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New Zealand - Destination to Study... Work...
Migrate!! New Zealand, a beautiful and unique
country in the South Pacific,where exciting
things are happening in Education. New Zealand is
becoming the first choice for an increasing
number of international students seeking quality
education to explore new ideas in pioneering
programmes that will put them at the front in
the world job markets of the future. New Zealand
universities, colleges and institutions offer
students a unique learning environment. This is
supported by an integrated education system in
which students attending New Zealand schools find
it easy to make the trans- ition to the next
level of education. Why Study In New
Zealand? GLOBALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION Student
s 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,
polytechnics, colleges of education and private
training establishments. The NZQA assures the
quality of programme offered by state
institutions and a private establishment, which
in turn ensures that programmes offe- red in New
Zealand, maintains international
recognition. EQUALLY STRONG FOCUS ON ACADEMICS
AND WELFARE Most of the universities have been
taking International students for the last 50 -
60 years and hence have gained a
multicultural/national perspe- ctive offering a
balanced curriculum which finds relevance in work
places around the world. The same perspective
enables it to offer excellent wel- fare services
to students from around the world. The
polytechnics in NZ are known for the programs
which are Ready to Enter the Job Markets. BEST
OF BOTH WORLD" QUALIFICATIONS The best thing
about studying in NZ is that the expenses
involved are comparatively less than the other
major destinations viz. USA, UK, Canada or
Australia. In fact it is almost 50 less than
that of USA and UK. Coupled with the lesser costs
and International recognition of its
qualification, NZ essentially offers "Best of
Both Worlds" qualifications. Kiwi Life Even
though the country might be small the people
think big. The people pop- ularly known as Kiwi
s are renowned for their hospitality and their
love for sports and the outdoors. POST STUDY
WORK VISA (OPEN) Student who has completed a
qualification or qualifications in New Zealand,
but does not have a job offer may be eligible for
a Post-study work visa-open for a maximum of 12
months. Then, when student has found a job can
apply for a further visa for up to two or three
years under the Study to Work category. To be
eligible for a Post-study work visa students are
required to meet certain conditions that can be
found at http//www. immigration.govt.nz/ ENGLISH
WIDELY SPOKEN As English is the day-to-day
language in NZ, Indian students find it very easy
to study, live and interact in NZ. Moreover the
NZ accent is easy to understand. EXCELLENT
CLIMATIC CONDITIONS New Zealand enjoys temperate
climate which is moderated by the sea's
surrounding it. This-results in mild summers and
cool winters. This exc- ellent climate
encourages all sorts of outdoor sports and
activities.One can indulge in sports as varied
from Football, cricket to White water rafting
and Bungee jumping. In fact it is widely accepted
fact that NZ enjoys one of the most favorable
climates in the world. It enjoys the four
distinct seasons, viz, summer (Nov. to March),
autumn (March to June), winter (June to Sept.)
spring (Sept. to Nov.) hence people enjoy high
quality living conditions. CLEAN, GREEN AND SAFE
COUNTRY New Zealand offers a safe learning
environment. It is the first country in the world
to declare itself as a nuclear free zone. The
environment is green, clean and uncrowded with a
small populations and wide open spaces. CODE OF
PRACTICE A code of practice that ensures
protection of international students welfare by
all education providers came into force in 2002.
Only signatories to the code will be allowed to
enroll international students. Ensuring that New
Zealand education providers act fairly and
reasonably when recruiting students, the Code
gives prospective students that they can trust
the institution in which they choose to
enroll. QUALITY ASSURANCE To ensure that both the
Government and individuals are investing in
quality education, training and assessment, the
Government has set up nationally recognized
processes of quality assurance. There are a
number of governments appointed bodies
responsible for approving qualifica- tions in
New Zealand and for the quality that determines
the delivery of qualifications. These bodies are
New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)
Responsible for approving and registering all
courses and national qualifications offered at
polytechnics and priva1te training establishm-
ents. New Zealand Vice-Chancellor's Committee
(NZVCC) Responsible for approving all diplomas,
undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by
New Zealand universities.
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Universities in New Zealand University education
was established in New Zealand in 1870 and has a
similar tradition to the British university
system. There are eight state- funded
universities in New Zealand, all of them
internationally respected for their academic and
research performance. In addition to a centrally
co-ordinated system of quality assurance audits
at both institution and programme level, each
university undertakes internal quality checks.
All New Zealand universities offer a broad range
of subjects in Arts, Commerce and Science. Each
has developed its own specialist subjects such as
Medicine, Engineering, Veterinary Science.
