Studying in New Zealand can be quite costly. Whether it's for undergraduates or post-graduates; anyone who comes to New Zealand for education needs to prove that he/she has enough fund to support his/her study. For Undergraduates the tuition fees are:
Arts and social science: NZ$ 20,000 per year
Science and engineering: NZ$ 25,000 per year
Dentistry and medicine: NZ$ 75,000 per year
Commerce and Administration: NZ$22,300 per year
Communication and Media Studies: NZ$21,000 per year
Law: NZ$24,000 per year.
For the postgraduate programs the tuition fees are:
Arts, humanities, social sciences: NZ$ 22,080- NZ$33,720 per year
Commerce and Administration: NZ$28,680 per year
Education: NZ$22,080- NZ$33,720 per year
Engineering: NZ$33,720 per year
Law: NZ$28,680 per year
Medicine: NZ$37,080 per year
For MBA students, the entire tuition fee is charged at once instead of per year payment. The PhD programs require all the students, be it local or international student, to pay the same institution-specific fees.