Study in New Zealand

Study in New Zealand

Why Study in New Zealand?

  • Home to 46 of the world’s top 100 Universities
  • World renowned for research, innovation and technological development
  • Practically orientated educational environment
  • Merit based scholarships and financial aid packages
  • Availability of part time work opportunities whilst studying
  • Excellent post graduation work placement opportunities

The C.Ed. Admission Counselling Services include

profiling Profiling

Assessment of your academic qualifications, work experience, financial status, career goals, as well as your life interests and aspirations.

selection Country/University/Course selection

Shortlisting of potential countries, universities and courses that match your profile.

reviw Application Review and Submission

Completion and submission of the application forms to your final choice of universities.

counselling Visa Counselling

Preparation work (including mock sessions) for the interviews you may have with the High Commissions or Embassies as well as the collation and review of relevant documentation for submission of visa application.

tests_icon Standardised Tests

Evaluation of any standardised tests that you may need or a review of results you have already obtained.

comment-icon Document Editing

Editing of your application essays, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation and resume.

Interview Interview Preparation

Preparation work (including mock sessions) for the interviews you may have with your chosen universities.

About Top New Zealand Universities

New Zealand is an ideal destination to study abroad because of the international standard of education, economically vibrant costs, and cosmopolitan culture. At par with the British education system, New Zealand universities strive to offer quality education with state-of-the-art facilities, a safe environment and a fine student’s support system. Some of the most popular New Zealand Universities, that are listed on world rankings as well, are University of Auckland, University of Otago, University of Canterbury, Victoria University of Wellington, Massey University and many more. Amongst the many advantages, part-time work permit for 15 hours a week is also one of the major reasons why students prefer New Zealand. Also, once students complete their degree, the government of New Zealand encourages them to stay back and work, which is very unlikely to happen in other popular destinations.

Test Preparation
C.Ed. provides a range of high quality preparation programmes for some of the most common standardized tests. Through its suite of high tech, state of the art teaching centers and professionally qualified tutors, C.Ed. is able to deliver preparatory programmes to aspiring students nationwide for the following tests:


Most Popular Programs in New Zealand

  • IT

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