Study in New Zealand

The tougher the life gets, the more we want to secure. So we count options quietly. Here, New Zealand has been a great choice that the students are placing themselves on a safe point. New Zealand is developed country which is known to be island nation in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. New Zealand has 8 globally recognize Universities which are featured in international ranking and also a partly funded by the Government of New Zealand. It offers a safe working environment and affordable tuition and living expenses which drives a beneficial point for the students. The main courses are available for academic, professional, vocational studies at Universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, secondary schools and private training establishments. The education system in New Zealand is flexible, supportive and choosy. Different course meets the student’s choice remarkably. The degree obtained from University of New Zealand is worldwide acceptable.

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New Zealand is multi cultural country, referring Maori, European, Chinese, Indian, Filipino and Samoan and other ethnic group. It means there is space for shared common values among different culture. The students can get easily familiar because New Zealanders have great interest in people so international students can feel free and more than a welcome in New Zealand.

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New Zealand has led an affordable tuition on the basis of progressive education system in comparison with other countries. Most of the students talks about the weather of New Zealand which completely resembles climate of Nepal. In New Zealand, students can work up to 20 hours a week while they are studying. On the completion of one year graduate course in New Zealand, students are eligible for 1 year job search work visa to look for job related to their field of study followed by 2 years work visa once they get a job in related field. The cost of living is 15000 NZ$ per year covering accommodation, foods, travel, textbooks and limited entertainment.

Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Every year, a lot of international students fly to New Zealand where they have a bigger opportunity to grab, pursue their dream and to achieve their aim. So, Dream a big dream, find yourself and your opportunities, it may be today or tomorrow, try hard to win it.