Why pursue higher education in NewZealand: top 10 reasons?

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Why pursue higher education in NewZealand: top 10 reasons?

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Why pursue higher education in NewZealand: top 10 reasons?

In recent years New Zealand has grown enormously as a big destination for higher education. There are vast opportunities for studying and research. The entry requirements for a student is easy and simple. The learning experience is quality education. The cost is affordable.There are plenty of Indians settled in New Zealand.

Top universities in New Zealand

S. No. Name of the University 2017 – World Rank
1. The University of Auckland 81
2. University of Otago 169
3. University of Canterbury 214
4. Victoria University of Wellington 228
5. University of Waikato 324
6. Massy University 340
7. Lincoln University 343
8. Auckland University of Technology 441 – 450

 

The college campus and universities are brimming with life.The higher education degrees that you obtain in New Zealand are acceptable all over the world. The support and the services offered in the schools and colleges are among the best in the world.

Top 10 reasons:

  1. Friendly People

The people of New Zealand are friendly and peace loving by nature. They are welcome to student’s coming from other nations for higher education. They feel the sense of pride in their education system. This allows education to thrive in a tourist’s paradise.

  1. Stable Economy

New Zealand, is a small country with a stable economy. The cost of living here is affordable. This makes it most preferred destination for higher education. The government is stable, so the education policies don’t keep changing.

  1. Climate

In NewZealand, the weather is mild. The mercury hovers around 25 degrees C during summer. In winter it is 10 degrees C. The pollution level is absolutely zero.

  1. Low Tuition Fee

The cost of studying is reasonably low priced. Graduation costs in New Zealand dollars – NZ$ 18,000 to NZ$ 25,000. Post Graduation fees are NZ$ 25,000 to NZ$ 30,000 in a year. For the student’s who choose to study in New Zealand, higher education in MBA or Engineering is much less than in US, UK, Canada and Australia.

  1. Popular Graduation Courses

The most sought after courses are Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Engineering, Agriculture Science, Tourism, Accounting and more.  Admission to MBA program tops the entry into the schools and colleges.

  1. VISA Rules

The entry rules for the students is very less documentation. An average score in GRE, GMAT, SAT and IELTS will get admission in the schools and colleges.

  1. Adventure Sports

There are several extra-curricular activities to pursue, including bungy jumping, skydiving, sea surfing, trekking, deep sea diving and more. It is an awesome country with scenic beaches.

Ecological Surroundings

The ecological balance and countryside are beautiful. Being small in size like Japan, Great Britain it is easy to reach or cycle down to your neighborhood. It is the most peaceful country in the world after Denmark.

  1. Working while Studying

You can work up to 20 hours a week. In vacation time 40 hours. The study office for international student’s in the universities helps in finding a job. You have issued a special work permit for 1 year after completion of your graduation. In this way, you can support your educational expenses.

  1. Permanent Residency (PR)

PR is granted to those student’s who work in jobs that are related to their graduation certificates. This is the most beneficial part of the student’s program or higher education in New Zealand.

 

 

 

 


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Australia and New Zealand, here we come!

Update on education in USA 

After the initial hiccups and apprehensions about studying in the USA, post-Trump election, things are settling down since there is no significant difference in admissions for students. Added to this, there has been no change in Government policy with regard to allowing international students in USA.

Most importantly, the proposed change in H1B visa rules favour students who study in USA. Those students will be preferred for H1B visas over applicants who want to go for on-shore employment through their employers. In other words, this is the RIGHT TIME to study in USA.

Manhattan Review (MR) has improved upon their processing methods and times to speed up the study experience in USA. Now, anyone with any profile can study in the United States. For more details, please contact your nearest center.

Australia and New Zealand, here we come! 

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Another wonderful development is that MR has opened its doors wide for students who want to study in Australia and New Zealand also.  With its wide range of programs, world-class universities and especially the possibility of ‘Permanent Residency’, Australia is sure to be a favourable destination to study. New Zealand’s quaint atmosphere, most beautiful sceneries, safety and top-notch education make it another prime destination for our students.

Perhaps, the best news is, our services to both Australia and New Zealand are totally FREE.

With a basket of countries on offer for you, Manhattan Review spreads it’s wings farther and wider to carry you to your dreamlands for higher education, employment and permanent residence.

Just to remind you, we now provide services to:

  • United States of America
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Australia and
  • New Zealand

Come, explore the wonderful possibilities and opportunities that await you all over the world. At MR, we make your dreams come true and the move ahead in your life successfully.

If you have any questions or comments, please submit them below in the comment section.

 


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Thousands of Indian students denied visa by New Zealand

Thousands of Indian students denied visa by New Zealand 

New Zealand has denied visas to thousands of Indian students after immigration authorities determined that most of the applicants from the country were not “really coming for studies“. Figures provided under the Official Information Act, 51 showed institutions (including half of the country’s polytechnics) have visa decline rates for Indian students of more than 30%. At most of the institutions more than half of applications are being turned down and at one the decline rate is 86%, Radio New Zealand reported. The figures covered the six months from the start of December 2015 to the end of May 2016 and were only for institutions with at least 10 visa applications from Indian students. Immigration New Zealand said that most of the applications were declined because it was not believed the applicant was really coming to study, or it was not proved that they had enough money to support themselves.

Brexit and its impact on Indian students –

For international students from outside the EU who are already required to pay international rates, tuition fees will not be directly affected by Brexit, although there are various factors that could affect the cost of study. If the pound remains weak against students’ home currency, these students ultimately will find themselves better off when they pay tuition in sterling.

However, if universities suffer financially after Brexit, whether because of a lack of EU funding or because fewer EU citizens decide to study at UK universities, they might decide to increase fees for international students to make up for the deficit.

While it is possible that there are big changes ahead with respect to tuition fees, research funding, visa restrictions, work opportunities and free movement across Europe, no one currently knows what form these might take or what their impact might be.

Any funding for Indian students linked to the EU might decrease after Brexit, but this is dependent on agreements to be worked out over the next few years. Otherwise, independent funding sources should not be affected.

Great News –

Another TEN visas for our students in the last 5 days! Two of our students who were rejected the first time got their visas approved the on second attempt. And, we have quite a few students who are taking up only our Visa Counseling Service after realizing the popularity and success of our service. What are you waiting for? If you have an admit, THIS is visa time for Fall 16. If you are looking for admissions for Spring or Fall 2017, a whole range of services are on offer at Manhattan Review. Meet your counselor or Center Manager, who will be pleased to help you plan your education plans in USA, Canada or Germany.

Wish you all the best.