New Zealand is located in the southern hemisphere of the globe. It comprises several islands but mainly divided into two islands i.e. northern island and southern island. The total area of New Zealand is 2,68,021 square kilometers. Its capital city is located in Wellington and mostly populated city is Auckland.
New Zealand’s current population is estimated at just over 4.75 million in 2018. The most recent census was held in 2018 but these results have not been released yet, however, we have the data from the previous census in 2013 when the total population was counted as 42,42,048 and the density of population is 18.2 per square kilometer.
According to estimated GDP of 2018, the total GDP is $ 199 billion and per capita income is $ 40266. And latest Human Development Index is 0.917 in New Zealand.
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New Zealand dollar ($) (NZD)
Every country has own education system. The educational system of New Zealand has been divided into four major sectors. They are Secondary Schools, Private Training Establishments, Institute of Technology and Poly technique’s and Universities. The NZQF has divided it into different levels ranging from level 1 to 10 including school level education to universities.
Following Chart describe the details NZQF Frameworks.
Accreditation is process of evaluating the quality of higher education institution as a whole or any specific program.External quality assurance of academic programs and institutions in New Zealand is undertaken by their sectors. Non – university sector is accredited by New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) and university is by Academic Quality Assurance for New Zealand Universities (AQA) and Committee on University Academic Programmed (CUAP)
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International students are often younger and potentially very vulnerable. After the first few exciting and sometimes bewildering weeks, settling into New Zealand life can be a lonely, anxious time for some students. The Code makes sure that international students are well informed, safe and properly cared for. All education providers that enroll international students must be a signatory to the Code.
A new Code of Practice, the new Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016, came into effect on 1 July 2016.
The NZQA maintains the register of education providers that the Code applies to. International students cannot study at an institution that is not a signatory to the Code.
The Code makes sure that:
Your immigration officer must give you written reasons for his or her decision to decline your application based on immigration instructions.
For New Zealand, you should must have the following documents
Know some interesting facts about New Zealand
New Zealanders love their cars! 2.5 million cars for 4 million people (including the kids) makes New Zealand’s car ownership rate one of the highest in the world.
Although it is around the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries.
In 1893, New Zealand became the first country to give women the right to vote.
Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person to climb Mount Everest in 1953, was a New Zealander.
New Zealand is after all the very first country to greet each new day!
While Rugby remains the most popular spectator sport in New Zealand.
New Zealand won the first ever Rugby World Cup, held in 1987.
Here’s a really good reason to visit New Zealand – there are no snakes in the country!
There are also no nuclear power stations in New Zealand
We have the following courses available in New Zealand
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