New Zealand’s education system concentrates on training students to bring solutions of problems, research, examine and apply data, to work with others to create things innovatively. The education system assists the students in broadening their knowledge and way of looking at things differently. New Zealand provides standard education to the students with opportunity to excel there experiences
Admission & Visa Process
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List of Universities & Colleges
There are eight universities in New Zealand, all of which are included in the QS World University Rankings 2015/16, in general inspiring considered that the country’s population is only around 4.5 million. Additionally, New Zealand’s higher education system also includes 20 institutes of technology and polytechnics that offer vocational courses of . . .
Programs by Faculty
Universities in New Zealand offer professional courses to national as well as international students. Most common courses offered in New Zealand are listed below:
• Graduate Program in Professional Economics
• Applied Finance (MAF)
• Architecture (Professional)
• Commerce (M.Com)
• Disaster Management
• E-Government Program
• Engineering Management
• Engineering Studies in Medical Devices and Technologies
• Entrepreneurship (MEntr)
• Global Business
• Information Management (M.I.M.)
• Information Studies (M.I.S.)
• International Business (MIntBus)
• International Studies
• Management (MMgt)
• Marketing (MMktg)
• Professional Accounting
• Public Health
• Post Experience Programs in Public Policy
Work Rights During Study
Students are also permitted to work together with studies (either full-time seasonal work in June, July and August, or part-time work of no more than ten hours a week).
Post Study Work Rights
• Upon graduation student are approved one year work visa namely Search Year (“zoekjaar”) under Orientation year for Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates to help them find employment.
Upon finding a Job you will be able to extend your stay, leading to permanent residence in Netherlands.
♦ College admission letter
♦ Previous educational transcripts/certificates
♦ Sufficient funds
♦ Valid IELTS/ TOEFL score
♦ Valid passport
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