November 20, 2017

About New Zealand

PEOPLE :

  • Friendly
  • Welcoming towards visitors
  • Relaxed, informal
  • English speaking

CLIMATE :
Temperate – not too hot, not too cold, not too wet, not too dry

  • Moderated by the oceans
  • North Island – winterless sometimes
  • South Island – 4 definite seasons

CITIES :
Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston, North Wellington, Christ Church, Wanganui Ddin, Rotorua are some popular ones.

SCENERY :

  • Almost every type can be found
  • Snow capped mountain ranges
  • Fiords, Glaciers, Lakes
  • Wild rivers, Native forests,
  • Sandy beaches, broad plains
  • Active Volcanoes

SPORTS & RECREATIONS :
Bungee Jumping, Jet Boating, White Water Rafting, Heli Skiing Snow Boarding, Trail Bike Riding. Rugby Cricket, Yachting, Gardening, Rock/Mountain Climbing, Golf etc.

POPULATION :

  • 79.6% are from European Ethnic groups
  • 14.5% are Maori
  • 5% pacific Island Polynesian
  • 2.2% Chinese
  • 1.2% Indian
  • Total Population 4 Million

Why Study in New Zealand

QUALIFICATIONS GLOBALLY RECOGNISED : Students who have studied are earning a reputation of being called innovative thinkers and are being addressed as "The New World Class". It has a progressive education system with state of art facilities. Qualifications are internationally recognized. There are wide range of Study opportunities, including state administered primary, secondary schools, universities,...

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New Zealand Education System

New Zealand Education System QUALITY ASSURANCE : To ensure that both the Government and individuals are investing in quality education, training and assessment, the Government has set up nationally recognised processes of quality assurance. There are a number of government appointed bodies responsible for approving qualifications in New Zealand and for the quality that determines...

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How to Apply

ACADEMIC YEAR : The academic year is from mid / late February to early November and most Universities have 2 semesters with a oliday of 4 weeks in June. Each University operates slightly different dates and some also offer summer school in the main holiday period in November to February. Intakes are in February, July...

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Scholarship New Zealand

Scholarships and funding sources are available : Scholarships offered by the New Zealand Government for Students from developing countries. These Overseas Development Assistance (NZODA) Postgraduate Scholarships cover airfares, accommodation and living expenses, as well as tuition fees. Please note that the number of scholarships awarded are very limited, and only students with exceptional grades will...

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New Zealand Visa

STUDENT VISA : NZ IS is the sole agency of the NZ government responsible for migration and entry to NZ. Student visa is required to enter the country to Study a course more than 3 months duration, also the course opted should be offered by education institutions approved & registered with NZQA. Student is issued...

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Universities and Colleges New Zealand

MASSEY UNIVERSITY ( Auckland, Wellington,Palmastern North) AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (Auckland) OTAGO POLYTECHNIC ( Dunedin) WINTEC-WAIKATO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ( Hamilton) NMIT - NELSON MARLBOROUGH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (Nelson Marlbrough) BAY OF PLENTY POLYTECHNIC (Tauranga) ABI – ASCENT BUSINESS INSTITUTE ( Auckland) ICL – INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF LINGUSITICS ( Auckland) UNITEC ( Auckland) NATCOLL DESIGN...

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Employment in New Zealand

EMPLOYMENT : International students enrolled in a tertiary programme of Study are eligible to work upto 20 hours per week during the academic year. Students can work full time (40 hrs) in New Zealand only during the summer holidays. The average wage for part time jobs is between NZ$ 10 - NZ$ 12 per hour....

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FAQ’s New Zealand

Q. How much are the fees and what is the refund policy? A. Fees are determined by the individual institution concerned. One year's fees (or the total fee for courses of less than one year) must be paid before a visa will be issued or a permit extended if a further course is to be...

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