NZ has two intakes:
Semester 1: February–June
Semester 2: July–November
In March, April, and May universities accept vocational students.
|Student visa type||Explanation|
|Fee Paying Student Visa||Study for up to four years full-time and eligibility to work part-time|
|Exchange Student Visa||Study for up to four years full-time in a student exchange program that is approved|
|Foreign Government Supported Student Visa||Study for up to four years full-time on a loan or a scholarship of a foreign government|
|Pathway Student Visa||Study for up to five years in three consecutive courses with a single student visa and eligibility to work part-time|
The costs are different depending on whatever programme you enrol in.
STEPS TO APPLY
Step 1 Before you apply, you need to make sure you have everything you need.
Step 2 You will need to show proof of who you are and that you have a good reputation.
Step 3 Apply for a visa online.
Step 4 The government will let you know that they have received your application for a visa.
Step 5 Get updates from the government about how your visa application is going.
1 – You can get professional advice for free to help you pick the right study and school in New Zealand.
2 – Campus Ready Programme is a Y-Axis programme that helps students find their way during and after their study programme in New Zealand.
3 – Get information and counselling from people who have done this before and can help you through all the steps of applying for a New Zealand student visa.