the airport to make sure you’re allowed to come into the country. It must be valid for the whole of your stay.
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Successful Stories


Sujan Gurung – Study in New Zealand | Visa Granted

I really thank you Beacon Team for your genuine guidance and support to make my planning to gain International Education come true. Truly friendly and supportive environment. Your expertise and guidance based on the visa policy requirements is the strongest point we really appreciate ! I recommand everyone to visit Beacon Premier International Education, Siddhartha Chowk Pokhara if you are planning to study abroad !

Pokhara, Nepal

Beacon Premier International Education
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2019-09-16T13:30:47+00:00

Pokhara, Nepal

I really thank you Beacon Team for your genuine guidance and support to make my planning to gain International Education come true. Truly friendly and supportive environment. Your expertise and guidance based on the visa policy requirements is the strongest point we really appreciate ! I recommand everyone to visit Beacon Premier International Education, Siddhartha Chowk Pokhara if you are planning to study abroad !
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Bijaya Baral- Study in New Zealand | Visa Granted

Hello friends ! I was so worried about my future because I was preparing for IELTS but I was not able to get the IELTS exam date. I was so confused where to go and what to do. Finally, I made a mind to go abroad to study in New Zealand under IELTS waiver policy of NZQA. So, Beacon's most reliable guidance made me get visa so I am here in New Zealand today....

Pokhara, Nepal

Beacon Premier International Education
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2019-08-03T05:04:16+00:00

Pokhara, Nepal

Hello friends ! I was so worried about my future because I was preparing for IELTS but I was not able to get the IELTS exam date. I was so confused where to go and what to do. Finally, I made a mind to go abroad to study in New Zealand under IELTS waiver policy of NZQA. So, Beacon's most reliable guidance made me get visa so I am here in New Zealand today....
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