New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of two main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciations. These islands are located to the southeast of Australia. New Zealand was one of the last places in the world that humans discovered, because it is a long way away from most of the world. During its time without humans, New Zealand was a good place for an unusual range of plants and animals to develop. The Capital city of the country is Willington, and the largest city is Auckland. Both of these cities are on the North Island. The largest city on the South Island is Christchurch. The official Language is English has never been officially granted official language status but it is used as a default official language due to its wide usage.
In 2019, New Zealand was ranked as the 8th happiest country in the world
Why Study in New Zealand
British based education system.
Up to 3 years Open Post-study Work Visa.
PR (Permanent Residency) opportunity.
International reputation as a provider of quality education.
Warm and welcoming environment.
15 years of education is acceptable.
Lenient admission requirements
The New Zealand education system, being recognized by the British education, offers high quality and world class education with a perfect balance of theoretical and practical learning. The education providers of New Zealand are categorized under three main categories:
Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs)
BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand is known for its lush, beautiful outdoor scenery. If you are into outdoor sports and hiking, then New Zealand is the place for you. It has a cool, temperate climate which makes it relatively comfortable to study
New Zealand 5 Universities are among the world’s top 500 in the 2019 / 2020 QS ranking. On individual subjects, the 2019 / 2020 QS rankings also placed New Zealand universities amongst the world’s top 50 for teaching accounting and finance, business and management, computer science, civil and structural engineering, Agriculture, Forestry, Veterinary science etc
WORK WHILE STUDYING
Eligible students can work up to 20 hours in any given week during study time and 40 hours during holidays. Students undertaking a course of 12 months or more may work full-time during the holidays.
The spouse of a student is eligible to work full time for the duration of the study course, only if the student is studying a full time course of Level 7 or 8 in areas as specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List. However, partners of students on study course of Level 9 and above can work full time without any such condition.
WORK AFTER GRADUATION
If Studies undertaken outside Auckland, under graduation Level -6 and Level 7. Two year stay back.
If Studies undertaken in Auckland, under graduation Level -6 and 7. One year stay back.
Bachelors Level -7, Postgraduate Diplomas -Level- 8 and Level -9. Three year stay back
Jan / Feb / September / November