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How to get admission for B. Tech in New Zealand?
Asked by: nijil
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Posted on Sat, 26 Jul 2008 14:35:53 GMT
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I want information about getting admission for B. Tech in New Zealand.
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In New Zealand, B. Tech is a four year program. B. Tech consists of mathematics, physics, information system, and programming. Admission requirements for B. Tech program may vary depending upon university you choose. Here are some general requirements for admission in B. Tech program:

Academic requirement:
You must have completed high school or equivalent level with science subjects to be eligible for admission in undergraduate level in New Zealand.

English language requirement:
You’ll need to take IELTS test and score at least 6.0 with no band less than 5.5. TOEFL is not accepted by some universities in New Zealand.

Other tests:
You may need to take SAT test however it is not required by all universities. For universities which ask for SAT, you should score above 1100.

The process to apply may be different for different university. Generally you must send your documents to admission department of a university. The address to apply is mentioned by universities in their website. After they receive your application, if approved, you’ll be sent a letter of acceptance with which you’ll have to apply for student visa to New Zealand.

For detail requirements and process to apply, I suggest you to visit the website of a university which you select.

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