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Student Visa New Zealand

Student Visa New Zealand
Why Study In New Zealand

New Zealand has a world-class education system in place, which emphasizes on teaching students to learn problem solving, analytical thinking and being creative and innovative. It has a multi-cultural society, because of many years of migration from all parts of the world. This is seen in its approach to education that enables freethinking and flexibility.

New Zealand is one of the most picturesque destinations in the world. It offers a variety of courses at different levels catering to every student’s needs.

1. Study-to-Residence Pathway New Zealand offers a clear pathway from education to residency.

Job Search Open Work Visa

New Zealand’s immigration policies include a post-study work pathway for international students who have completed a New Zealand qualification. This makes it possible for you to find a job and get work experience in a field directly related to your studies. This also makes it easier to apply for residence.

To qualify for a 1 Year Job Search Work visa, you will need to have obtained a recognised New Zealand qualification of:

✓ At least two academic years’ (a minimum of four semesters and 16 months total) duration;
✓ A postgraduate qualification of at least one academic year’s duration;
✓ A credit-transferred bachelor’s degree with at least one year’s study in New Zealand (previously announced);
✓ Any level seven qualification of at least one academic year’s duration (including level 7 diplomas and graduate qualifications);

Once you receive your Job Search Work Visa, your partner will also be granted a 1-year open work visa.

The open work visas, for the student who has completed a qualification and the partner, will entitle them to work in any occupation, with any employer and anywhere in New Zealand.

If you want to stay in New Zealand for longer you’ll need to find a job that is relevant to the qualification you achieved here.

Once you are given a job offer relevant to your qualification or work experience and you wish to stay in New Zealand long-term, you can now apply for residence visa under the Skilled Migrant Category.

2. Work while you study Most students enrolled in a course of 12 months’ duration or longer can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during the school term and full-time during scheduled breaks. This allows you to gain practical experience relevant to your qualification or previous work experience.

This can also provide you with an excellent opportunity to integrate in the community and meet new people.

3. World Class Education New Zealand is internationally known for its education standards and consistently ranks amongst the best in the world.

Studying in New Zealand allows you to gain a qualification that is recognised by OECD and other countries.

4. Quality Standards and Monitoring New Zealand has an excellent and centrally managed quality assurance system. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) requires that institutions are registered to enrol international students and ensures compliance with qualifications standards on quality of education and the pastoral care of international students.

5. Safe learning environment in a beautiful country New Zealand is ranked fourth in the 2014 Global Peace Index Report.

The country is internationally seen as a photogenic and friendly country offering visitors limitless options for adventure and exploration.

5 Easy steps for student visa process:

  1. Student applies for a programme of study in New Zealand
  2. We organise the student an Offer of Place and Tax Invoice from a New Zealand Institute.
  3. We then apply for your student visa with Immigration New Zealand.
  4. Once the visa is APPROVED IN PRINCIPLE, then the student must pay the course fees in FULL.
  5. Immigration then completes the process and the student will receive their visa.
If the visa is not approved, Immigration New Zealand will send a Letter to the student explaining why they were declined.
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