New Zealand welcomes new migrants – people who will contribute to our country by bringing valuable skills or qualifications, setting up a business, or making a financial investment. We also offer opportunities for family reunification by allowing residents and citizens to sponsor family members for residence.

  • Full name:-New Zealand
  • Population:-4,822,233
  • Capital:Wellington
  • Largest city:Auckland
  • Area:268,021 sq km (103,483sq miles)
  • Major language:English
  • Major religion:Christianity

Why Study In New Zealand?

If you want to experience the best education with affordable fees, you should Study in New Zealand.New Zealand is one of the safest and most beautiful countries in the world. With excellent study opportunities and world-class education, it has become one of the most attractive destinations for international students. Due to its low cost of living and exclusive facilities, large number of international students choose to study in New Zealand every year. The living expenses in New Zealand are cheaper than other study abroad destination. New Zealand Universities have minimal entry requirements for many programs. There is not much competition to get admission in a university whether it is bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or postgraduate diploma courses in New Zealand. Students with passing marks and moderate grades can study there easily. Also, there is no age bar to study in New Zealand. The international students seeking admission in New Zealand Universities can pay the tuition fee after they get student visa approval for New Zealand. Students want to work while studying to meet their living expenses and get experience. Students studying in New Zealand can work while studying. With student visa, students can work 20 hours weekly during the study and full time during scheduled holidays.

Big Cities

Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Hamilton, Tauranga, Lower Hutt, Dunedin, Palmerston North, Napier, Porirua

Climate

New Zealand has a largely temperate climate. While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as – 10°C in winter, most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures, moderate rainfall, and abundant sunshine.

Institutes
  • University of Auckland
  • University of Otago
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • University of Waikato Auckland
  • University of Technology
  • Lincoln  University
  • Massey University
Dependent Visa

Many people already settled in New Zealand wish their close family to join them, and family members, often alone, wish to come to New Zealand to be close to relatives. We have a range of family policies facilitating partners, dependent children, parents, siblings or adult children of New Zealand citizens or residents to come to live in New Zealand.

If you are a New Zealand citizen or resident you may be able to support your partner’s application or sponsor your dependent child, parent, adult child, brother or sister.

Visitor Visa

You may need to apply for a visitor visa if you intend to stay temporarily in New Zealand, but you don’t intend to study or work.

Permanent Resident

If you’ve got the skills we need and want to make New Zealand your long-term destination, our Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) offers you the opportunity to move to New Zealand to work and live permanently.

Business Visa

Why Invest in New Zealand

New Zealand is a great place to live, invest and do business.  A 2009 Report from Legatum Institute, a London-based think tank, ranks New Zealand as the world’s 10th most prosperous country.

But just as importantly, consider this advantage:

Investing in New Zealand gives you and your family access to our country and our enviable lifestyle.

No other country can offer you quite as much as New Zealand does. And here are just some of the many reasons to invest in New Zealand.

A land of opportunity

New Zealand is a land of fresh opportunities. Our economy is efficient and market-driven, with a culture of innovation.

Capital markets along with financial institutions provide diverse offerings for equity investment and bonds.

In business, sectors in which New Zealand excels include information and communications technology, tourism, film and special effects production, biotechnology, agricultural research and wood-based technology.

Business friendly

For business people wanting to start, buy or invest in a business venture, New Zealand is a smart choice. We’re ranked as the easiest place in the world to start a business, according to the 2010 World Bank survey. And we’re second only to Singapore for ease of doing business. There are few restrictions on establishing, owning and operating a business here, and starting a business can take just three days. The process is among the simplest and easiest in the OECD.

Stable, open democracy

New Zealand is a compelling destination for investors who value honesty, transparency and simplicity.

New Zealand offers a stable political environment and a society where honesty genuinely matters and long-term business relationships are valued. Corruption is virtually unknown here, which is why we are ranked the world’s least corrupt nation according to the 2009 Transparency International survey.

Our legal system is based on English law, and is supported by independent regulatory authorities. Our economy, culture and governance systems mean fewer barriers for investors and business and more opportunity for success.

Free market principles

Deregulation over the past two decades has created an open, globally competitive economy which operates on free market principles. The economy is well geared for long term international competitiveness, with other key benefits for business and investors in New Zealand that include:

  • No restrictions on inflow and outflow of capital
  • No capital gains tax
  • Research and development is 100% tax deductible
  • Tax incentives for activities including motion picture and petroleum exploration
  • Raw materials may be imported tariff-free.
Competitive taxation

The corporate tax rate in New Zealand is 30 percent, for all companies, domestic and foreign. An indirect tax of 15 percent applies to all goods and services.

For the benefit of investors who take up residency in New Zealand, credits are unilaterally provided to residents for foreign tax paid on income that is also subject to New Zealand tax. In addition, New Zealand has a network of 35 double tax agreements (DTAs) with our main trading and investment partners which eliminate certain forms of double taxation.

Access to markets

As the first country to start each day, business has a jump start in New Zealand. Our business day covers the afternoon on the USA west coast, much of Asia’s business day, the morning in Europe, and we’re a few hours ahead of Australia. This offers considerable benefits in managing global workflows and transactions.

More formally, New Zealand offers close access to international markets through free trade and economic co-operation agreements with a number of countries including Australia, China, Singapore, Thailand, Chile and Brunei.