Welcome to New Zealand, a place that truly embraces new thinking. It’s where ideas are born and grow to have global impact. Here, learning is personal, independent thought is celebrated and innovation is encouraged. When students encounter New Zealand Education, they grow as individuals and develop the skills and qualifications they need to succeed. Most important of all, they learn to ‘Think New’.

Welcome to New Zealand Education Advisors Limited (NZEA)
NZEA, a New Zealand registered company with offices in Auckland and Mumbai, provides advice on studying in New Zealand. We are defined by ethical practice and ensuring our students make the right choice to pursuing education goals. NZEA is with you all the way… guiding you throughout your academic journey.

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WHY NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand has always been an attractive study abroad destination for international students. The country offers a varied range of study opportunities in the world’s top-rated colleges and universities. Studying in New Zealand is unique because of the Affordable fees and cost of living.

Quick Facts of New Zealand
1. Has World-class Education. Eight of our universities are in the top 3% in the world.
2. New Zealanders are welcoming, friendly and respectful of other cultures.
3. Feel Safe. We’re the world’s second most peaceful country (Global Peace Index, 2017).
4. Unbeatable Lifestyle. Improve your work/life balance and experience our stunning nature.

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STUDY OPTIONS

The challenge that faces students after they pass class 10, 12 or T.Y. board exams. What next?
New Zealand’s diverse education system offers a wide range of programmes and institutions to choose from, in any region of the country. Choose your studies and plan your future.
After your 10th Std, choose colleges like Lynfield College, Mount Roskill Grammar, Glendowie College, Northcote College, etc For Tertiary Education, choose any of the eight government-funded universities, all of which, are internationally respected for their academic and research performance. All New Zealand universities offer a broad range of subjects in the arts (humanities and social sciences), business and science. Each university also has its own specialist subjects; such as medicine, engineering, law, veterinary science, agriculture and environmental studies.

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HOW TO APPLY

Student visa requirements

  • An offer of place from an approved education provider
  • Evidence that you have enough money to pay your tuition fees
  • Your passport and acceptable passport-style photo(s)
  • Proof of funds – $15,000 per year, to cover your living expenses
  • A copy of your air ticket home, or proof that you have enough money to buy one
  • An accommodation guarantee, if you’re under 18
  • Your visa application fee
  • You may also be asked to provide a medical certificate and chest x-ray, and a police certificate.

NZ-Safest and Friendliest Place

New Zealand is one of the safest and friendliest places you can choose for your studies. In 2017, we were named the world’s second most peaceful country by the Global Peace Index, and in 2016, the world’s least corrupt country by Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.

5 STEPS to studying in New Zealand

Our five-step guide can help you get started on your New Zealand study adventure.

Select a programme, course and institution in a place that suits you.

See the options for funding your studies.

Find out what you need to prepare your application.

Find out whether you’re eligible for a student visa.

Decide on travel, Insurance and accommodation.

What do you  want to study?

UNIVERSITY COURSE SUMMARY

U = Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree or Certificate)
G = Graduate Diploma (Available to those who have an undergraduate degree
M = Master’s Degree

Same size of Japan and UK

The size of the UK or Japan but with a population of only 4.6 million people, New Zealand gives you room to breathe and the space to be be yourself.

What People Say About Us

Real Stories – School/College

Discover what it would be like to study in New Zealand.

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER?

Meet Ritika, a graduate from India. Studying in New Zealand allowed Ritika to become the independent, strong (literally!), award winning business woman that she is today.

University of Otago

Victoria University of Wellington

Eastern Institute of Technology

NZTC (Early Childhood care)