Master studies in New Zealand
Master studies are offered at universities as well as on some public and private colleges.
Benefits of Master studies in New Zealand
- Master studies at New Zealand’s universities teach students to develop and apply critical and analytical thinking through research projects and earned qualifications are highly respected worldwide
- With student visa, as a student of Taught Master programs you have opportunity to work part-time jobs (up to 20 hours per week) during semester, while during break you are allowed to work full-time. As a student of Research Master program you have opportunity to work full time during whole year.
- With your student visa, your partner can work same amount of time as you
- After completed studies , with Post-Study Work visa you have opportunity to live and work in New Zealand for a certain period of time, and after that you can qualify for permanent residence
Important information and conditions for master studies in New Zealand
The academic year in New Zealand starts in February and July.
Master studies last from 1 up to 2 years.
Tuition fees for master studies in New Zealand depend on study field and institution. Tuition fees range from 26.000NZD up to 37.000NZD.
Enrollment conditions for Master studies at universities in New Zealand are completed Bachelor studies and passed IELTS test (the average score depends on study field).
In general required score is 6.5 on IELTS test.