study in New Zealand

STUDY in NEW ZEALAND:

New Zealand is ranked the 4th most peaceful (Global Peace Index), 4th safest and 3rd most creative country and the best country in the world (Telegraph Travel Award 2016). Being one of the major English speaking countries, safe, politically stable and culturally diverse New Zealand offers a high quality education. New Zealand offers a world-class education in a postcard-perfect environment. New Zealand has an excellent, centrally managed quality assurance system. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) requires that institutions are registered to enroll international students and ensures compliance with qualifications standards. Study in New Zealand

Why Study in New Zealand?

The following are some of the reasons that seem to attract Nepalese students from Nepal to study in New Zealand.

  1. Quality Learning

The New Zealand education system is based on the British education model. New Zealand’s higher education programs are well known for their quality of teaching and advanced facilities. The government of New Zealand gas excellent quality assurance systems to monitor and ensure quality education. Students can immensely benefit with their practical oriented education and excellent teaching standards.

  1. Minimal Requirements

New Zealand Universities have minimal entry requirements for many programs. There is not much competition to get admission in a university whether it is bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or postgraduate diploma courses in New Zealand. Students with passing marks and moderate grades can study there easily. Also, there is no age bar to study in New Zealand.

The international students seeking admission in New Zealand Universities can pay the tuition fee after they get student visa approval for New Zealand.

  1. The best place in the world to live

For the second year running, Wellington has topped Deutsche Bank’s list of 50 cities with the best quality of life, making it the most livable city in the world. Wellington was ranked as the least polluted, the fourth best for property to income ratio and commuting, and fifth best for its climate – earning it the top spot overall.

  1. Safe and secure city

Wellington is ranked as the 16th best city in the world for safety by the Economist 2017 Safe Cities Index. Wellington also ranks 2nd in the world for personal security.

  1. Amazing education systems

New Zealand has the best education system in the world according to the Legatum Prosperity Index Institute. This index is based on household income, economic growth and quality of life.

  1. Breathtaking views and outdoor spaces

Wellington enjoys over 2100 sunshine hours per year so you can take advantage of the stunning regional parks and 497km of coastline near you. Have breakfast in one of our city’s amazing cafes, shop on Lambton Quay or Cuba St, kayak in the harbour, hike in the bush or go for a dip in the ocean.

  1. Opportunity to settle permanently in New Zealand

The breathtaking landscapes and relaxed lifestyle may make you want to stay…forever.

If you complete our level 4 and level 5 qualification in New Zealand, you will be eligible for a 12 month Post Study Work Visa. For more details about your work rights during or after your studies, please refer to the New Zealand Immigration website.

Depending on what you study, you may be able to work in New Zealand for up to four years, and possibly even gain residence.

First you need to apply for a visa and have it approved. The study to work pathway has two steps:

Post-study work visa (open).This visa gives you up to 12 months to get a job in a field related to your studies. While you are looking for a job in your field you are allowed to work in any job to support yourself.

Post-study work visa (employer assisted).This visa lets you stay in New Zealand to gain work experience for a further two years (or three years if work experience is required as part of a professional registration). This visa relates to a specific job with a specific employer.

After your post-study work visa (employer assisted) you may qualify for a New Zealand resident visa under the Skilled Migrant Category. If your work is in an occupation that has skill shortages, this improves your chances of being allowed to stay, either with work visas or residence.

Why SLASH

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  • Assistance on University application
  • Guidance on Documentation
  • Guidance on Admission interview
  • Assistance on Visa Lodgment
  • Pre-departure guidance
  • Proper Care and Support While Studying