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Postgraduate Colleges in NEW ZEALAND

*This data is based on Information from Year 2021-2022. Please contact Jamboree counselor for accurate information.

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Auckland University of Technology

Auckland

Total Fees

27901.354 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

- USD

Deadline

1-Dec

Lincoln University

Lincoln

Total Fees

29094.286 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

- USD

Deadline

1-May

Massey University

Palmerston North

Total Fees

31811.52 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

67000-91000 USD

Deadline

30-Nov

University of Auckland

Auckland

Total Fees

30984.42048 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

63000-76000 USD

Deadline

1-Feb

University of Cantebury

Christchurch

Total Fees

41752.62 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

$133,000 USD

Deadline

15-Jun

University of Otago

Dunedin

Total Fees

28469.32218 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

104,000 USD

Deadline

10-Dec

University of Waikato

Hamilton

Total Fees

33001.1383 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

$67,000 USD

Deadline

31-May

Victoria University of Wellington

Wellington

Total Fees

27238.614 USD

Estimated Avg. Salary

84000-144000 USD

Deadline

20-Jan

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New Zealand has 8 major universities and all of them offer good quality MS studies with the latest curriculum. Moreover, good universities have great labs, workshops and libraries which facilitate a superior learning experience.
Many New Zealand universities do not have a GRE score requirement to pursue Masters. However, they do require IELTS score (above 6.5) or TOEFL score (above 80).
Masters in New Zealand is comparatively more affordable than similar programs in other developed countries. Curriculum offered is up to date and most programs allow for pursuing different elective combinations. Course duration generally ranges from 16 to 24 months.
New Zealand has a growing economy and a stable job market. Most New Zealand universities have a career development center which can help students prepare their CV and job applications. Some universities hold career expos where students can build and nurture relationships with prospective employers for internships and jobs. While studying, one can work for 20 hours a week during term and for full-time during holidays.
Recent graduates can work for 12 months by obtaining the post-study work visa (open) and then may further apply for post-study work visa (employer assisted) to extend their stay for another 24 months. If granted the employer-assisted visa, one can apply for residency under the skilled migrant category.

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