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Masters Degree Programs in New Zealand

Like its near neighbour, Australia, New Zealand is famous for its excellent climate, relaxed culture and incredible landscapes – the latter of which have become immortalised in the stunning locations for the acclaimed Lord of the Rings film franchise. New Zealand is also a very popular study abroad destination: despite the country’s relatively small size, its universities host over 40,000 international students.

As a Masters student in New Zealand you’ll have the opportunity to explore the beautiful landscapes and encounter the rare species that have made the country famous, whilst living and studying in cities that are themselves bustling cultural and economic hubs. You’ll also have access to a full range of modern Masters programmes, delivered in a familiar and internationally recognised format. Whatever you study, you’ll be able to take advantage of the unique opportunities New Zealand has to offer: from studying film in a country famous for its modern blockbuster successes to investigating the vibrant biodiversity of the Oceanic region.

A Masters in New Zealand usually takes two years to complete and the New Zealand academic year typically runs for 12 months from February or March (admission dates at individual universities may vary slightly). International students will require a visa to study a Masters in New Zealand and will usually need to be enrolled on a full-time programme in order to be eligible.

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