Student Visa
Living in New Zealand:

New Zealand's high quality living conditions are well known universally, and accommodation is one aspect of this. In many cases, accommodation will be only minutes away from your place of study.

New Zealand is in the southern hemisphere, so there is a climate reversal. January and February are the warmest months, autumn is from March to May, winter from June to August, and spring from September to November.

New Zealand has dollars and cents. The denominations are $100, $50, $20, $10 and $5 notes, $2 and $1 gold-coloured coins, and 50, 20, 10 and 5-cent silver-coloured coins.

Wonderful fresh food at good prices is an integral part of New Zealand lifestyle, one that New Zealanders often take for granted. There are many great cafes that reflect our informal way of life, offering fresh cuisine and some of the best coffee you will ever taste!

Costs & Expenses:
Tuition fees
  New Zealand Dollars
High School
7,500 - 12,500 per year
Undergraduate (Art)
12,500 - 15,000 per year
Undergraduate (Science)
25,000 - 30,000 per year
12,000 - 18,000 per year
9,500 - 13,000 per year
English Course
  290 - 330 per week
Living cost & expenses
New Zealand Dollars
650 - 750 per month
Homestay (including 2 meals)
840 - 1,340 per month 
640 - 780 per month 
3 meals
600 - 700 per month
Total cost & expenses 
New Zealand Dollars
High School
21,900 - 32,900 per year
Undergraduate (Art)
23,100 - 25,800 per year
Undergraduate (Science)
38,000 - 40,800 per year
English Course
23,600 - 33,600 per yea
About New Zealand :

New Zealand is a unique country. Its scenery sets it apart from the rest of the world while people have reputation of friendliness, strength, and independence.

New Zealand is a Parliamentary democracy, offering a safe political environment for international students and visitors. It has a population of only 3.5 million and is similar in size to the United Kingdom or Japan. New Zealand is primarily a Europe culture which has absorbed many of the rich and historic cultural elements from Maori and Pacific Island heritages, and now from its rapidly growing multicultural Asian communities

Situated in the Southern Hemisphere, New Zealand's seasons are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere. The climate is temperate with mild, wet winters and warm, dry summers.

Test requirements:
  • It is important to become proficient in English to make your stay in New Zealand a good one. You will probably be required to take the International English Language Testing System(IELTS) before you will be admitted to a New Zealand university. The school may also have additional tests for graduate students who are prospective teaching assistants
You will need to have a valid passport and a visa in order to enter New Zealand. Since it can take several months to obtain a passport and all the documentation, start the process as soon as you can

You will need a student visa if you wish to come to New Zealand to study full-time for longer than 3 months.You can only get a student visa to study in a course at an education institution, which is registered and approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.
Your student visa will be issued for the length of time your course tuition fees have been paid. If you are studying a long-term course at secondary school, University or Polytechnic you will normally pay your tuition fees every year.

Universities in New Zealand:
Auckland University of Technology  (AUT) Akoranga and Wellesley
The University of Auckland Auckland city
The University of Waikato Hamilton
Massey University 1. Palmerston North
  2.Albany - Auckland city
Victoria University of Wellington Wellington 
University of Canterbury Central Christchurch
Lincoln University Canterbury
University of Otago Dunedin
Education System:

New Zealand secondary schools provide broad education to students aged 13-18 years. Some schools have classes for students aged 11 and 12 as well. Most secondary schools are state established but there are also a number of schools outside of the state system which have special philosophical or religious traditions. These schools are either private or integrated schools.

The entry requirements, courses and educational standards of all secondary schools are similar and prepare students for the same national qualifications.

Universities New Zealand have eight state universities offering degree programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level, in academic and professional studies. All universities offer a broad range of subjects for degrees in Commerce, Science and the Arts. Each university has also developed its own specialist subjects, such as engineering, computer studies, medicine and agriculture.

Working in New Zealand :
Potential migrants will have a better chance at finding work in New Zealand before they arrive using the job placement service provided by recruitment firm Stu McCann and Associates. Stu Macann & Associates was founded in 1994 and has grown into a very respected Recruitment and Job Placement organisation. The firm has offices in Christchurch, Wellington, Nelson, Palmerston North and representation in other New Zealand cities such as Auckland, Dunedin and Hamilton.
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