Computer Studies, Agriculture and Environmental
Studies, Sports-Science, Biotechnology,
Architecture etc. Bachelors, Masters and
Doctoral degrees are offered by all New Zealand
universities. A range of under graduate and
postgraduate diplomas is also available, along
with honours programmes (usually requiring an
additional year of study). Polytechnics in New
Zealand New Zealand Polytechnics, and Institutes
of Technology, are state funded and provide
education and training at all levels ranging from
introductory studies through to full degree
programmes. A few of them offer PG programmes as
well. Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology
are efficient ter- tiary providers offering
programmes which can be both academically and
vocationally focused. Due to their active
engagement with industry, emp- loyers and g
overnment agencies they provide programmes which
are of a high academic standard and are relevant
to the rapidly changing work- force on a global
basis. Polytechnics offer diverse courses like
Arts and Design, Travel Tourism, Hospitality
etc. Private Degree Providers In 1989, amendments
to the Education Act in New Zealand enabled the
private tertiary sector to award degrees through
the New Zealand Qualific- ations Authority
(NZQA). The key to the legitimacy of the private
degree providers is their relationship with the
NZQA which has responsibility for course
accreditation. The mission of the private degree
providers is to provide a quality service to
their students and a range of skills of value in
the work environment. Private Training Providers
(PTEs) Private training establishments are
registered and their courses approved by NZQA.
Institutions and schools in this sector provide a
range of colur- ses including English language,
aviation flight training, air traffic control,
english, business computing, dance, design and
arts, religious studies, travel and tourism and
training for the hospitality industry. Undergradua
te Study in New Zealand At most New Zealand
universities the course of study for a Bachelor's
degree consists of a prescribed number of units,
papers or courses. In each subject there are
usually first-year (stage I or 100-level),
second-year (stage 2 or 200 level) and third-year
(stage 3 or 300 level) courses. A sec- ond year
course may be commenced only after prescribed
passes in the subject at stage I and a thirdyear
course only after required passes in the subject
at stage 2. In each subject the student is
required to attend a given number of lectures,
tutorials and/or laboratory periods per week. In
some courses field trips provide opportunities
for on-site study of natural phenomena or social
processes. These learning contacts are supplemen-
ted by persona l reading and research. Students
are expected to develop independent study skills
with a minimum of professional supervision.
Grades given in tests, assignments and practical
work count towards the final grade for a course.
Most courses have a final written examination
held either at midyear (June) or the end of the
academic year (October/November). Post Graduate
Study in New Zealand The first degree a student
is able to gain in New Zealand is as elsewhere, a
Bachelors degree. With a completed Bachelor's
degree, a graduate may be able to go on to a
Masters degree. These degrees may be awarded with
Honours, an indication both of the challenge the
course presents and of the student's achievement
in it. Graduate Diploma A one-year, full-time
course of study for graduates. It does not always
require its students to have prior learning or
experience in the subject matter of the
diploma Postgraduate Diploma A one-year full-time
study, designed for graduates, which builds on
the subject matter in the academic field of the
previous degree. Master's Degree The Master's
degree is open to those who have completed a
Bachelors degree. The course of study is usually
of one or two year's full-time study or its
equivalent in part - time study. The work
required normally builds upon the prior knowledge
gained in the major part of the Bachelor's
degree, and most or all of it is in that
discipline. It is at a more advanced level. That
is normally reflected in the content of the work
in the mode of teaching which is likely to
emphasis seminar presentation and in provision
of research experience for the candidate. A
thesis is an account of a substantial piece of
research. Many master's degrees include a thesis
component, and in some cases, particularly those
which are taken after a four year Bachelors
(Honours) course, the degrees may be thesis-only.
However increasingly Masters' degrees by papers,
or papers plus research, are be- coming
available. The successful student is expected to
show, as the title implies, a real grasp of the
subject, demonstrated by an understanding of the
discipline, a capacity to reflect upon it, and an
ability to undertake research into it.
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Doctorate New Zealand Doctoral Research
scholarships are a significant educational
opportunity. Doctorate programmes generally take
at least 3 years of full time study to complete.
It is a fully rese- arch based degree. PHD
students pay domestic tuition fee which is a
benefit of fee difference from international
fees to domestic fees . Scholarships are also
awarded to the students on the basis of academic
merit and research ability by the univ- ersity.
