The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the employment of lawyers will increase with 6% by 2024. A perfect opportunity to choose a course in Law.
Many people associate Law with lawyers and paralegals, but that is not all. A degree in Law will get you work in a wide range of areas. New Zealand is known for their amazing education system and on top of that, the tuition fees are one of the lowest in the world. The degrees there are worldwide recognised – especially by UK employers – additionally they offer support services for international students as well!
New Zealand counts six universities offering Law courses of which one of them has the highest entry standards than any other university in New Zealand. Besides the general requirements such as the English proficiency certificates and the equivalent qualifications of the entrance standards of New Zealand, you also need to meet the requirements specifically set for Law. These requirements are different for each university and the country of your residence, so it is strongly advised to visit the university’s website to check on the entry requirements.
Costs of Studying Law in New Zealand
Depending on which university you wish to study a Law degree at, the costs will vary between NZ$ 7113 and NZ$ 31,510 per year. Besides the tuition fees, international students will have some extra costs as well. These costs will only be paid once – e.g. registration and admission costs.