If exploration is what you’re looking for, New Zealand is the place to discover it. New Zealand is a small country and a youthful nation, with a distinctive mix of culture, natural resources and people that make it an incredible place to live.

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Tender and welcoming people will meet you at every corner as New Zealanders, often referred to as kiwis, extend their hand of welcome. You will experience all what New Zealand has to offer during your stay, from a immense and varied landscape of wide open spaces, to a gracious and relaxed way of life. Nowhere besides country as New Zealand offer so much.

Studying in New Zealand means attaining internationally recognized qualifications as you continue your academic studies in a safe and sound and secure learning environment.

New Zealand offers a warm welcome to international students, who can choose from an broad range of academic subjects.

The foundation of New Zealand’s education is on the world’s most recognized educational system – British. New Zealand offers first-class and excellent education with a ideal balance in theoretical and practical components based on work-ready training.

New Zealand has an outstanding education system and qualifications attained here are recognized as equivalent to the best in the world. At the same time there is a strong degree of lenience, which enables communities to build and function private schools along religious and cultural lines.

The qualifications of New Zealand are issued and governed by New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).

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Besides above, listed below are some of the other important New Zealand Government Policies that are beneficial to International students:
 Pay full 1 year fees after PVA
 12 months work permit after successful completion of course
 Student Visas generally gets approved as compared to other countries
 Work while study
 No personal interview
 Married students – Work permit for Spouse
 Land in New Zealand 2 weeks before the course start date
 Level of Study does not matter for admission
 Further education after gaining Permanent Residency (PR)