STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand is one of the top countries in education quality index. In additional to academic programs, international students are allowed to have part-time jobs at maximum of 20 hours per week so that they can experience the cultures and working environment of the nation. Moreover, New Zealand has been providing plenty of job opportunities upon graduation.
Going to the New Zealand at high school level will help your children access an advanced education from an early age. Create a strong foundation for your child’s future.
Quality education, unique curriculum, multicultural environment, and abundant opportunities are just some of the reasons why many International students want to study in Bachelor Degree in New Zealand.
The New Zealand style of learning emphasises problem-solving and critical thinking. These are essential skills for the global workforce. Real-world projects, internship opportunities and industry links will help ensure you’re work-ready when you graduate
New Zealand offers a perfect combination of excellent research opportunities, affordable fees and stunning extra-curricular activities. All eight of the country universities feature in current global rankings. So, wherever you study your PhD, you’ll be researching at an internationally recognised institution.
Whether you spend just a few weeks on an New Zealand student exchange or you decide to spend a full semester in the New Zealand, you’ll return home with new cultural insights and renewed confidence in your English speaking abilities.
Summer camp – Learning and exploring some of the most popular places in New Zealand: Auckland – Milford Sound – Christchurch – Hobbiton town
Short-Term English Courses
The potential benefits of short-term English courses include: communication skill development, industry accreditation, accessibility, and a realistic pathway to further study.
Long-Term English Courses
More than just language courses, long-term courses will prepare you for your new future as a confident English speaker and enable you to thrive in an academic setting
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GOING TO NEW ZEALAND?
There are 3 things you need to prepare before study in New Zealand. These are: the educational requirements, tuition and student visa.
The educational requirements include: education level and English proficiency. Specific requirements for each educational level are as follows:
|High school||Completed 9th grade, from 14 years old|
|Pre-University→ Completion of the program students will transition into Year 1 of the Bachelor program||Completion of grade 11, IELTS 5.0 – 5.5|
|College→ Completion of the program students will transition into year 2 of the Bachelor program||Completion of grade 12, IELTS 5.5 – 6.0|
|Bachelor program||Graduated from high school, IELTS 6.0|
|Postgraduate||Graduate from college, IELTS 6.0 – 6.5|
Cost of studying is very important, both to improve your professional knowledge and to broaden your career path. The cost of studying in New Zealand is divided into two main categories: tuition fees and living expenses. Tuition fee is the amount set by the school for the entire course with the main purpose of ensuring costs for training activities. Living expenses is the amount you need to prepare to pay for housing, meals, travel … during your study abroad in New Zealand. Depending on your the industry you choose to study as well as the place to live, the cost you need to prepare is as follows:
|Tuition||11.000 – 37.000 NZD/year (Depend on the major)|
|Cost of living||1.000 – 1.200 NZD/month (depending on the region or city you choose to study)|
|English courses||Basic English: 300 NZD/week; English in advance: 5.100 NZD/course/ 12 weeks|
Famous as one of the countries with the most attractive student remuneration policies in the world. the Kiwi Bird Country allows international students to study in New Zealand while working 20 hours per week, and full times during the holidays. Depending on the job position, experience requirements and location, the hourly wage you receive varies from 14 – 15 NZD. This is an ideal opportunity for you to improve your communication skills, develop English, accumulate useful life experiences as well as make more wonderful relationships to enrich your life.
To be eligible for the New Zealand student visa you must have a minimum English proficiency of IELTS 4.5. Documents to apply for a visa include resume, passport, transcript, letter of admission, letter of acceptance of accommodation in New Zealand, proof of financial … Proof of financial study in New Zealand is requirements for most international students. Proof of financial will help the Embassy see your ability to pay for your study and living expenses during your stay and research here. On the other hand, it also shows serious learning purpose, helping the application review process more smoothly. Accordingly, you must:
- Proof of minimum income of 1,250 NZD / month if the course is less than 36 weeks
- Proof of minimum income of 15,000 NZD / year if the course lasts more than 36 weeks
Contact Thanh Xuan Edu – New Zealand student recruitment representative in Vietnam for guidance on financial proof, preparation of documents as well as advice on choosing a school, choosing the appropriate field.