Education in New Zealand follows a three-level model that includes primary schools, secondary schools (higher schools), and third education in universities and / or polytechnics.
Education is compulsory and compulsory between the ages of 6 and 16. Compulsory education is regulated within the New Zealand National Eligibility Framework, the integrated system of national qualifications in schools, vocational education and training.
The academic year in New Zealand varies among institutions, but generally for primary and secondary schools and polytechnics from January and mid December, and by the end of February, the universities run until mid-November.
New Zealand is famous for top MBA, marketing, HR, finance, hospitality courses. New Zealand is also known for being one of the world's top universities such as Oakland University, Canterbury University, Macy University, Lincoln University, Auto, University of Otago, Victoria University and more.
To be eligible to Study in New Zealand as a student your course must meet
Expenditure & Length Of Programs
Polytechnic Courses these range from NZ $15,000 – NZ $18,000 per year depending on the course or degree
University Degrees from NZ $18,000 – NZ $25,000 per year for most under-graduate degrees
Post-graduate Degrees NZ $20,000 – NZ $40,000
Courses in Medicine & Engineering may be more depending on the university & City.
Postgraduate Diploma 1 Year
Graduate Diploma 1 Year
Bachelors -3 Years/4 Years
Diploma- 1 Year/2 Years
MBA 2 Years can be completed in 1 Years
New Zealand schools and universities have 10 level studies.
The lowest level certification and the highest doctoral degree is. Each level is more complex than the one below it.
These are the names of our qualifications and their levels:
Certificates are at Levels 1 to 4
Diplomas are at Levels 5 and 6
Bachelor’s degrees and Graduate Diplomas are at Level 7
Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas, and Bachelor’s degrees with Honors are at level 8
Masters degrees are at Level 9
Doctoral Degrees are at Level 10