A Brief about New Zealand.
New Zealand has highly tolerant, multicultural society, with a rich diversity of cultures, languages, and faiths. International students contribute significantly to this enriching environment- which makes New Zealand a brilliant place to study for international students. Our colleges and universities consistently do their utmost to ensure international students feel welcome on campuses and beyond; they clear that everyone with the talent and potential to succeed in higher education has the opportunity to do so, regardless of nationality, ethnic or national origins. New Zealand education has a well-established reputation for high quality universities among the best in the world. There are 8 top notch universities in the world in New Zealand, and 14 providers in the top 100. Universities and colleges in NZ have an outstanding reputation for world class research, which has been showcased during every stage whenever there is a global effect. New Zealand is immensely proud of its amazing people, staff and other government authorities to benefit all the international students, as well as current students in this global pandemic situation.
Why New Zealand?
The living expenses in New Zealand are cheaper than other study abroad destination like Canada, UK, the U.S and Australia. Fresh Food, accommodation options and transport facilities are easily available at affordable costs in the country. International students studying in New Zealand can work while studying which consistently support students in living and supporting themselves. Students are clear that everyone with the talent and potential to succeed in higher education has the opportunity to do so, regardless of nationality, ethnic or national origins.
Why is this country good for International students?
Graduates are proven to be amongst the most desirable in the world. Over 50 serving world leaders have benefitted from a NZ education. NZ education opens doors are open to everyone, wherever you go in the world.
It has less traffic and quieter cities than many other countries. If you want a taste of the quiet country life, New Zealand has plenty of it to offer. In New Zealand, there’s effectively very little difference between permanent residency and citizenship. As a permanent resident, you can vote, come and go as you please, and have access to all the same government-subsidized perks, like public education and tax-funded healthcare, as citizens do.