Study in New Zealand

New Zealand offers international students a world class education that focuses on innovation and creative thinking, with a lifestyle few other countries can match.

Study in New Zealand

New Zealand offers students from Nigeria a world class education that focuses on innovation and creative thinking, with a lifestyle few other countries can match.

Whether it be a long or short stay, New Zealanders’ fresh approach to life creates the perfect conditions for education. Here, you can take your place on a carefully designed education pathway proven to produce graduates able to compete and succeed anywhere in the world.

With strong quality assurance systems, and qualifications that are highly regarded and recognised around the world, New Zealand can help you get the skills and career you want.

At all levels – from secondary schooling through to short trade courses, to specialised, high-powered, research-based doctoral study – New Zealand’s education system offers a strong emphasis on quality, creativity, innovation and fresh thinking, all within a welcoming and supportive study environment.

New Zealand is safe and friendly, with something for everyone – from majestic mountains and open seas to modern and vibrant cities.

When you study in New Zealand, you’ll learn to Think New.


Types of Institutes and Courses


New Zealand offers world class, high quality education at all levels, across which students can follow a variety of flexible pathways.

Our qualifications at both secondary and tertiary level are both well regarded and recognised around the world.

At secondary school level, you can enjoy focused, personal attention, access to the latest technology and a balance of practical and theoretical teaching.

At tertiary level, we have institutes of technology and polytechnics that focus on high quality vocational and applied qualifications from certificate through to postgraduate level.

Private training establishments offer a wide range of approved and accredited higher education courses and qualifications. These cover specialist fields like English language learning, design, information technology, travel and tourism.

New Zealand’s eight public universities are all of high quality – each one features in the 2018 QS World Top 500 University Rankings.

New Zealand is also a great option for doctoral students – you’ll pay the same fees as New Zealand students. And universities around New Zealand are now offering 180-point taught masters qualifications in a wide range of subjects.

New Zealand has strong quality assurance systems which ensure consistent, high quality education across all levels of the education system, both public and private.

To find the course and institution to suit you, go to



Benjamin Peter, Victoria University of Wellington

Amaka Nnaji, Lincoln University