Study in New Zealand
About New Zealand
 
New Zealand is nestled in the South Pacific Ocean 2,162 km (1,343 miles) from Australia, our closest neighbor and friend.  There are just over four million New Zealanders, and every single one is either an immigrant or descended from one. By most other standards, New Zealand is a very young country, with European settlement on a large scale only occurring over the last 150 years. English is the main written and spoken language in New Zealand – with a number of different accents! Maori is also an officially recognized language and is spoken fluently by over 4% of the population. With majestic mountain ranges, sweeping plains, fjords, imposing native forests, crystal clear inland lakes, miles of golden sand beaches and numerous bays dotted around one of the longest coastlines in the world.  New Zealand enjoys a well deserved reputation as a liberal and tolerant society. We do have enormous freedoms; however there are certain laws that are strictly enforced for citizens’ safety and health. 

You can explore more about New Zealand from
www.immigration.govt.nz
 
Study in New Zealand
 
As a former British colony, New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. New Zealand offer world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and our qualifications are valued and transferable throughout the world. The OECD Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) ranks New Zealand's school system very highly. PISA is a 3 yearly survey of the achievement levels of 15-year old students in major industrialised countries. New Zealand consistently ranks at or near the top across a range of student achievement indicators. In the latest PISA studies, New Zealand’s 15 year olds ranked second in literacy and third in the world in numeracy skills.

You can explore more about Study in New Zealand (Including Available Courses and institutes) from following links
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New Zealand Student Visa Procedure
 
To receive a New Zealand Student Visa or Student Permit so you can study in New Zealand you must first meet New Zealand Immigration requirements for international students. The course or courses you intend to undertake must also meet New Zealand Immigration requirements.

You can explore more about New Zealand Student Visa Procedure from following links
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Work Permits for Students - Working After Graduation
 
There are two policies under which students can get a work visa and permit in New Zealand :

Study to Work Policy – for students who want to work in New Zealand after successfully completing their studies. See www.immigration.govt.nz

Students and Trainee Policy – for students or trainees who want to gain work experience in New Zealand to fulfill a course requirement. See www.immigration.govt.nz
 
Skilled Migrant Category
 
If you’ve got the skills that New Zealand need and want to make New Zealand your long-term destination, Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) offers you the opportunity to move to New Zealand to work and live permanently.

For more details visit : www.immigration.govt.nz
 
Notes for Students
 
  • Students should not make educational choice on the basis of hoping to achieve migration outcome, as the Migration Program will continue to change according to need of New Zealand labor Market and New Zealand’s economical need.
  • Document Forgery is Serious Crime. So please never think about Fake document or Document forgery.