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Posted on: September 24th, 2014 by admin No Comments

WHY STUDY ABROAD Need help convincing the parents? Do they think it’s just a way to waste time, spend money, and get out of studying abroad for a semester or year, or working for the summer? It’s important that they understand the benefits of studying abroad. If you ask anybody who has studied abroad, he or she will most certainly tell you that it is a life-changing experience and one of the most rewarding things he or she has ever done. Perhaps you’re not certain what benefits you can reap from an extended stay in a foreign country. Here are 5 very excellent reasons why you should take the plunge: Expands your worldview: Students who study abroad return home with an informed and much less biased perspective toward other cultures and peoples. Students who study abroad return home with new ideas and perspectives about themselves and their own culture. Being immersed in an entirely new cultural setting is scary at first, but it’s also exciting. It’s an opportunity to discover new strengths and abilities, conquer new challenges, and solve new problems. You will encounter situations that are wholly unfamiliar to you and will learn to adapt and respond in effective ways. Enhances employment opportunities: Through an employer’s eyes, a student who has studied abroad is self-motivated, independent, willing to embrace challenges, and able to cope with diverse problems and situations. Your experience living and studying in a foreign country, negotiating another culture, and acquiring another language will all set you apart from the majority of other job applicants. Enhance the value of your degree: While abroad, you can take courses you would never have had the opportunity to take on your home campus. In addition, study abroad gives your language skills such a boost that it is normally quite easy to add a minor in a language or even a second major without having to take many more additional courses after the return to your home campus. Improves your network: The relationships formed while studying abroad might become some of the deepest friendships you will ever develop. You will have the opportunity to meet people from different backgrounds and cultures. Study abroad returnees often report meeting others with whom they expected to have no common ground and then discovered that, despite being from different parts

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of the globe, they have much in common and much to learn from one another. These relationships, insights, and outlooks are a critical part of the study abroad experience. You’ll network with fellow students, teachers, host families and professionals, often leading to many great opportunities. Gain a competitive edge: If you wish to continue with your higher education into either a masters or a doctorate, study abroad experience will give you an edge on the competition. Graduate programs, law schools, and medical schools all look favorably on such global experience. You never know who may be impressed by your travels.You will be able to effectively communicate among diverse groups. You will have a willingness to challenge yourself and your comfort zones.  

FAQs — Study in New Zealand?

Posted on: September 24th, 2014 by admin No Comments

New Zealand, famous for its amazing scenery, is a great country – a fun place to visit and a superb study destination. New Zealand also has an international reputation as a provider of quality education. It offers a safe learning environment which provides excellent study opportunities and support services for international students.   Following are some answers to the queries regarding studying in New Zealand:

How much will it cost?

To study in NZ you only need to have fees for the program/course you are opting for which can

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also be arranged through educational loans from bank and living expenses for few weeks until you find a part-time job. The good thing is that you don’t have to really take the living expenses with you. That is only to show the visa officer at the time of application that you have enough to survive on just in case you do not find a part time job after you arrive in New Zealand.

Am I allowed to work while studying?

All students on a student visa can work up to 20 hours per week during semester and full time during vacations.Many New Zealand institutions offer a student employment service called ‘Student Job Search’ to help you find work. Upon the successful completion of their studies they are allowed to apply for a 12 months Graduate Job search Visa and subsequently for permanent resident status.

How long will it take to process my application?

All undergraduate applications take up to two weeks to finalise the enrolment. Postgraduate applications may take up to four weeks. During the busy season over the months of May-June and November-January all Postgraduate applications may take up to six weeks to process.

Can I apply for Permanent Residence after my studies in New Zealand?

You don’t have to come back to India if you successfully complete your studies in New Zealand. You become eligible for a guaranteed 12 months job search visa. This visa allows you to stay in New Zealand and work full time in any job. But the important thing is that in these 12 months you have to find a job relevant to the course you just completed.

Once you secure this you can apply for a longer work permit which is generally issued for 2 years. At this stage you will have enough points to apply for Permanent Residency.

Is there an age limit to study in New Zealand?

There is no limit on the age of a person wishing to study in New Zealand however the New Zealand Immigration Service needs to be satisfied that the applicant is a genuine student when they process the student visa application.

How many education institutions are there in New Zealand?

New Zealand has 8 Universities, 25 Polytechnics and/or Institutes of Technology and about 440 secondary schools.

Are New Zealand degrees recognised internationally?

New Zealand degrees are recognised internationally and will be accepted when applying for post-graduate study in most countries.

Can my parents visit me in New Zealand?

It should be no problem for parents to apply for a visitor visa and to visit their children in New Zealand providing they meet normal visitor visa policy requirements.

How long can I study in New Zealand?

Providing you pass your course and continue to meet the requirements of your student visa you can continue to extend your visa for as long as you wish. There is no limit on the time you can spend in New Zealand as a student.