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Study in New Zealand

ABOUT NEW ZEALAND

Legend has it that New Zealand was fished from the sea and the fact has it that New Zealand was the last land mass on the earth to be discovered, making New Zealand the youngest. The first New Zealanders, the Maori, migrated here from their ancestral Polynesian homeland of Hawaiki. This was followed about 800 years later by extensive European migration.
New Zealanders enjoy maximum freedom. Political stability and the people from varieties of cultures make NZ one of the main places of attraction for international students.
 
It can be, expectedly, another point to consider for Nepalese students who are planning to study in NZ - the police there do not carry guns. New Zealand offers you a religious freedom.About 10 % of the population (4 millions) is actively Christian and many of the public holidays are from the Christian calendar.
 

CITIES:

The main cities are Auckland (the largest) , Hamilton, Palmerstone North, the capacity Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
 

WHY STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND

Degrees from universities represented by The Ivory Edu Care are globally recognized.
  • Friendly people and environment 
  • English is spoken in and out of their classroom.
  • Cultural immersion is a perspective broadening experience.
  • Not limited to classroom rather there are ample of opportunities to explore the region.
  • Part time job 2 Hours per week and full time on vacation.
  • PR opportunities.

Tertiary/Polytechnic /University programs:

  • Bachelor’s Degrees
  • Graduate and Post-Graduate Diplomas
  • Master’s Degrees
  • Diplomas and Certificates
  • Short Courses (gap years)
  • English Language Courses
  • Foundation Studies
  • Study Abroad
  • Student Exchange Program

Course Available:

Aviation, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism, Hotel Management , Horticulture, Graphic Design, Marine study, Hair Design, Fashion Design, social work, Electrical engineering, Mechanical engineering, Beautician & Cosmetology, Retail Pharmacy, Nursing, IT, Science, Visual Imaging, Computer Graphic, Veterinary Nursing, Fine Arts and many more……..

REQUIREMENTS:

English Language Requirement:
Minimum 5.0 Band

EVIDENCE OF FUNDS AND INCOME  

  • Loan sanction letter       
  • Bank statements/Bank passbooks for past six months, not more than one week old 
  • Other movable and immovable assets 
  • CA statement/ summary statement 
  • Last three years income tax papers of all family members
  • Income source
COST REQUIREMENT:
 
It is recommended that tertiary students budget up to NZ $ 15000 per annum in living expenses.
Additional costs vary according to your age, the course you are taking, and the type of accommodation you choose, so the following estimates are only a guideline and outlined here for your perusal:
  • Textbooks and stationery - $500 per annum 
  • ID card- $20
  • Bus fares $30 to $60 per week
  • Tea/Coffee- $1 -$3 per cup     

VISA PROCESS:

  • Check the application closing date for your program.
  • Check the entry requirement for your program.
  • Apply for your desire course
  • LOO issued 
  • Prepare your supporting document for visa.
  • Lodge the visa.
  • Wait till approval notice form High Commission 
  • After Approval in Principal (AIP) Pay your fees
  • wait for final visa & get ready to fly.

TAX SYSTEM:

If you study in NZ for more than 183 days (6 months) in any 12 month period and have what the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) considers an “enduring relationship” with NZ, you are a “resident” for tax purposes. Employers deduct PAYE (pay as you earn) tax from any wages or salary you earn. IRD number, an individual number, you should apply for at the IRD. RWT (Resident Withholding Tax) – If you have money in a NZ bank, the bank will deduct the RWT from an interest you earn, on behalf of the government. The financial year is from 1 April to 31 March. Tax is payable by 7 February, or 7 March if an accountant/ tax agent helps with your tax return.

VISA WAIVER AGREEMENT:

A citizen of a country which has a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand (you can stay up to three months). Fifty-three countries have a visa-waiver agreement with NZ; Nepal is not one of them.
 
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