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New Zealand Student Visa

Geographical Location:

The New Zealand is an island state, which is located in the southern part of the continent of Australia, in southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country is made up of North Island, South Island along with other smaller land zones. The majority of New Zealand’s inhabitants are from British ancestry.

With growing numbers in immigrants and a touch of globalization has broadly influenced country’s culture. New Zealand’s assorted landscapes and possessions, full with various sorts of commercial production opportunities, have uplifted many chances for foreign comers to visit, work and settle down in NZ.

CAPITAL -    Wellington, with Auckland being the largest city.

POPULATION -   4,509,461 (2014 Census)

AREA-   103,483 square miles (268,021 square kilometers)

CLIMATE -    The weather is maritime and mild; geographical isolation sees distinct climate changes as chiller, gloomier, drizzlier and sunnier.

CURRENCY -  New Zealand Dollar (NZD) (often known as Kiwi Dollar), one of the strongest currencies in the World.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES -   About 95% of New Zealanders speak English followed by Maori (around 4%) and NZ Sign Language (around 0.6%).

ECONOMY -   One of the most innovative, wealthy and developed economies; ranked higher in Human Development Index; economy has deeply been contributed by milk and dairy industry, agriculture products, farming, timber market; NZ’s free-trade treaties with developing & developed countries puts its manufacturing & construction industry on peak.

TOURISM -   Tourism plays a major role in NZ’s economy, backing well to it GDP distribution. The NZ possesses a great richness in landscape & water bodies, abundantly resourceful beauty. The country is famous for animal and bird species of countless sorts; the city interior is quite contemporary designs, yet possesses an uncompromised tradition & culture.

MAIN INDUSTRIES -   Being largely the producer of dairy products, agriculture fertility, mining and fishing products, NZ exports commodities of lot more varieties to other countries; again, tourism is one of the prime players to build its economy stronger & securer.

Student Visa

Benefits of study in New Zealand
· You obtain an internationally recognized qualification
· You attain one year job search visa after your study in New Zealand
· You find full time job offer during job search visa, you will get two year work permit
· You get points for permanent residency in New Zealand
· You can work part-time while you study
· Your dependents can accompanied to New Zealand along with you and dependents can work while you study
· Skill shortage and many job opportunities will help you to find very good jobs and permanent residency in New Zealand.

Student Intakes :

NZ universities have following intakes:
· February
· July
· September
Each University operates slightly different dates. Some institutes have round-the-year intake.


Tuition fee : 

The tuition fee differs from one university to other and also varies widely with courses. It can
be from as low as NZ$ 14,000 to NZ$ 35,000 per annum. Visit institutions’ website for exact
fee structure.

Living cost :

The approximate expenses of living in New Zealand are NZ$ 10,000 to NZ$ 15,000, which include food, accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However, expenses may vary depending on lifestyle.

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