Why Study in Newzealand
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Educational institutions in New Zealand offer a wide variety of courses and New Zealand welcomes international students at all of its institutions. Students intending to study in New Zealand can be assured of achieving qualifications that are at a standard comparable to qualifications achieved in leading educational institutions in other parts of the world.
The New Zealand Government has put in place strong national quality assurance systems, designed to help institutions maintain the quality and consistency of training and assessment programmes. All courses, programmes and qualifications offered by registered providers must be approved by a quality assurance body.
New Zealand's temporary immigration policies aim to facilitate the entry of foreign students and have a focus on attracting and developing students who have the skills New Zealand needs. Like other host countries, New Zealand promotes the policy linkages between study, work, and permanent residence. This research shows that over one-quarter of foreign students who study in New Zealand stay on in the country as temporary workers or permanent residents.
Recent changes in New Zealand's student immigration policy have strengthened the link between study and work, meaning foreign students have greater opportunities to stay on in New Zealand to work.
New Zealand offers a safe and stable democratic political environment. New Zealand does not have high crime rates. Police in New Zealand don’t carry guns and instances of corruption are virtually unheard of. They don’t have abject poverty or hunger, pollution, congestion, health issues and cramped city living that is seen elsewhere.
According to NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life Index, New Zealand is ranked as a good place to live, work, and study. It was ranked highly on the basis that it has an affordable cost of living that offers residents a high standard of living.