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With landscapes varying from snowy mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes and geysers, icy glaciers and rolling green hills, New Zealand is world famous for its picturesque scenery. Similarly, its education system is world class. From expert teaching staff to advanced facilities and resources, New Zealand is increasingly a leader in higher education. New Zealand has an excellent, centrally managed quality assurance system. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) requires that institutions are registered to enrol international students and ensures compliance with qualifications standards.Five New Zealand universities were ranked in the top 400 universities in the world by the 2013-2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.For more info connect to: https://www.idp.com/thailand/studyabroad

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Study in new zealand

Study In New Zealand


Why study in the new zealand

Why study in the New Zealand?

  • New Zealand offers a world-class education in a postcard-perfect environment.

  • World famous for its picturesque scenery.

  • Expert teaching staff to advanced facilities and resources, and it is increasingly a leader in higher education.

    Quality institutions

  • New Zealand has an excellent, centrally managed quality assurance system. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) requires that institutions are registered to enrol international students and ensures compliance with qualifications standards.

  • Five New Zealand universities were ranked in the top 400 universities in the world by the 2013-2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.


Education system

Education system…

The New Zealand tertiary education system is broadly divided into six sectors:

Universities

  • There are eight public universities in New Zealand, which offer undergraduate (bachelor) and postgraduate degrees. Universities are teaching and research-based

    Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics

  • New Zealand has 22 Institutes of Technology or Polytechnics

    Private tertiary and training institutions

  • They offer professional certificates, diplomas and degrees in a diverse range of subjects including the arts, hospitality, computer studies, quality management, ecotourism and others.


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Education system…

Teacher training

  • There are six government-funded institutions that specialise in teacher training.

    English language training sector

  • Private English language schools offer a variety of courses for all ages including adventure, business and academic programs. Adventure courses provide a balance of English language tuition and stimulating activity of students’ choice.

    Wãnanga

  • Wãnanga is the term for the Mãori providers of tertiary education and advanced study on Mãori tradition and custom, usually in the Mãori language.


Cost of studying

Cost of studying

  • One of the advantages of studying in New Zealand is value for your money. Living expenses and tuition costs are comparatively affordable.

  • Tuition fees vary depending on the type of course (arts or science; undergraduate/bachelor or postgraduate) and the duration of the course.

    Accommodation

  • Like other parts of the world, the cost of rental accommodation varies greatly depending on where you study and the style of accommodation. As a guide, the national median rental in May 2013 was NZ$360 per week for a three-bedroom home. In central parts of Auckland and Wellington, the median was nearer NZ$460 a week with more desirable homes up to NZ$660 per week.


Employment prospects

Employment prospects

  • In New Zealand, most 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 during holiday periods.

  • This not only helps top up the bank balance, but also provides an excellent opportunity to integrate in the community and meet new people.

    After graduation

  • With skill shortages across various sectors in the New Zealand labour market, 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 will allow them to live and work in New Zealand permanently.


Media contact

Media Contact:

IDP Education Thailand

  • Website URL: https://www.idp.com/thailand/studyabroad

  • Address: 313 Si Lom, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

  • City: Bangkok

  • State: Thailand

  • Zip code: 10500

  • Phone: +66 2 638 3111

  • Fax: 66 2231 0139

  • Business Email: [email protected]


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