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Kia Ora

(be well in Māori)

New Zealand is perfect for adventure lovers. The stunning natural environment of mountains, lakes and coast offers mind-boggling activities. When throwing themselves off bridges attached to oversized rubber bands New Zealanders invented bungy jumping. Zorbing is the most recent addition to these strange but exciting adventures with a uniquely Kiwi heritage. Where else in the world can you roll down a hill in a giant rubber ball?

Meet StudyNewZealand EU at a place near you.

As New Zealand’s teaching methods involve a supportive learning environment, with small class sizes, all students receive more personal attention than in other parts of the world. All students are considered to be individuals and they are encouraged to learn from others but also to think for themselves.

New Zealand’s scenic beauty is world renowned, but still many find a society which is energetic and modern. An international student in this part of the world will enjoy a sophisticated lifestyle and high quality, affordable accommodation.

The people of New Zealand are famously hospitable with a lively interest in other cultures. New Zealand has an interesting mix of cultures – including Māori, Pakeha (European descent), Asian and Pacific peoples. An increasing number of African and Latin American people now also call New Zealand their home.

Studying in New Zealand will give you the chance to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle in a country of rare natural beauty.

So if you want to indulge in adventure and study a short course, or just spruce up your English and see and experience New Zealand before continuing in your home country;
OR
Study full time a diploma or even a complete degree course in order to find a job or start your own business in New Zealand;


All is possible. Just ask our representatives to inform you (free of charge) or simply fill out the enquiry form.

And remember, all our services are free! We are paid by the institutions we represent, so there is no extra charge for using our services or our advise!

On the representatives page you will  find Information on your local representative and how to contact this person. For information on study, study subjects and schools/universities in New Zealand you will find all pages are in English.

Hear the New Zealand national Anthem and see some stunning footage of New Zealand in this video:

 

StudyNewZealand is an ICEF recognised agency. We also have a Kiwi Specialist in our organisation who can inform you on trips to New Zealand.

For more information, please contact StudyNewZealand EU <- click for e-mail

Nau Mai for your study in New Zealand!
(welcome in Māori)

Latest News

  • Duke Institute of Studies courses on Maori Culture
    Duke Institute of Studies in Takapuna Beach (Auckland), New Zealand, has introduced Maori Culture into their curriculum and they are very excited about this. When the institute did a survey some of the students requested more information around Maori Culture.

    The school now has a wonderful new staff member, her name is Teresa Walker and she is of Maori descent, she will come into school on a part-time basis for an afternoon session with the Duke Institute students on a 2 weekly or monthly basis.

    General English and Academic English courses at Duke; English for IELTS Preparation or IELTS Practice: Full Time NZ$ 370 per week, Part Time NZ$ 290 per week

    read more... 16-05-2017
  • South Seas Film & TV School, Auckland New Zealand
    The South Seas Film & TV School is a leading New Zealand Film, Television, Screen Acting, Animation and Photography training institution with an excellent reputation for delivering professional industry training. Our intensive hands-on practical courses have proven to be the best way of training people to gain the experience and confidence they need to work effectively in the media industry.
    For instance, the Diploma in Film & Television Production: 1 Year Full-Time NZ$ 23,000

    read more... 04-05-2017
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