Top Reasons to Study in NZ
Janie @11th March
If you are planning to do your higher studies in a foreign country, I would say the wisest decision in your life is to choose New Zealand as your dream destination. With its natural beauty, most international students are attracted to the country every year to pursue higher studies. On the other hand, there are many other reasons to select this amazing destination as follows.
Quality of the Education
The education system is related to the British education system and it’s well organized. With an excellent education system, internationally accredited qualifications, ample research opportunities, and matchless quality of life, New Zealand has a lot to offer. Most of the universities in NZ are included in the QS world rankings. And also nearly 30000 international students are learning across the country.
Affordable Tuition Fees
New Zealand offers study programs for the lower tuition fees compared with other popular learning destinations such as the UK, USA, Australia, and Canada. Normally the tuition fees for a year cost around 20000 New Zealand dollars. Furthermore, most universities provide courses with financial support for the students. You can apply for a full scholarship or a half scholarship when you are applying for a course.
New Zealanders are very friendly and they always welcome international students to their country. Even the crime rate of New Zealand is very low and it is the second-safest country in the world according to the world rankings. Therefore you can select NZ without any hesitation.
NZ allows international students to take up part-time jobs while studying in a university. Therefore you can cover your loving expenses by earning some extra money in NZ. At the same time, you can apply for the post-study work visa after you completed your degree and it is the easiest pathway to apply for the PR also.
Multi Cultured Society
New Zealand is a multicultural country. There are a lot of international students also. You can easily find a person from your culture and society as soon as you arrived here. But Māori is the indigenous people of New Zealand. Māori culture is a very central part of life here and this includes Māori food, language, and customs. Even if you’re just living here for a short time, you must know, understand and respect Māori customs and how to interact in Māori culture.