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Study in New zealand

About New zealand

New Zealand is an island democracy in the southwestern Pacific ocean .It is located near the midpoint of the water and made up of two vital islands including a number of tiny islands . Because of distance ,it was one of the last region to be settled by humans .New Zealand two prime components are North island and South Island detached by Cook Strait .Okiato was the first capital of New Zealand and Auckland was the second but since 1865 Wellington is the present capital of New Zealand .Wellington is the home of the country's national Parliament ,offices and headquarters .

New Zealand has a largely mild climate . Its weather is dominated by two major geographical features -the sea and the mountains .New Zealand weather has dominant importance to the people of New Zealand , as many inhabitants make their living from farming . English is the main language spoken by most New Zealanders . in April 2006, New Zealand became the first country to declare sign language as an official language as well English . The New Zealand Dollar is the currency of this country .New Zealand has best education theme that attracts worldwide students to enjoy the perfection of study .

Why study in New zealand

Broad range of study and research opportunities
The eight institutions that make up the New Zealand university system are located in cities across the countrys two main islands, the North and the South.
This distribution gives students the chance to pursue a wide range of opportunities in study, work, recreation and culture.
The proximity of all eight universities to New Zealands diverse natural environment offers students the chance to research anything from endangered marine mammals to earthquake engineering.
Although all the universities offer core degrees in the arts, business and science, each also has its own distinctive profile.
For example, Auckland and Otago have the countrys two medical schools, featuring hospital-based learning, whereas Canterbury and Auckland have an international profile for their engineering courses.
You can read more about the universities in New Zealand in our choosing a university section.
A high quality learning experience
The New Zealand university system is research-based, as it is historically based on the British higher education model. This means there are a number of similarities between the 2 systems, such as the names of qualifications, teaching methods, and the look and feel of the university campuses. All academic staff are expected to be active researchers as well as teachers. This insistence on research-informed teaching ensures a high quality learning experience.
The universities representative body, the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors Committee, has legal responsibility for university course approval and moderation procedures.
The New Zealand Universities Academic Audit Unit supports this quality assurance method. These systems certify that university education in New Zealand is of a consistently excellent standard.
A degree recognised and valued by UK employers
Students applying for jobs in the UK with a degree from New Zealand are highly sought after by UK employers. Employers are seeking out graduates with a global perspective and completing your degree overseas is a great way of achieving this.
Moderate entry requirements
Unlike the situation in the UK and many other countries, New Zealand does not have massive competition to enter the first year of a university degree. This is because the New Zealand government has invested heavily in university education over the years.
As a result New Zealand has more capacity than it has students. Good students with moderate grades can gain entry to most Bachelor degree programmes without any problems. Therefore, entry requirements are moderate compared with most of the top universities in the UK.
A welcoming destination
International students are welcomed by New Zealand society, both for the cultural diversity they bring and their contribution to the economy. They are gladly received into New Zealand homes and student social networks. New Zealanders are well travelled, with a great interest in people from other cultures, so visitors and international students soon feel more than welcome.
Campuses are highly international, with students from all corners of the globe studying and socialising together. Students come from Europe, South East Asia, the UK, North Asia, Japan, South America, India, and Australia, amongst many others.
New Zealand also has a well-developed system of pastoral care for international students, backed by a government-monitored Code of Practice. This means you will be well looked after during your time studying there.
Costs
The country has a comparatively low cost of living, abundant fresh food at reasonable prices and a wide variety of student accommodation options. Transport is also moderately priced, affording easy access to rivers, mountains, lakes, forests and beaches and the recreational opportunities they provide.
Beautiful location
New Zealand is renowned for its natural beauty and its adventure activities, and all this is readily accessible from all eight universities in the country.

Universities and colleges in New zealand

1 University of Auckland-Auckland
2 University of Otago-Dunedin
3 University of Waikato-Hamilton ...
4 Massey University-Palmerston North ...
5 University of Canterbury-Christchurch
6 Victoria University of Wellington-Wellington
7 Auckland University of Technology-Auckland
8 Lincoln University-Christchurch

