Why Study In New Zealand
New Zealand Tourism – that comes to mind when you think about studying in New Zealand isn’t it! Or perhaps you think about New Zealand as 2015’s Cricket World Cup finalists?
Here are our simple reasons to tell you that New Zealand can be your best study destination
Work during Study
Work after Study
Safe To Study In New Zealand
New Zealand is ranked the 3rd Most Peaceful Country, according to the Global Peace Index (after Iceland and Denmark). New Zealand people are approachable, very friendly and you will feel safe in New Zealand. New Zealand is clean, green and safe with some of the best and most scenic places to live around
Cost Of Study In New Zealand
Both – course fees in New Zealand and living expenses in New Zealand are cheaper as compared to many other popular study destinations.In the Mercer ‘Cost of Living Survey’ (2014), New Zealand’s major cities Auckland and Wellington were shown to provide a lower cost of living than cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, New York, Paris, London, Dublin, Moscow, Sydney and Melbourne
15 Years Education Accepted
If you wish to study an MBA in New Zealand or a New Zealand Masters, you can directly apply after your Bachelors. This means you will immediately start your Masters in Zealand in the same year that you finish your degree program in India.
Work In New Zealand During Studies
You can work up to 20 hrs per week (like most other countries) during study period and full-time (generally 40 hrs per week) during vacations (and it’s visibly mentioned on your student visa too). Bingo! You can take care of your living expenses this way (min. wage is NZ $12 per hour)
Work In New Zealand After Studies
After successful course completion, you will automatically get a 12 months ‘Work Permit’ (in most cases, this will be done at your Institution). And do you know what? You can work full-time in any job of your choice. But remember, if you are aiming a NZ Permanent Residency, then you have to find a job relevant to your course (that you have completed in NZ).
Immigration New Zealand
Once you have finished your study in New Zealand, you may be able to work in New Zealand for up to four years, and after that, apply to work or live in NZ longer term. Your chances of getting further work are higher if you have the skills that New Zealand urgently needs. Here’s the skill shortage list check(Give Hastag). All we can say is permanent residency (PR) in New Zealand is way easier as compared to most other countries
English is a daily language in New Zealand – Indian students find it easy to study and work
New Zealand government has appointed:
- New Zealand Quality Assurance that is responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at polytechnics and private training establishments
- New Zealand VCC that is responsible for approving all diplomas, undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by New Zealand universities
These bodies ensure the quality of education and determine the delivery of qualifications. You can rest assured that Institutions in NZ provide superior quality education and an experience of a life time. As a former British colony, NZ’s education system is based on the prestigious British system
New Zealand Visa
No personal interview is required unless there are some really unusual circumstances. Mostly, this is also done over the phone. And if you receive a call from the Consulate, you can always get back to them when the time is more appropriate (or if you were not busy)!