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Quality

New Zealand qualifications are recognised and highly valued by industry and community leaders all over the world.


New Zealand has an excellent centrally-managed quality assurance system, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), which requires that all institutions enrolling international students be registered and ensures compliance with qualifications standards.


Innovation

A fresh outlook generates fresh ideas. A youthful nation, New Zealand has forged ahead in developing its own ‘kiwi’ identity and innovative ways of thinking.


New Zealanders who embody this innovative spirit include Ernest Rutherford and Alan MacDiarmid, both Nobel Prize winners for Chemistry, and Richard Taylor whose Weta Workshop created the stunning visual effects in The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy.


Lifestyle

New Zealand has a breathtaking natural environment blended with cities abuzz with excitement and culture.

New Zealand’s cities are a cosmopolitan mix of cafes, shopping, movies and nightlife.

New Zealand has a vibrant multicultural society, enriched by its own Maori culture and many from around the world.


Diverse range of courses

There are thousands of courses covering hundreds of subjects in many different combinations and so students will be able to find exactly what they require. The diverse range of courses is also matched by the wide range of institutions that give students a varied choice to find the most suitable study environment for them.


Cost

New Zealand offers a range of competitive programs for students when considering tuition fees.


Costs like visas, health cover and additional living expenses offer good value students.


Earn while you learn

Students enrolled in a course of 12 months duration or longer can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during semester and full-time during holidays.


Working provides an excellent opportunity to get work experience and integrate into the community.


Employment prospects

With a skill shortage across various sectors in the New Zealand labour market, fresh graduates are in high demand in New Zealand.


Students with skills in demand and who wish to stay in New Zealand long-term may apply for a Skilled Migrant Visa which would allow them to live and work in New Zealand permanently.


Safe and Peaceful

The 2011 Global Peace Index* ranked New Zealand as the world’s second most peaceful nation, (Source: *Institute for Economics & Peace).


New Zealand demonstrates political stability and social tolerance.


The Great Outdoors

New Zealand, with its volcanoes, high snow-covered mountains, spectacular lakes, and white sandy beaches, is a land of unparalleled beauty.


New Zealand’s pristine landscape provides the backdrop for some extreme outdoor activities. From mountain climbing to the thrill of bungy jumping, skydiving and white- water rafting, New Zealand is the home for lovers of the great    outdoors.


Support

New Zealand has a high professional standards, a supportive learning environment, and a focus on student welfare.


The New Zealand Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students sets out the minimum standards for the care and support of international students during their studies in New Zealand.