Student visa requirements

Before you make your visa application, ensure the following documents are available:
A written offer of a full-time place on a course thats approved
by the NZQA. (OUR responsibility)
Evidence that the student can cover the living costs while in
New Zealand.
For courses less than nine months the student will need access to
NZ$ 1,000 for each month of your stay OR
NZ$ 400 for each month if the accommodation is already
paid (the student needs evidence of pre-paid
accommodation) OR
a letter from the education provider saying that accommodation
and other living costs are included in the course costs already
paid.
For courses of more than nine months the student will need access to
NZ$ 10,000 per year (Evidence of funds can be bank drafts,
bank statements with your name on it or letters of credit.)
A pre-paid return ticket back to your country or additional
funds to buy a ticket
Payment of all fees for the course taken
Offer of accommodation
A passport thats valid for at least 3 months after the date
you plan to leave New Zealand
A Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate (less than 3 months
old) if youre staying in New Zealand for more than 12
months, and a police certificate if you plan to be here for
more than 2 years. A police certificate is required from the
country of citizenship, as well as from any country in which
the student lived 5 years or more since age 17. Police
certificates must be no more than 6 months old when
submitting the application.
The conditions of a student visa means the student must:
attend class at the place (education provider) written on the student visa
make academic progress while in New Zealand, as determined by the education provider
pay the fees for the study or training
The student visa may be cancelled if the student:
is not in New Zealand for the purpose stated (i.e., youre not studying)
receive income for work without the permission of Immigration New Zealand (INZ) (the 20 hours the student is allowed to work, he needs to get a permit!)
commit a crime
The student should always ensure that the student visa is current and note when it expires so that it can be renewed in time. The student visa will only be renewed if the student attends the course enrolled in.

Embassy in india

New Zealand Embassy , India
Sir Edmund Hillary Marg
Chanakyapuri, 110 021, New Delhi, India
Phone: +91-11-4688-3170
+91-11-4259-6300
Fax: +91-11-4688-3165
Email: nzhc@airtelmail.in
Website URL: http://www.nzembassy.com/india

New Zealand Consulate , India
Level 2, 3 North Avenue
Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla complex, 400051, Mumbai, India
Phone: +91-22-6131-6668
Fax: +91-22-6131-6673
Email: nzcg.mumbai@nzte.govt.nz

New Zealand Consulate , India
Maithri, 132 Cathedral Road, 600 086, Chennai, India
Phone: +91-44-2811-2472
Fax: +91-44-2811-2449
Email: l.ganesh@rane.co.in

Useful Links

Useful websites
A selection of useful tourism-related websites for further information about New Zealand.
Accommodation
Backpacker Accommodation
www.backpack.co.nz
www.nzbackpack.com
Bed & Breakfast Inns of NZ
www.bnb.co.nz
Farms & Home stays
www.ruralholidays.co.nz
Friars Guide (Luxury)
www.friars.co.nz
Holiday Homes
www.nzholidayhomes.co.nz
Holiday Parks / Campsites
www.holidayparks.co.nz
www.topparks.co.nz
New Zealand Home stays and Farm stays
www.nzhomestay.co.nz
New Zealand Lodge Association
www.lodgesofnz.co.nz
Range of accommodation
www.accommodata.co.nz

Qualmark rated - range of accommodation
www.qualmark.co.nz
Vacation Homes
www.nzvacationhomes.co.nz
Where to Stay guides
www.aatravel.co.nz
Youth Hostel Association
www.yha.org.nz
Events
New Zealand Tourism Industry Association
New Zealand Eventfinder
Events Calendar
Conventions New Zealand

Government organisations
NZ Tourism Strategy Group
NZ Tourism Strategy Group - Research
Department of Conservation

Department of Internal Affairs
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
Ministry of Economic Development
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

New Zealand Customs Service
New Zealand Immigration Service
New Zealand Government Online
Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Statistics New Zealand

New Zealand Trade & Enterprise
Treaty of Waitangi
Other Services
Access New Zealand
NZ Transport Agency - driver licences
MetService - weather information

New Zealand Snow Reports
New Zealand Wines
Qualmark - quality rating system
Te Papa Museum - Wellington
i-SITE Visitor Information Network

AA Guides (Automobile Association)
Fodors New Zealand
Jasons New Zealand Travel Channel
Mountaineers Books
New Zealand - A Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit
New Zealand White Pages
New Zealand Yellow Pages

Wises Maps
Indigenous New Zealand - Maori Tourism
Te Ara - Encyclopedia of New Zealand
New Zealand Film Commission
New Zealand Film and Video Technicians Guild

Regional Tourism Organisations
Central South Island Tourism
Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism
Destination Fiordland
Destination Lake Taupo
Destination Manawatu
Destination Marlborough
Destination Northland
Destination Queenstown
Destination Rotorua
Destination Wairarapa
Lake Wanaka Tourism
Nature Coast
Nelson Tasman
Positively Wellington
Tourism Auckland
Tourism Bay of Plenty
Tourism Central Otago
Tourism Coromandel
Tourism Dunedin
Tourism Eastland
Tourism West Coast
Venture Southland
Venture Taranaki
Visit Hawkes Bay
Visit Oamaru
Visit Ruapehu
Wanganui Inc
Transport - Travel Pass
Scenic Rail Pass
New Zealand Travel Pass

Transport - Airline
Air New Zealand
Air Tahiti Nui
Emirates
Jetstar

Virgin Australia
Qantas Airways
Singapore Airlines
Transport - Coach
Flying Kiwi
Great Sights
InterCity Coachlines
Kiwi Experience
Magic Travellers Network
Newmans Coach Line
Stray Travel

Transport - Ferry
NZ Inter-Island Ferries

Transport - Train
New Zealand Trains

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