New Zealand: Admission and visa guidelines
New Zealand remains an immensely accessible country for immigration purposes. Over the last three years, there has been a steady rise in the number of students applying to New Zealand for undergraduate courses.
Higher education here remains inexpensive as compared to the UK or the USA. Management and Commerce, Medicine, IT and Pure Sciences are the most sought after courses in the country. University of Auckland, University of Canterbury, Lincoln University andUniversity of Waikato are the most popular choices. The duration of student visa is initially for a year and later is extended for the duration of the course.
Students can avail of a year’s job search visa after completion of their course and get a two-year work permit if they manage to get a job in their area of study. Located in the southern hemisphere, the winter lasts from June to August while January and February are the warmest months. With various recreational options offered to students, the country is a haven for those who love adventure sports.
One does not need a student visa for one or more courses of study, up to a total of three months, which the New Zealand Qualifications Authority has approved or exempted. In such cases, one might need to apply for a visitor visa. If the study period is more than three months, students can apply for visas while they stay there.
Submit filled-up visa application form along with letter of acceptance from the university, a valid passport, evidence of payment of fees, accommodation and sufficient funds
You have to meet medical requirements and provide a temporary entry X-ray certificate.
Evidence of a return ticket to your country or evidence of sufficient funds to buy one is needed.
Once your visa application is approved, ensure your passport is valid for 3 months after your date of departure from New Zealand.
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Which are the colleges in New Zealand accepting IELTS band score 7 for admission to Sound Design course
Some top institutions in which you can try with IELTS band score 7 in New Zealand are enlisted below :-
- University of Auckland
- University of Otago
- Victoria University of Wellington
- University of Canterbury
- University of Waikato
- Massey University
- Lincoln University
- Auckland University of Technology
I hope this answer helps you.
I wish to become a Neurosurgeon, I predict that I have a career period of 30 years. I wish to practice half career in the countries of the US, Singapore, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, or Australia and I wish to practice last half of my career in India. Is my wish possible? Is my wish a good one?
As long as you have an active medical license in your country that being india yes you can practice medicine anywhere in the world provided that you have some references who can recommend you to the place you want to work at and a good background check. That is the most important thing to consider. And yes your wish can come true if you work hard for it. All the best
Is New Zealand a safe place for Indians to work and live in?
According to ENZ.org (a
Government affiliate), since 2011 18,000
have migrated to
. In 2011, the
was 155000, so there are 174,000
Indians in New Zealand
(2014) due to the additional immigration of 18,000.
According to the 2018 Census, Hindus represent 2.63% of the population of the New Zealand . There are about 123,534 Hindus in New Zealand .
What is the Working hours of Neurosurgeons in the New Zealand?
Neurologists can work in hospitals or in private offices. Their average week is approximately 40 hours . If you go into this career and would like to maintain consistent hours , then opening up a private practice or working in a research or medical school may be better for you.
What is the salary of Neurosurgeons in New Zealand?
Neurosurgeons in New Zealand are considered specialist consultants. Their base salary is anywhere from NZ $151,000 to NZ $600,000. When they are training the salary is NZ $70,000 to NZ $75,000.