STOT: Let's Talk Health Sciences
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Let's Talk: Health Sciences

A series of webinar covering 8 Health Science Topics ft. 8 reputable Australian universities on Zoom.

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Why Study in New Zealand?

New Zealand is a wondrous country where you’ll find vast natural beauty and adventure at every turn. It is modern, safe, and prosperous, with boundless opportunity for people of all nationalities.

All 8 of New Zealand’s universities ranked in the Top 100 QS World University Rankings for 2018, with 39 subjects recognised in this list. And best of all, each of the 8 universities is state-funded so they have great resources in order to provide a top level education to you. Your degree will be Quality Assured by the New Zealand Government and will be recognised across the world.

Not only do you have the opportunity to live in New Zealand, you can also work for up to 20 hours per week while you’re a student and depending on your qualification and where you studied, you can work for any employer for between 1 and 3 years, and do almost any work. (Post Study Work rights for International Students)

Hence, New Zealand is not only a beautiful place to live, but also a great place to get world-class quality education too.

New Zealand Living Cost Table

Descriptions Auckland Hamilton Wellington Christchurch Dunedin
Weekly Rental (average – 3 bedrooms apartment) NZ$202 NZ$127 NZ$170 NZ$132 NZ$147
Public transport (weekly) NZ$23 NZ$17 NZ$28 NZ$25 NZ$23
Food (weekly) NZ$65 NZ$64 NZ$64 NZ$63 NZ$65
Power (weekly) NZ$13 NZ$16 NZ$14 NZ$16 NZ$15
Phone (weekly) NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5 NZ$5
Internet (weekly) NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7 NZ$7
Other (daily necessities /  clothes / accessories) NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20 NZ$20

Entry requirements and step-by-step guide to study in New Zealand

Process to Study in New Zealand 1. Speak to our Education Counsellor 2. Submit an application 3. Receive an offer 4. Accept your offer
Process to Study in New Zealand 5. Receive an eCoE 6. Apply for Student Visa 7. Apply for Student Accommodation 8. Book your Flight
Process to Study in New Zealand 9. Book your Airport Pickup 10. Attend a pre-departure briefing 11. Pack your bags and embark on your new adventure

New Zealand Top University Partners

(Few of our featured parners, Click to explore the university’s profile)

  • The University of Auckland
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • University of Otago
  • The University of Waikato
  • Lincoln University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • Massey University
  • Unitec Auckland New Zealand
  • Up Education
  • Southern Institute of Technology, New Zealand

Here are some of AECC’s New Zealand institution partners.
Feel free to explore the full list through the link below.

Education System and Upcoming Intakes in New Zealand

Intakes: January, April*, July, October*
*Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Application Deadline: By Nov (Jan Intake)
By Feb (Apr Intake)
By Apr (Jul Intake)
By Aug (Oct Intake)
Entry Requirement: For O-Levels & SPM Graduates. At least 16.5 years old
Duration: 1 Year Full-time
English Requirement: 1119 English / O-level English minimum of B Grade
Tuition Fees: Average range from NZ $22,500 – NZ $29,500 /year
Scholarships: Up to NZ $10,000 one-off
Post study work visa Not Applicable
Intakes: February, July
Application Deadline: By Nov (Feb Intake)
By Apr (Jul Intake)
Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Duration: 3 to 4 Years Full-time
English Requirement: 1119 English / O-level English minimum of B Grade
Tuition Fees: Average Range from NZ $19,000 – NZ $36,000 /year
Scholarships: Up to NZ $20,000 one-off
Post study work visa Min. 1 year study: 3 years post study work visa
Intakes: February, July, November*
*Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Application Deadline: By Nov (Feb Intake)
By Apr (Jul Intake)
By Aug (Nov Intake)
Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Duration: 1 to 2 Years Full-time
English Requirement: IELTS overall 6.5 (no individual band lower than 6.0)
Tuition Fees: Average range from NZ $26,400 – NZ $47,000 /year
Scholarships: Up to NZ $10,000 one-off
Post study work visa Min. 1 year study: 3 Years post study work visa
Intakes: February, July
Application Deadline: By Nov (Feb Intake)
By Apr (Jul Intake)
Entry Requirement: Min. successful completion of SPM/IGCSE
Duration: 6 months to 2 Years Full-time
English Requirement: IELTS 6.0 (No individual bands less than 5.5)
*Note – 1119 English / O-level English minimum of B Grade may or may not be accepted
Tuition Fees: Average Range from NZ $16,000 – NZ $23,000 /year
Scholarships: N/A
Post study work visa Min. 1 year study (within Auckland) = 1 year post study work visa
Min. 1 year study (Outside Auckland) = 2 year post study work visa

*Please note all fee figures are indicative and are subject to change without prior notice.

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