The scholarships doctoral degree by research in
New Zealand universities. The scholarship funding
covers international tuition fee, a monthly
living allowance, travel, health, insurance,
books and thesis allowance. Academic Year The
academic year is from mid / late February to
early November and most Universities have 2
semesters with a holiday of 4 weeks in June. Each
University operates slightly different dates and
some also offer summer school in the main holi-
day period in November to February. Intakes are
February, May, July and sometimes in September
with Universities. Polytechnic offers multiple
intakes. Application Procedure New Zealand
generally has 2 intakes. i.e. Feb. July. It is
suggested that you should start making
applications in the month of August for the Feb
intake. Universities generally take around 6
weeks to process an application as compare to
Government Polytechnics or a private institute,
which takes 2 to 7 working days. Immigration
services again takes around 4 to 6 weeks to
process a student visa application. Formal list
of Documents neededfor making an application is
available at our office, which is available free
of charge.Documents are like resume,statement of
purpose, mark sheets certificates of X, XII,
till Graduation or relevant degree transcripts in
specific cases, Certificates of extra curricular
activities and passport copy / birth certificate
2 reference letters from colleges
employers. English Language Requirements All
students must be fluent in English language to
follow a course in New Zealand. There are many
courses available at public and private institu-
tions in New Zealand and elsewhere to assist
international students reach the required level
of English language competence.We can recommend
waiver of IELTS / PTE wherever possible. A band
of 5.5/6.0/6.5 for undergraduate 6.5 / 7.5 for
postgraduate courses is desirable Accommodation Mo
st educational institutions in New Zealand will
assist you in finding accommodation while
studying in New Zealand. There are various types
of accommodation which are available to
international students. These are like Halls of
residence / Students Hostel, Homestay, Apartments
/ Flats. All students on finalising institution,
should refer to its website for accommodation
arrangements. Health Insurance It is strongly
recommended that all international students
obtain medical insurance cover because most
temporary students are not entitled to pub-
licly funded health services while in New
Zealand. A condition of your student visa is that
you must have an adequate allowance and this
should in- clude coverage of medical costs. It
is costing generally between NZ 500 - NZ
600. Student Visa Immigration New Zealand is the
sole agency of the NZ Government responsible for
migration entry to NZ. Student visa is required
to enter the country to study a course more then
3 months duration, also the course opted should
be offered by education institutions approved
registered with NZQA.Student is issued a visa
for One year duration could be easily extended
onshore in New Zealand as per the duration of
further course. Visit our Visa counselor for
personal guidance documentation requirement for
a student visa. You can only get a student visa
to study in a course at an education
institution, which is registered and approved by
the NZQA. Your student visa will be issued for
the length of time your course tuition fees have
been paid. You must have an unconditional offer
of admission, which also guarantees that
accommodation will be available, which are
required with your visa application. Offer of
Admission Letter does not Guarantee that a
student will be issued a student visa by the
immigration authorities. Student visa and permit
information and application forms can be obtained
from any New Zealand Immigration Service branch
office within New Zealand or overseas (contact
the nearest New Zealand High Commission or
Embassy in Delhi). You can also obtain all
relevant information and forms from the New
Zealand Immigration Service website,
www.immigration.govt.nz How ever visit
Turning Point counselor for personal guidance and
the latest checklist.
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Tuition fees New Zealand provides high quality
courses with high standard of living at lower
cost than Australia, UK, and USA. The costs below
will give you an idea of how much spending money
you will need in New Zealand as it can vary from
city to city. Tuition fees vary from programme to
programme.
Tuition fees (per year) 15,000 - 24,000
NZ 15,000 - 24,000 NZ 18,000 - 28,000 NZ
Under Graduate Programmes Arts / Humanities /
Social Science / Commerce / Administration
Management - Computing / Mathematical Science
- Engineering Technology - Post Graduate
Programmes Arts / Humanities / Social Science -
MBA other Management programs - Onwards
Engineering -
18,000 - 28,000 NZ 25,000 - 45,000 NZ 28,000 -
35,000 NZ
Living Expenses Students can choose from Halls of
Residence, Students Hostels, Dormitories,
Homestay private apartments and flats. NZ 15,000
- 18,000 Per annum. This in- cludes food,
clothing, transport, entertainment and
accommodation. Visa authorities expect a
provision of NZ 15,000 towards living
expenses. Employment International students
enrolled in a tertiary programme of study are
eligible to work up to 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 NZ12 - NZ15 per hour. International
students who have graduated from a course in New
Zealand that would gain points under the Skilled
Migrant Category may apply for a grand job search
visa. Eligible students partner may apply for a
work permit, valid for the duration of the study
course. Industry NZ industries work side by side
to encourage and sustain the economic activity
and the benefits it brings to the people of NZ.
