Why Study in New Zealand?
New Zealand may be best known for its stunning countryside, a population of 4.4 million who enjoy classy wine and herds of sheep. However, with study costs, financial aid and post-graduation employment prospects emerging as highly important factors in choosing a destination, New Zealand is gradually drawing itself towards the centre stage of international education. The education model adopted by New Zealand has fundamental principles taken from the UK institutions and hence is research and practical oriented.
The New Zealand Government is investing heavily in its education sector with projections of international enrolments increasing by 2025 to more than double of what they are today. The broad range of study and research opportunities is also boosting their presence in the global marketplace. Moreover, 7 of the 8 Universities in New Zealand have consistently featured in the top 500 Universities across the globe. This is why more and more students are choosing to study in New Zealand. If you too are considering to study in New Zealand, you must contact us and we will guide you step by step.
Top Universities in New Zealand
New Zealand offers a high quality learning experience through its 8 internationally well-recognised universities. The New Zealand Vice Chancellor Committee is committed to building the country’s education system on strong values of research and practical orientation with high quality control on the modules offered at Universities.
Universities possess highly experienced faculty members many of whom come from industry and other very interesting backgrounds especially in the fields of Business, Sciences, Arts and Environmental Studies. The country also has an immense knowledge in sophisticated environmental and sustainable engineering and applied technology, and has made a series of innovations especially in outdoor activities including Commercial Bungee Jumping, The Jetpack and High Speed Amphibious Vehicles.
New Zealand University and colleges are growing in the following areas of study: Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine, Applied & Pure Sciences, Architecture & Construction, Engineering, Creative Arts & Design, Education & Training, Health & Medicine, Fitness & Personal Care and Travel & Hospitality.
The following are some of the important questions that the visa officer may ask during the telephonic interview time.
1. What is your passport no.?
2. What is your date of birth?
3. What is your educational level?
4. When did you complete your +2 or bachelor’s degree?
5. What courses did you study in your 10+2?
6. What is the definition Accounting/Computer Science/Biology?
7. Why do you wish you study in New Zealand?
6. Why do you wish to study in …college or university?
7. Why do you wish to continue your further study in Sydney/Melbourne etc.?
8. What is your future career plan?
9. Who do you support financially during your study period? Or who is your sponsors?
10. Why did you select this course? Is it relevant studies?
11. What is source of income of your sponsor?
12. What is the per annum tuition fees of your course?
13. What is the annual living cost for New Zealand?
14. Why did you choose this institute and how did you find about it?
15. Why did you select this course? Is it relevant to your previous studies?
16. Can you tell me the location of the university/college?
17. Why did you select New Zealand for higher studies? Isn’t this course offered by any university or college in Nepal?
18. What course are you going for?
19. What is the scope of your course?
20. What are the benefits of your course?
21. Why are you taking this course?
22. What is the course structure or Contents?
23. Do you intend to work in New Zealand after completion of your studies?
24. What do you intend to you after completion of your studies?
25. How much money can you earn after your completion of studies?
26. Where will you stay in New Zealand?
27. Who is your sponsor?
28. What proof do you have that your sponsor can support your studies?
29. What are the sources of income of your sponsor?
30. How are you related to him?
31. How many people are his/her dependents?
32. Do you have any relative or friend in New Zealand?
33. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
34. What is the course commencement date?
35. What will be the per year living costs in New Zealand?
36. What will you do during the off period/semester?
37. How much money is available for your stay in New Zealand?
38. Have you researched your career prospects?
39. Why should I (case officer) grant you a study VISA?
40. What will you do if your Visa is rejected?
41. Have you applied your visa through yourself or any consultant or agent?
42. If yes, then what is the name of your consultant or agent?
43. How many hours can you work in a week or fortnightly?