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What are the benefits of studying in New Zealand?

Studying in New Zealand offers a high-quality education system with universities consistently ranking in the top 3% globally. The country offers high-quality education, practical and hands-on learning, diverse and welcoming culture, safe and secure environment, affordable living expenses, and opportunities for post-study work and immigration.

What is the education system of New Zealand?

The education system of New Zealand is internationally recognized for its high quality and practical approach to learning. It follows a three-tier model: primary, secondary, and tertiary education. The country has eight universities, 16 institutes of technology and polytechnics, and several private training establishments.

The certificate which I am attaining from Canada is valid around the globe?

The validity of a certificate from New Zealand depends on the recognition of the institution and the program's accreditation. However, New Zealand's education system is globally recognized for its high quality, and many of its universities are ranked among the top 100 in the world.

What is the cost of studying at New Zealand?

The cost of studying in New Zealand varies depending on the institution, program, and location. On average, international students can expect to pay between NZD $22,000 to $32,000 per year for undergraduate programs and between NZD $26,000 to $37,000 for postgraduate programs. Additionally, living expenses can range from NZD $15,000 to $20,000 per year.

What are the basic eligibility criteria to get the admission for studies at New Zealand?

To be eligible for admission to a program in New Zealand, international students must have a recognized qualification equivalent to New Zealand's tertiary entrance qualification, meet the English language proficiency requirements, and fulfill any specific requirements for the chosen program. Additionally, students may need to demonstrate sufficient funds to support their studies and living expenses.

Will I get Scholarship?

International students may be eligible for scholarships to study in New Zealand, depending on their academic merit, financial need, and other criteria set by the scholarship providers. These scholarships can cover tuition fees, living expenses, and other costs associated with studying in New Zealand.

Can I work part time?

Yes, international students can work part-time while studying in New Zealand. They are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during scheduled holidays. This can provide students with valuable work experience, extra income, and opportunities to network and make new connections.

What are post study work opportunities?

International students who complete a qualification in New Zealand may be eligible for a post-study work visa. Depending on their qualification level and the location of their study, they can apply for a visa valid for up to 3 years. This allows students to gain work experience and potentially qualify for permanent residence in New Zealand.

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