New Zealand Embassy Seoul, South Korea

Studying in New Zealand

The Ministry of Education website contains information about the New Zealand education system, and New Zealand’s Code of Practice for the care of international students.

New Zealand Educated website provides international students with information and resources including links to institutions and courses and scholarships and a guide to living and studying in New Zealand.

New Zealand Aid Programme Scholarships

Through the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government offers scholarships to citizens of some developing countries. See the scholarships section of the New Zealand Aid Programme website for details.

Student visas

Immigration New Zealand has information about how to apply for a student visa.

Education New Zealand

Education New Zealand (ENZ) is the Crown Agency responsible for promoting New Zealand education to the world.

ENZ creates strategies and programmes alongside education providers, government agencies, and governments overseas that increase and broaden our international education activities – from onshore and offshore delivery of our education programmes to the sale of our education knowledge, products and consultancy skills.

ENZ maintains the following websites providing information on studying in New Zealand to students, parents, education agents and overseas educational institutions:

 www.newzealaneducated.com for institution profiles, course and institution search, scholarships and general information

 www.learnmorestressless.com for information and inspiration about New Zealand as a study destination

 www.newzealandpostgraduate.com for information about studying in New Zealand as a postgraduate student, including scholarships

Verification of New Zealand education providers

A list of all New Zealand education institutions and their contact details is available on the New Zealand Education Counts website

Should you require a hardcopy verification, please contact us at the below email with the following information

  • your name, telephone number
  • name of New Zealand institution
  • name of Korean institution and contact details including the official in charge of affairs, you are submitting to

The document verifies only the institution’s registration and will be sent directly to the Korean institution. Authentication of documents is done through Apostille Certification.

Requests will take approximately three to four working days, and you will receive an email notification once the document has been sent to the Korean institution.

Lee Onnuri
Education New Zealand
Lee.Onnuri@educationnz.govt.nz 

Apostille Certification

Before certain New Zealand issued documents can be used overseas, document legalisation or authentication may be necessary. It is required by overseas officials who are not able to determine on sight the authenticity of New Zealand issued documents.

New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs issues Apostille Certifications. For more information, please visit www.dia.govt.nz

 

Of interest

United Nations Handbook 2014-15

United Nations Handbook
2014-15

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Prime Minister's media release | www.beehive.govt.nz

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New Zealand has secured a place on the UN Security Council for 2015-16. Read the Prime Minister's media release

Registering your overseas travel made easier

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Korea Update, Embassy's Quarterly Publication

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The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal

News about how the donations are contributing to the rebuild, ways to donate and more.