About Newzealand

New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. We offer world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and our qualifications are valued and transferable throughout the world. New Zealanders are a famously hospitable people with a lively interest in other cultures. Our education system encourages inventive thinking and teaching techniques that reach far beyond traditional rote learning. Students are treated as individuals – you’re encouraged to learn from others but also to think for yourself. New Zealand was the first country to adopt a code of practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom.


The current population of New Zealand is 47.9 lakhs based on the latest United Nations estimates.

Main Cities

Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Napier – Hastings, Tauranga


New Zealand regions are linked by a network of domestic airlines, buses and trains. It’s easy to explore the country in your breaks from studying.

Culture & Multiculturism

New Zealanders – or ‘Kiwis’ – are famous for their warm hospitality. We're friendly, welcoming, enjoy meeting people from other cultures and love sharing food and conversation. New Zealand's multi-cultural society is a result of migration from many parts of the world, beginning over 1,000 years ago with the arrival of the Maori. The British began to colonise New Zealand from the mid-19th century. New Zealanders today come from many ethnic backgrounds, including European, Pacific Island, Asian and African. Multi-cultural influences are very much part of our fashion, art and music.English, Maori and sign language (for the deaf) are New Zealand’s official languages.

Education System

Early childhood education (ECE)

Early childhood education provide education and care for the childrenbefore they are old enough to go to school.

New Zealand has more than 4000 licenced early childhood education services available, including kindergartens, childcare center , play centers ,home-based care and playgroups.


Like ECE, school education is free in the state system. New Zealand has nearly 2,600 schools, most of which are publicly owned and funded by the government. They are self managing and governed by locally elected board of trustees, yet follow a national curriculum. School education provides a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy and an introduction to a broad and balance curriculum.

Tertiary Education

It is delivered by variety of education providers like Universities, Institutes of Technology and Polytechnic (ITPs), Private Training Establishments (PTEs) and Industry Training Organizations (ITOs). They all offer variety of educational options with flexibility. New Zealand’s tertiary education qualifications and programs are internationally recognized for their quality.