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Unlike Indian universities, which have a single intake, New Zealand universities and institutions have two major intakes. In some universities, an intake is also known as a semester. In New Zealand, there are two types of intakes:
February to June is the first semester.
July to November is the second semester.
In the months of March, April, and May, admissions to vocational courses may be available.
When making a decision, think about things including the availability of your selected programme, your academic records, admission test scores, acceptance rates, job chances, and your readiness to start the programme.
While most Indian students favour the July admission, certain programmes can benefit from the February intake.
We suggest, if you do not have your score cards ready, it’s better to skip the haste and apply for the next intake. Here’s an overview of the intakes available for different programs in universities and colleges:
|Undergraduate and postgraduate in a
|Vocational courses in institutes/colleges||February
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