Why Study in Auckland ( New Zealand )

The Auckland (New Zealand) is one of the beautiful, Fantastic scenery with abundance of greenery and Crime Free Country in the world and promises a great future for the international students. As one can easily get Permanent Residency after completing of Education in New Zealand. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington and its 1,930 km southeast of Australia and consists of two major islands, North Island (116,031 sq km) and South Island (153,540 sq km), which are separated by Cook Strait.The national Bird and Animal is “KIWI” and the National game is “RUGBY”. The Major Cities of New Zealand are Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Napier-Hastings, Tauranga, Dunedin, Palmerston North, Nelson, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Whangarei, Invercargill, Wanganui and Gisborne.

The country is proud to boast of a prosperous indigenous culture, busy cosmopolitan cities, traditional towns and friendly people. And all of this makes New Zealand a place well worth visiting and settling in.

Several small islands comprise New Zealand. North Island, which is more developed, has the main cities, while the vast empty spaces of South Island are best for escaping the crowds.

The Country is supported by the wonderful infrastructure and transportation system moving around in country is efficient and hassle free and two scenic rail journeys. The rail network is inter connected in such a way that it forms an efficient network to move throughout the country.

Student Rights

STUDENT WORKING RIGHTS

  • Student can work upto 20 hours each week during the academic year provided he/she is enrolled in a full time course of study that meets one of the criteria listed below:
  • The student is undertaking at least 1.5 to 2 years long course at a private/ public training establishment or tertiary institutions.
  • The course leads to a New Zealand qualification that qualifies for points under the Skilled Migrant Category of Immigration New Zealand’s Residence Instructions..
  • The Student can work full time during the Vacations.
  • The work rights for Dependents i.e Spouse of student on Work Visa can work full time in NZ. However, the dependents of students on visitor visa have no work rights

Education system in New Zealand follows the three-tier model of primary, secondary, and tertiary or post-secondary. This generally includes universities, private institutions, colleges, and polytechnics. New Zealand’s educational institutions offer quality secondary school education, a well-established network of English-language schools, and internationally respected and recognized tertiary education providers. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) regulates post-secondary education. As well as state-owned education providers, there are approximately 860 private training establishments (PTEs) in New Zealand. They are privately owned and funded, although some of their courses attract government funding and they include quality English-language providers. They offer a wide variety of courses that lead to qualifications in a large range of vocations from scuba diving to hospitality to business.