New Zealand

  • Capital : Wellington
  • Largest City : AucklandNEW ZEALAND MAP
  • Government :Unitary Parliamentary, Constitutional monarchy
  • Prime Minister : John Key
  • Dialing code : 0064
  • Currency : New Zealand dollar (NZD)
  • Exchange Rate per NZD : Rs. 46/-to Rs. 49/- (Approx)
  • Area : 268,021 km2
  • Type of Country: Common wealth
  • Population : 4.4 Million
  • Official languages : English, Maori
  • Government : Unitary parliamentary, constitutional monarchy
  • Prime Minister : John Key

The New Zealand is one of the beautiful, Fantastic scenery with abundance of greenery and Crime Free Country in the world and promises a great future for the international students. As one can easily get Permanent Residency after completing of Education in New Zealand. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington and its 1,930 km southeast of Australia and consists of two major islands, North Island (116,031 sq km) and South Island (153,540 sq km), which are separated by Cook Strait.The national Bird and Animal is “KIWI” and the National game is “RUGBY”. The Major Cities of New Zealand are Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Napier-Hastings, Tauranga, Dunedin, Palmerston North, Nelson, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Whangarei, Invercargill, Wanganui and Gisborne.

The country is proud to boast of a prosperous indigenous culture, busy cosmopolitan cities, traditional towns and friendly people. And all of this makes New Zealand a place well worth visiting and settling in.

Several small islands comprise New Zealand. North Island, which is more developed, has the main cities, while the vast empty spaces of South Island are best for escaping the crowds.

The Country is supported by the wonderful infrastructure and transportation system moving around in country is efficient and hassle free and two scenic rail journeys. The rail network is inter connected in such a way that it forms an efficient network to move throughout the country.


The Following institutions are represented by us:-

  • Academic college Group (ACG)
  • Abacus
  • AIS St Helen
  • Auckland Gold Star Institute(AGI), Auckland
  • Auckland Wise Institute (AWI), Auckland
  • Bay of plenty Polytechnic (BOP), Tauranga
  • Computer Power Institute (CPI),
  • Concordia institute of Business (CIB)
  • Cornell Institute of Business & Technology
  • Careers & Training ltd
  • CPIT, Christchurch
  • ELLIPSE institute
  • Eastern Institute of Technology
  • Imperial college
  • International College of Auckland
  • International travel & tourism college (ITC)
  • International Travel College of NZ
  • ISBG, Wellington
  • Kite college
  • Linguis international institute
  • Life way College
  • MFH Insititute
  • Manukau Institute of Technology, Auckland
  • Natcoll Design Technology
  • Nelson Marlborough institute of technology
  • New Zealand Career College (NZCC)
  • New Zealand Management Academics (NZMA)
  • Newton college of Business and technology
  • North Shore International Hotel Management School
  • NZ institute of education.
  • NCBT
  • NTEC
  • Otago Polytechnic
  • Pacific international hotel management School
  • Prime International College, Auckland
  • Professional Bar & Restaurant School(PBRS)
  • Queens Academy Group, Auckland
  • Royal Business College, Auckland, Christchurch
  • Southern institute of Technology (SIT)
  • SENZ
  • School of Business and Management
  • Sir George Seymour National College Of Airline ,Travel & Tourism Travel
  • Tasman International Academies
  • UCOL
  • University of Canterbury, Christchurch
  • UUNZ
  • WAIARIKI institute of Technology
  • Wellington Institute of Technology
  • Western Institute of Technology (WITT)
  • Wintec Institute of Technology
  • WLCNZ institute


Student visa –

Fees Paying Student Visa    (Online File) NZD 530 +Vfs Rs. 784
Fees paying Student Visa  (Paper visa Application)           NZD 356+ vfs Rs. 1180


  • Draft for Rs 14,600/- favoring “MINISTRY OF BUSINESS INNOVATION & EMPLOYMENT “ Payable AT PAR, MUMBAI.
  • Draft for Rs. 950/- favouring “TT SERVICES” Payable at Chandigarh.
  • 4 Passport size Photographs with White background.
  • Qualification Documents (Original & Photocopy) from Matriculation onwards, Senior Secondary, Graduation, IELTS Score.
  • PCC and Medical for New Zealand.
  • Passport (Original & Photocopy)
  • Financial Documents / Education Loan.
  • Income Tax Returns for all sponsors (3 Years) & Pan Card
  • Work Experience Letter (Photocopy)
  • Telephone Numbers of Banks, where funds are held.
  • Stamp Papers
  • 25/- for Self
  • 25/- for Parents
  • 20/- for each additional Sponsor


  • Student can work upto 20 hours each week during the academic year provided he/she is enrolled in a full time course of study that meets one of the criteria listed below:
  • The student is undertaking at least 1.5 to 2 years long course at a private/ public training establishment or tertiary institutions.
  • The course leads to a New Zealand qualification that qualifies for points under the Skilled Migrant Category of Immigration New Zealand’s Residence Instructions..
  • The Student can work full time during the Vacations.
  • The work rights for Dependents i.e Spouse of student on Work Visa can work full time in NZ. However, the dependents of students on visitor visa have no work rights

Post study work rights

  • Students who complete either of the following qualifications by studying in New Zealand are eligible for a twelve month open work permit:
  • A qualification at level 7 or above on the New Zealand Qualification Framework and studied that qualification in New Zealand for at least one academic year ; OR
  • A one and half year to two year qualification at level 5 to 6 on the New Zealand Qualification Framework andstudied that qualification in New Zealand for at least one and half year to two academic years


As our CEO Mrs. Anisha Gupta is a LICENSED IMMIGRATION ADVISER from IAA NZ. Her IAA License no. is 200902725. So she is bound by the code of Conduct of IAA Nz. The link for Code of Conduct of IAA are as under :-

Disclaimer : We have provided the details according to the best of our knowledge and prevailing norms of the country, which are subject to changes from time to time.

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