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Educational Loan Options for MS in New Zealand

For such a small nation, New Zealand is home to more than 106,000 international students. What’s more surprising is that almost one in every five foreign students on the island is Indian. Barring China, India accounts for the maximum number of overseas students in the country. With so many Indian students preferring NZ as their study abroad destination, we thought to give them a leg-up. Within... Read more


Student Speak 8 - Deepa's story to the University of Auckland, New Zealand for Masters in Architecture

We invite all our customers to a short interview, and a few of them are kind enough to oblige. This is Eight in the series of such interviews. 1. What were you doing before you decided to study abroad? Before deciding, I was in the academic world working as an Assistant Professor. 2. What motivated you to pursue your course abroad? My peer group and my seniors suggested me about... Read more


Top 5 Ranked Universities In New Zealand

Back in 2017, the total number of international students in New Zealand was 125,392. At the university level, overseas enrolments were nearly 30,000. When you combine the Indian and Chinese contributions, they made 50% of the entire international student populace. Top Universities in New Zealand – What You Should Choose For all Indian students contemplating studying in NZ, we peel back... Read more


Path to Permanent Residency in New Zealand

Why New Zealand? New Zealand is predominantly an island country, with warm citizens, moderate climate and international living and education standards. Interestingly, New Zealand’s capital, Auckland has been designated as ‘one of the most affordable cities to live in the world’. From the best culture, living conditions, cuisine, merit education to quality work-life balance, New Zealand ticks... Read more




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