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As discussed in New Zealand Education System, it offers a three tier system of education – primary, secondary and tertiary or post secondary which includes universities, private institutes, colleges and polytechnics.

Education Costs

The tuition fees to study abroad in New Zealand varies depending on the course and university you choose. An undergraduate or Bachelors degree likely cost between NZ$ 18,000 to NZ$ 25, 000 per year. The cost of studying a Diploma or Post-Graduate Diploma in New Zealand may cost NZ$ 10,000 to NZ$ 20,000 approximately per year, while cost of studying for a Post Graduate Diploma may be anywhere between NZ$ 15,000 and NZ$ 30,000.

Living Costs

A foreign student approximately spends around NZ$ 7,000 to NZ$ 12,000 a year including accommodation, transport and entertainment, depending upon the student’s lifestyle.  Indian students explore various options in regard to accommodation and food to bring down the living expenses in New Zealand. 

Most higher educational institutions in the country have Halls of Residence. Rooms are available on a single or twin-sharing basis. Facilities such as laundry, lounge room, and dining hall are also available. Halls of residences provide a safe and secure environment and are generally available in the range of NZ$200 a week. Home stay accommodations are also available. In these types of accommodations, students get to live with a family in a residential house. Flats/independent accommodations are also available; these include one-bed room apartments to 4-5 bedroom flats. A prefixed amount has to be paid to the landlord before one can move in. This amount known as bond is the advance rent of 2-4 weeks, and is refundable.


 

 
 
 
 
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