New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with natural beauty surrounding you wherever you are. The country is also highly developed with world-class healthcare services, modern infrastructure, and high-quality education standards. Education system is progressive, as it is a mix of traditional teaching with the new innovation and technology. The Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students sets the minimum standards of advice and care that are expected of providers who are registered to enroll international students so international students will be welcomed with open arms.

The following are some reasons why New Zealand is a desirable country to study in:

High ranking education system
New Zealand’s global rankings for their universities are high in comparison to universities worldwide. University rankings allow students to compare the key factors that make the institution suitable for them. New Zealand has a total of 8 universities which are state-funded and all are ranked in the 2015-16 QS World University Rankings.
Holistic education The education in New Zealand is not only ranked well, but it is also unique from the education systems in other parts of the world. Their education encourages self-reliance, curiosity, creativity, innovation, and new thinking. This kind of holistic education allows students to increase their knowledge and also helps in their personal growth.

Work opportunities
International students studying in New Zealand are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during the semester and up to 40 hours a week during vacations. Furthermore, students can work full-time during the holidays and also have the option to apply for a six-month long work permit.

Documents required to study in New Zealand:
1. Academic transcript till date
2. Passport
3. Work experience (optional)
4. Application form for desired universities
5. IELTS/TOEFL scores
6. Financial documents (Loan, Bank statements)
7. Visa application
How can you apply to study in New Zealand?
1. Talk to education consultant at WI Education Consultancy
2. Sit for required exams (IELTS/TOEFL)
3. Apply to your desired universities
4. Collect offer letter from institution
5. Pay tuition fee
6. Receive Visa Grant Letter
If you want more information on the application process to universities in New Zealand, book an appointment with us and take the first step towards your success career.

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