Over 60 of NZ GDP is generated by services.
This includes The computer software development
industry, film, television and commercial
production industry, services like banking,
finance, ad- vertising, property, tourism
hospitality, and food processing. The
manufacturing sector has shown strong export
performance growth, which has encouraged in-
vestment and employment growth. Bank Loans Bank
loans are easily available for higher studies.
You need to have a collateral security. Interest
varies from Bank to Bank. Financial
Assistance Funds are required for living (rent,
food, transport, etc) and course costs (books and
research expenses inducting international
literature searches and data colle- ction) in
addition to tuition fees. if you need additional
financial support to your own or family
resources, there are a number of possibilities
worth exploring. Note that application for
funding is a separate operation to applying. You
may receive admission to study but not be
successful in your application for funds. You
will not be granted a scholarship without
admission. These 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 be
considered. Application forms are available from
the University International Centre or your New
Zealand Diplo- matic post. NZAID (New Zealands
International Aid and Development Agency) is New
Zealand s agency responsible for international
assistance to developing countries . NZAID
support for basic, post basic and tertiary
education includes financial technical
assistance to strengthen existing higher
education institutes and systems and the
provision of scholarship for study in home
country, regional and New Zealand institutions.
NZDS, the programe under NZAID are for full time
multi year courses in New Zealand for tertiary
level studies through the public and open
category. NZDS scheme covers tuition, orientation
fees, economy fare, travel, a basic living
allowance with the provision for accommodation
expenses (paid through study institutes).
Students from India can apply for NZDS open (via
universi- ties) categories.
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Future Scope
New Zealand Education is a strong pathway leading
to migration opportunity
. All students successfully completing a 2 yrs
duration Diploma, Degree, PG course or course
under the skilled shortage list gain Points
towards Skilled Migrant category, for Perm-
anent Residency.
. Any student gaining points for Skilled Migrant
category as mentioned above can apply for a Job
Search Visa of 1 year where they can express for
permanent residency.
. On gaining Job offer within the period of Job
Search student can either apply for 2 years Work
Permit or Permanent Residency depending on their
eligibility for SMC
. Requirement of 2 years work experience is
waived off if the student has NZ qualification.
. Spouse of the students going for Post graduate
courses or for courses listed in immediate or
long term skill shortage could accompany on a
work permit.
. New Zealand Permanent Residency holder enjoys
many benefits like subsidized tuition fees for
higher education, low interest rates easy
loan. Occupations which are under Immediate or
long term skill shortage list. (Please refer to
www.immigration.govt.nz for the updated list)
Architect Cardio / respiratory Technicians Clinica
l Research Associate Creative Industries Film
Animators Early Childhood Education Electronics
Product Engineer Farm Management
(Broiler/Breeder) Graphic Artist Instrumentation
Engineer Mechanical Engineering Technician
Mining Engineer Nursing Orchard Manager Power
Systems Engineer Specialist Petroleum Industry
Social Workers University Lecturer Veterinarian
Analytical Chemist Building Project
Management Civil Cad (Computer Aided Draughting
Designer) Construction Maintenance
Managers Dietician Electrical Engineering
Technician Chef Food Technologist Information
Technology Professional/Programmer IT
Specialist Medical Radiation Technologist Montesso
ri Teacher Orchard Foreman Physiotherapist
Quantity Surveyor Secondary Teachers Traffic
Planner Viticulturist Frequently Asked
Question WHAT IS THE TIME FRAME FOR THE ADMISSION
VISA PROCESS ?
Undergraduate applications are generally assessed
quickly within 2 weeks time wherein PG
applications could take 4 weeks for processing.
Visa procedures for New Zealand are quick, where
New Zealand Information Service supports decision
of positive profile students in 15-30 working
days. WHAT ARE THE PART TIME WORK OPPORTUNITIES
FOR STUDENTS HOW MUCH CAN THEY EARN ? Students
are allowed to work part time up to 20 hours per
week. Most students work in Restaurants, Farms,
Mall's, Marketing Executive's etc. Wages will
range from NZ 12-15 approx WHAT ARE THE
ACCOMMODATION ARRANGEMENTS? Some institutions may
be able to arrange residential accommodation for
students who are not staying with relatives or
friends. However, you may wish to arrange
accommodation for yourself. You should indicate
whether or not you want assistance in finding
accommodation when you apply to the
institution. ARE DEPENDENTS ALLOWED TO COME
ALONG? Your dependents, who may include a spouse
and children may accompany you to New Zealand or
join you later. They must apply for and meet the
normal requirements for the type of visa
required (visitor, work, or student). School aged
dependants will be required to pay full fees for
enrolment in primary and secondary courses of
study. Visitor/Work visa applications are
recommended to apply through licensed migration
advisors.
