- STUDY IN NEWZEALAND
STUDY IN NEWZEALAND
Courses are available for academic, professional and vocational studies at universities, polytechnics and private training establishments.
Twenty five institutions in New Zealand are part of the polytechnic system and provide education and training in a broad range of industry and occupation based vocational studies. Many polytechnics offer undergraduate degree programs as well.
New Zealand has Eight universities offering degree programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in academic and professional studies.
All universities offer a broad range of subjects for degrees in commerce, science and the arts. Each university has also developed its own specialist subjects, such as engineering, computer studies, medicine and agriculture.
There are also a number of private tertiary institutes and private training providers.
WORK OPPORTUNITY IN NEW ZEALAND
WORK WHILE STUDYING
Under present immigration regulations international students on long term student permits are entitled to work up to 20 hours per week during term time and 40 hours during the summer break.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO WORK UP TO 20 HOURS PER WEEK IF THEY ARE :
Enrolled in a full-time course lasting at least two academic years;
Studying towards a New Zealand qualification that would gain points under New Zealand residence policy;
Studying a full-time course to develop English language skills – to qualify, you must have an IELTS (General or Academic Module) overall band score of at least 5.0
Students must not undertake employment in New Zealand until they have permission from the New Zealand Immigration Service. This permission stating rights to work is automatically printed on student visa label provided the student applies for variation of conditions to student permit while visa application.
WORK PERMITS FOR PARTNERS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The partners of postgraduate students may apply for a work permit valid for the same period of time as their partner’s student permit. If your partner is interested in working they should approach the New Zealand Immigration Service and make an application.
WORK OPPORTUNITIES AFTER STUDIES
After the completion of the studies, if student has studied a course which is level 7 or above then he/she will be eligible for 1 year of job search Visa. If the course is less then Level 7 then he/she has to study for minimum 2 years to obtain 1 year of job search Visa. Later when student gets permanent job offer (an offer that qualifies the visa requirement) in the related filed of study, he/she may apply for PR.
INSTITUTES AND POLYTECHNICS (GOVT.COLLEGES)
|Ara Institute of Canterbury (ARA)||Christchurch|
|Eastern Institute of Technology (Hawkes Bay) (EIT)||Napier(hawke bay)|
|Manukau Institute of Technology||Manukau|
|Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT||Nelson|
|Northland Polytechnic (NorthTec)||Whangarei|
|Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)||Invercargill|
|Tai Poutini Polytechnic||Invercargill|
|The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand|
|Unitec New Zealand||Auckland|
|Universal College of Learning (UCOL)||Palmeston North|
|Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic||Rotorua/Tauranga|
|Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)||Hamilton|
|1||Auckland Wise College(AWI)||Auckalnd|
|3||Queens Academic Group||Auckalnd|
|4||Raffles Design Institute||Auckalnd|
|5||International College of Linguistics (ICL)||Auckalnd|
|7||Quantum Education Group||Auckalnd|
|8||New Zealand Academy of Studies (NZAS)||Auckalnd|
|9||New Zealand Management Academics (NZMA)||Auckalnd|
|11||International Linguistic College||Auckalnd|
|13||Oxford International Academy||Auckalnd|
|14||North Shore International Academy||Auckalnd|
|16||New Zealand Institute of Education||Auckland, Manukau,Takapuna|