New Zealand

Official Name: New Zealand – Aotearoa(Maori)

TimezoneUTC +12h

Country Calling Code: +64

Capital City: Wellington (pop. 210,400)

Other Cities: Auckland (1.6 million), Christchurch (385,000), Hamilton (170,000), Dunedin (132,000)


Why New Zealand?

Studying in New Zealand is a journey you will definitely, never forget.

The richness of adventure, culture and heritage can be felt from the moment you reach the country. The Maori culture has been deeply ingrained within the daily life of New Zealanders and you will find historic sites and treasures (taonga) throughout the country to give you a step-by-step view of where the country came from and the cultural diversity in it. Take it one step further and get yourself the Ta Moko 


Learn everything there is to know about intakes in New Zealand.


There are two main intakes offered by New Zealand universities and institutions.

Intakes may also be referred to as a semester in some institutions. The two intakes available in New Zealand are

  • Semester 1: February to June
  • Semester 2: July to November

Admissions for vocational courses may also be available in the months of March, April and May.

  1. Internationally recognized institutions

Universities and institutions are internationally recognized, with some of them having a place in the QS World Ranking. Study in the top-ranked institutions globally.

2. Relative low cost of living

Compared to most of the countries around the world, New Zealand offers a relatively lower cost of living that would not break the bank while at it.

   3. Cultural diversity

With its rich heritage, the country has drawn different people from around the world who over the years have settled and built up the diversity in the country.

  4. Post-study work permit

Pursue your passion after completing your studies and get the opportunity to expand your horizons with international work experience.


Academic Colleges Group

Auckland University of Technology

Auckland grammar school

Avondale College

Campbell Institute

Cornell Institute of Business and Technology

International Travel College

Language international

National Tertiary education consortium

Taylors College

The University of  Auckland

Unitec Institute of Technology.

Yoobee School of Design



The university of Waikato

Waikato institute of technology



Waiariki Institute of technology.


Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand

Massey  University

Victoria University of Wellington

Wellington University of Technology

Whitireia New Zeland



Lincoln University



Christchurch College of English CCEL

Christchurch Polytechnic Insitute of Technology

Design and Arts college

University of Canterbury

University of Cantebury international College



Otago Polytechnic

The University of Otago

University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation year.



Southern Institute of Technology

  •  Transcripts
  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate
  • Curriculum Vitae


Current Rate $1 NZD = Kshs88

The tuition fees and living costs vary depending on the institution of study and the institution’s location. Institutions located in major cities usually are costlier compared to institutions located on the outskirts of the cities. Please note that the amounts below are the average tuition fees and the duration of their study, they might be higher or lower depending on the institution of your choice:

High school: 

The duration for high school is 4 years

The fee is NZ$ 20,000



A Diploma takes a minimum of 2 years

The fee is NZ$ 20,000



A Bachelor’s degree takes a minimum of 4 years

The fee is NZ$ 20,000



A Master’s degree takes a minimum of 2 years.

The fee is NZ$ 20,000


Living cost consists of the basic needs the student would need to complement their stay and studies in the country. This includes accommodation, food, clothing and pocket money. We advise that students have an average of NZ$ 15000.

Kindly note that the prices indicated above are average cost and may vary depending on the institution, the location and other personal preferences.

  1. Original passport
  2. Passport-sized photos
  3. Confirmation of offer letter
  4. Source of income
  5. Academic documents