FAQ
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I HAVE GOT A STUDENT VISA AND MY SPOUSE WANTS TO
ACCOMPANY ME TO NEW ZEALAND. CAN HE / SHE APPLY
FOR A WORK VISA? Your spouse can apply for a work
visa only if you are doing a post graduate (Level
8) course in NZ or you are studying a course
towards qualifica- tions in Long term Skill
Shortage List. Please refer to www.immigration.gov
t.nz for more details on it. WHEN WILL I GET MY
12 MONTH JOB SEARCH VISA? You are eligible to
apply for 12-months job search Visa within 3
months of the date of completion of your course
in NZ but there are certain condi- tions to be
eligible for this visa category. WHAT WOULD BE MY
NEXT VISA STATUS AFTER JOB SEARCH VISA? If you
get a full time Job offer in your relevant area
of study then your visa status could be converted
to Work Permit or Permanent Residency on your
Eligibility based on the Skilled Migrant Category
at that time. Such visa categories are to be
discussed with a licensed migration
advisor. New Zealand Key Facts
CLIMATE
PEOPLE
CITIES
Temperate - not too hot, not too cold not too
wet, not too dry Moderated by the oceans North
Island - winterless sometimes
Auckland, Hamilton Palmerston, North Wellington
Christ Church, Wanganui Dunedin, Rotorua are some
popular ones.
Friendly Welcoming towards visitors Relaxed,
informal English speaking
South Island - 4 definate seasons
POPULATION
SPORTS RECREATION
SCENERY
79.6 are from European Ethnic groups 14.5 are
Maori 5 Pacific Island Polynesian 2.2
Chinese 1.2 Indian Total Population 4.2 Million
Snow capped mountain ranges Fiords, Glaciers,
Lakes Wild rivers, Native forests Sandy beaches,
broad plains Active Volcanos
Bungee Jumping, Jet Boating, White Water
Rafting, Heli Skiing, Snow Boa- rding,Trail Bike
Riding,Rugby, Cricket, Yachting, Gardening, Rock
/ Mountain
Climbing, Golf etc.
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List of New Zealand Institutions students can
choose to study.These are Institute of
Technology and Polytecnics (ITPs) in New Zealand,
which are very renowned. Students can also
choose any of the Private Training
Establishments (PTEs) also. List is available at
WWC staff members. Source www.nzqa.govt.nz Aoraki
Polytechnic http//www.aoraki.ac.nz Bay of
Plenty Polytechnic (BOPP) http//www.boppoly.ac.n
z Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of
Technology (CPIT) http//www.cpit.ac.nz Eastern
Institute of Technology (Hawkes Bay) (EIT)
http//www.eit.ac.nz Manukau Institute of
Technology (MIT) http//www.manukau.ac.nz Nelson
Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)
http//www.nmit.ac.nz Northland Polytechnic
(NorthTec) http//www.northtec.ac.nz Otago
Polytechnic (OP) http//www.otagopolytechnic.ac.n
z Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)
http//www.sit.ac.nz Tai Poutini Polytechnic
http//www.tpp.ac.nz The Open Polytechnic of New
Zealand http//www.openpolytechnic.ac.nz Unitec
New Zealand http//www.unitec.ac.nz Universal
College of Learning (UCOL) http//www.ucol.ac.nz
Waiariki Institute of Technology
http//www.waiariki.ac.nz Waikato Institute of
Technology (Wintec) http//www.wintec.ac.nz Welli
ngton Institute of Technology (Weltec)
http//www.weltec.ac.nz Western Institute of
Technology at Taranaki (WITT) http//www.witt.ac.
nz Whitireia Community Polytechnic
http//www.whitireia.ac.nz List of Universities
in New Zealand Source http//www.universitiesnz.
ac.nz Aukland University - www.aukland.ac.nz Aukl
and University of Technology - www.aut.ac.nz Linco
ln University - www.lincoln.ac.nz Massey
University (Wellington / Palmerston North) -
www.massey.ac.nz Victoria University of
Wellington - www.vuw.ac.nz
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