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Study in New Zealand

new zealand flagGlobally recognized degree and students earn a reputation as innovative thinkers and are addressed as “The New World Class” On completion of course students could be eligible for 6 months work permit. Based on point system eligible students could apply of PR in New Zealand. Its best among the most sought for designation in comparison to cost of study & living viz. a viz. USA, U.K., Canada, Australia or Europe. Institutions and courses accredited by the NZ Qualification Authority (NZQA : It is responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at Universities, polytechnics/Institute of Technologies and private training establishments).

The Ministry of Education operates a Code of Practice that provides a framework for looking after international students. It covers pastoral care, accommodation and provision of information.

Quality

New Zealand qualifications are recognised and highly valued by industry and community leaders all over the world. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is responsible for quality of Education system. It requires that all institutions enrolling international students should be registered and ensures compliance with qualifications standards.

Lifestyle

New Zealand has a breathtaking natural environment blended with cities abuzz with excitement and culture. Cities are a cosmopolitan mix of cafes, shopping, movies and nightlife. New Zealand has a vibrant multicultural society, enriched by its own Maori culture and many from around the world.

Earn while you learn

Students enrolled in a course of 12 months duration or longer can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during semester and full-time during holidays. Working provides an excellent opportunity to get work experience and integrate into the community.

Employment prospects

With a skill shortage across various sectors in the New Zealand labour market, fresh graduates are in high demand in New Zealand. Students with skills in demand and who wish to stay in New Zealand long-term may apply for a Skilled Migrant Visa which would allow them to live and work in New Zealand permanently.

Safe and Peaceful

The 2011 Global Peace Index ranked New Zealand as the world’s second most peaceful nation. New Zealand demonstrates political stability and social tolerance.

The Great Outdoors

New Zealand, with its volcanoes, high snow-covered mountains, spectacular lakes, and white sandy beaches, is a land of unparalleled beauty. New Zealand’s pristine landscape provides the backdrop for some extreme outdoor activities. From mountain climbing to the thrill of bungy jumping, skydiving and white-water rafting, New Zealand is the home for lovers of the great outdoors.

Support

New Zealand has high professional standards, a supportive learning environment, and a focus on student welfare. The Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students sets out the minimum standards for the care and support of international students during their studies in New Zealand.

Accommodation and Living Expenses

Higher educational institutions in the country have Halls of Residence. Rooms are available on a single or twin-sharing basis. Facilities such as laundry, lounge room, and dining hall are also available. Halls of residences provide a safe and secure environment and are generally available in the range of NZ$200 a week. Home stay accommodations are also available. In these types of accommodations, students get to live with a family in a residential house. Flats/independent accommodations are also available; these include one-bed room apartments to 4-5 bedroom flats. A prefixed amount has to be paid to the landlord before one can move in. This amount known as bond is the advance rent of 2-4 weeks, and is refundable. The total cost depends on each student spending habits. However, a student should be able to live in New Zealand for a total cost of living of between NZ$8,000 and NZ$10,000 a year including accommodation, transport and entertainment.