Study Abroad
New Zealand
New Zealand

Studying in New Zealand

New Zealand is a well-developed country with a prosperous economy; it has successfully transformed from agriculture to an industrialized free-market economy with international competitiveness in the past two decades. At the same time, New Zealand has a renowned level of education and abundant school resources.

3 reasons to study in New Zealand

World-renowned academic qualification -- widely recognized with high quality

The British-based education is recognized around the world as being up-to-date and practical. High quality expertise and hands-on practicability are attained to support the demand for international students. Additionally, the University of Auckland ranked top 100 in the 2018 QS World University Rankings.

Natural and comfortable living environment -- stable social system

People in New Zealand are friendly, laid back and easy going. With just over 4 million residents in the country, it is one of the safest places to live in the world. Even though it is such a vast country with limited people, the economy is incredibly stable with a low cost of living compared to other well-developed countries.

Work and Residency – Ease of application and international exposure

The government welcome international students to work and reside in New Zealand upon graduations (conditions apply). The great International study experience in the world-class education system adds value to the résumés not only through quality education, but also through the international work experience.

Education System

iCAN Services

Via iCAN overseas studies, with free consulting services, we provide the most suitable choice accordingly, and customised a plan for the study pathway. Our professional team are graduates of local or overseas universities with years of education related experience.

iCAN provides one-stop service from documentation,  institutions enrollment, interviews preparations, entrance exams, formal admission to accomodation arrangement, iCAN is committed to follow through to make sure students can adapt to well as soon as possible.