New Zealand consistently comes out near the top in ratings of the world’s best places to live in terms of quality of life. It has an appealing climate, stunningly beautiful natural landscapes, friendly people and cities which are modern and multicultural. This peaceful country is very welcoming to international students besides top-notch education, the country has plenty of great qualities which makes it very attractive to international students
New Zealand gives you a first-class academic education combined with the practical, hands-on learning that teaches you to think critically. There are eight universities in New Zealand, all of which feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2019. New Zealand’s higher education system also includes 18 institutes of technology and polytechnics, which offer vocational courses of varying lengths and levels, focusing on practical skills and hands-on experience.
While studying in New Zealand you can work 20 hours per week and full time during scheduled holidays. Working opportunities gives New Zealand work experience and help support you while you’re studying abroad. It also helps in developing skills such as communication, teamwork, timekeeping, interpersonal skills and workplace-relevant English language skills.
Kiwis have great work-life balance and constantly leads quality of life rankings. They believe in balancing a good day’s work or study with time after work and on the weekends to catch up with family and friends, enjoy hobbies and explore nature. New Zealand’s relaxed pace of life gives you the time to enjoy moments while you are studying in abroad.
International students who study in New Zealand are eligible for a post-study work visa once they’ve gained their qualification. You will be granted for one, two or three years, depending on what qualification you gain and where you study. During you post study work visa you have open work conditions, meaning you will be able to work for almost any employer in New Zealand and your visa won’t tie to you a specific job or location.
New Zealand is named the world’s second most peaceful country by the Global Peace Index, and the world’s least corrupt country by Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index. It is beautiful country and everyday can be adventures and fun in New Zealand. After studying in New Zealand you might have migrating opportunities to live in the country.
On the east coast of North Island, Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city known for its especially multicultural community, and for the wide range of high-adrenaline activities available in and around the city.
On the south coast of North Island, Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand here, you’ll find beaches, forests, islands, hills and vineyards all within easy reach.
Christchurch is the largest city on the island and the third most-populous urban area in New Zealand prides itself on its large areas of public parkland and picturesque river banks, as well as its thriving arts and cultural scene.
Dunedin is the main city in the Otago region retains a leading position in the country’s culture, and is a major student hub, with students accounting for a significant proportion of its community.