Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Learn & Earn – New Zealand


New Zealand welcomes international students from all universities and institutions. New Zealand's immigration laws prevent an international student from studying at a private provider that has not been registered or from taking a course that is not NZQA approved.

Farnaaz Mohammed, the international officer from Massey University says “All New Zealand universities are teaching and research institutions with research informing undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. New Zealand universities are trusted for offering high quality teaching based on the British model and delivered at a very affordable cost. university of New Zealand degrees are highly transferable - our graduates gain employment in career positions world-wide and gain entry to top universities around the world for postgraduate study. New Zealand universities perform well in international rankings - New Zealand had a higher ratio of universities in the top 500 of the 2009 THE/QS World Ranking of Universities than most other country systems”.

New Zealand welcomes students to stay back after completion of minimum one year program. Student can apply for graduate job search visa for a period of one year which would further lead to Permanent Residency. Some of the programs highly recognized for Permanent Residency are from Engineering / Business / Computing / Health Science / Hospitality background.

New Zealand has 8 government funded Universities in New Zealand providing under graduate / post graduate programs. NZ also has popular option to study at any one of the 25 government funded poly techniques and institutes of technology in New Zealand. The programs are academically and vocationally focused.

New Zealand welcomes students to stay back after completion of minimum one year program. Student can apply for graduate job search visa for a period of one year which would further lead to Permanent Residency. Some of the programs highly recognized for Permanent Residency are from Engineering / Business / Computing / Health Science / Hospitality background.

The Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students sets out the minimum standards for the welfare of students and the way they are given advice. These standards are required of all education providers who have students enrolled on international student permits. New Zealand was the first country to adopt a code of practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom.

New Zealand degrees are recognised internationally. New Zealand had a relatively low cost of living, in comparison to other countries around the world.The cost of education is relatively low compared to other countries. The diploma in New Zealand programs cost is approximately 4.5lacs to 5.5lacs per annum. The under graduate programs cost is approximately 5.0 lacs to 6lacs and the post graduate programs is 6.5 lacs to 7.5 lacs per annum.

Students Working in New Zealand is aloud up to 20 hours per week during program and 40 hours during Christmas and New Year vacation which is approx 6 weeks. The minimum wages paid per hour is $12.

Ashish Ramakrishnan from Waikato University says “Today, being equipped with the degree scored from a wonderful university and importantly having secured a well paid job in New Zealand, I can only have appreciation and gratitute towards Edwise”.

Edwise is recognised by the New Zealand Government as a Specialist Agent to impart information for New Zealand education & it is strongly recommended that you gain more information or send your application through an approved representative.

Ajay Sukhwani,
Edwise