Study in New Zealand

Want to study in New Zealand?

study in nzUniversity starts this week for many young New Zealanders, and a recent NZ Herald article reports that this year, students are most likely to take a degree focused on human society or culture, despite a trend to encourage science and technology.

While candidates say the popular BA (Bachelor of Arts) is highly beneficial to their professional life, the government would like a shift towards solving skill shortages in IT, science, technology, engineering, and maths. Other students opt for a dual-curriculum to get an edge over the competition and more real-world tools to prepare for their dream job: "I realised that an understanding of business concepts was only part of it. While I would understand organisational structures, having a Bachelor of Arts would strengthen my understanding in culture and history issues." says one student from Auckland University of Technology.

Plenty of opportunities

Whichever course you take , opportunities are there for you to seize. The New Zealand Education website has a wealth of information on how our system works, quality and standards, and the ideal path to your future career.

Contact us today to discuss your New Zealand student visa requirements or if you have any questions regarding New Zealand education or living in New Zealand.