Study and Work in New Zealand?
New Zealand is poised right on the edge of the world we’re the first to see the sun rise. It is also home to many international students from all around the world, who choose to study, live and work here. So why is New Zealand so popular with international students?
Less Expensive to Study in New Zealand
The cost of study in New Zealand is generally less expensive than other English speaking countries. The chance to combine studying with travel makes New Zealand even more interesting to choose as an opportunity to study and work in and is known for it’s very high standards of education.
It’s pristine environment has seen New Zealand become a Mecca for outdoor activities, such as water sports, tramping (hiking), fishing – both sea and fresh water, scuba diving and skiing.
Opportunity to work in New Zealand
There is the opportunity to work full-time in New Zealand after completion of your Business and I.T, Diploma courses.
Our international students seem to agree. They tell us “New Zealand is so beautiful”, “New Zealand is not crowded”, “New Zealand is not too expensive”, “New Zealand is a friendly country”, “New Zealand has great beaches”, “New Zealand has great diving”, “New Zealand has great skiing”, “New Zealand is clean and green.”
And it’s all true. New Zealand cities rank highly among the world’s most liveable citie’s dure to our prosperity, long life expectancy, economic freedom and lack of corruption.
New Zealanders are also known as the world’s greatest travellers. We love to experience new cultures and we like to feel welcome when we’re overseas – so we return the favour to our international students. An education here is often the beginning of lifelong friendships.
Beyond the warm welcome, you’ll find a place where safety and security are valued.
We’re proud that Zealand was the first country to adopt a code of practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom
We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful country, and to the New Zealand Institute of Education
Study and Work – Auckland City
Our campuses are situated in Auckland City. Auckland City is the largest City in New Zealand and is the commercial capital of New Zealand which means there are plenty of opportunities for students who are also eligible to work part-time through their studies.
Auckland is known as the “City of Sails” because of it’s beautiful harbour location. The lifestyle in Auckland is very laid back and Aucklanders are very relaxed people as it’s such an easy city to live in . It’s very multi-cultural so if you miss your food or culture you’ll be able to find it in Auckland.
Auckland was recently voted the fifth best lifestyle city in the world (Mercer Annual Quality of Life Survey) and is often voted in the Top 10 Cities to live in the world. Aucklanders love water and you’ll always find yourself close to a beach or lake. In fact, our campus in Takapuna is only 5 minutes walk to the beach.
For more info on what to do in Auckland head to our useful links section for more information.
Here are some quick facts about Auckland.
Population: more than 1.4m people (NZ’s largest city)
Student visitors: around 50,000 international students live in Auckland
Climate: around 23o C in summer, and 14o C in winter