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Why Study in New Zealand?

International Reputation

Other than being among the most beautiful countries in the world, New Zealand is quickly emerging as one as one of the world's preferred destination for international students. The country's education system is popular for its exemplary quality. Other than that, there are thousands of higher learning institutions that offer excellent opportunities for international students making them established graduates by the time they are through with their education. Some technological developments in the world are spearheaded by New Zealand institutions, and this is made possible by the easy access to cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities.

Perfectly Combined Experience

New Zealand offers the international student a fair mix of both worlds. It has some of the most sophisticated and economically advanced cities in the world coupled up with the excitement that is common to a diversified culture. Students who are keen to enhance their employability on the global scale are choosing New Zealand as their destination to expand knowledge and further enhance their skills. Statistics show that averagely, 100,000 students apply and receive admission in New Zealand higher learning institutions. They are attracted by the safety of the country, the low cost plus high quality of life and the low population of slightly above 4 million friendly persons.

Study and work in New Zealand

New Zealand has a student visa policy that allows international students who have completed their curriculums to obtain a 12months work permit. This makes it easy for students to remain productive as they seek for permanent jobs which equal permanent residency. By working immediately you are through with your course, you also get the chance to recover the amount that you spend in your tuition fees. Visa application processes in New Zealand are the most outright you will find for any country admitting international students. For every denied visa application, applicants are presented with a chance to explain their situation. There are also no personal interviews held during visa application.

Sports and Fun

If you are an avid fan of sports, New Zealand is the place to pursue your course at. In this multicultural community, there are fun activities for everyone. The climate is mild, with warm and dry summers and cool, wet winters. You can enjoy skiing in the mountainous terrain during winter or bike riding on summer holidays. There are lots of water sports activities that will provide you a lifetime of memories even as you advance further your education.

New Zealand is becoming one of the world’s most preferred destinations in attracting & fascinating international Students because of its beautiful Culture, Supportive Learning Environment and for being Practical, Modern and Desirable. New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. Which offers world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and the qualification is  valued and transferable throughout the world.

There are around 4,000 Indian students in New Zealand &issued about 3,800 visas in this academic year.The job market in New Zealand is still hot. It is a good place to find work with good salary levels. New Zealand is the only country that provides a one-year job search visa, regardless of the course pursued by a student. Once you get a job, you can apply for two years of work permit, following which you can apply for permanent residency. New Zealand offers a safe and stable democratic political environment. Living and tuition costs compare well with other countries. New Zealand has two official languages - English and Māori.

Auckland is the largest and most culturally diverse city of New Zealand. About one million people live in Auckland. The other major cities are Wellington, which is the capital city, followed by Christchurch and Dunedin.


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