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Why should study in New Zealand?

New Zealand is a place to study and live happily. Experience a growing education, experience a beautiful and peaceful country, plan a trip and go.

Live in one of the 10 happiest countries in the world

On March 20, 2007, the United Nations announced the top 10 happiest nations in the world, with many Nordic countries being named including New Zealand. So for many years New Zealand kept this position.

In 1250-1300 Poles, the Maori came to settle in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean. By 1642, explorer Abel Tasman was the first to discover New Zealand. In 1840, New Zealand became a British colony. So in this country of youth, apart from the Maori natives, most people carry European blood. The languages spoken are English, Maori and New Zealand.


Due to the mix of cultures, the country's culture is diverse and colorful. New Zealand is famous for its kiwi, kiwi, lamb, sailing and bungy dance. Maybe you do not know New Zealand is the only country in the world with kiwifruit. This is a bird that does not fly at night and is the only bird with a nostril on its head. These cute kiwis have a clumsy form and move quickly. With so many odd features, kiwi becomes the symbol of the country, people are called by the friendly name "kiwi".

One of the pride of the kiwi is Auckland - the city of sails. Located on the isthmus, the islands of the inner bay include Rangitoto, Motutapu, Browns Island, Motuihe, Rakino, Ponui and Waiheke, which are home to one third of the world's best quality of life. Auckland became the sports capital of yachting with the first American Cup in 1851, marking the first yacht sport award in world history.

Everyday, in the Pacific Ocean of the Earth, New Zealanders choose to live a peaceful and happy life, preserve their indigenous culture and improve their quality of life through the unforgiveness of every industry, city. Street or factory. They appreciate the comfort and well-being of children.

Be educated in an ideal educational setting

New Zealand is also known for its quality education with modern educational facilities, diverse education programs, and students being given the best possible study and research opportunities. 8 public universities as well as 25 colleges regularly appear in the prestigious university rankings in the world.

In the Human Development Index (HDI) of the world in 2013, New Zealand ranked sixth. This ranking reflects the government's concern for human development. Education has always been at the forefront with huge investments and huge financial resources. At every level of education, it is advisable to maximize independent thinking, creativity, equip learners with the most necessary skills. They recognize individual differences in culture, religion, speed, ability to study, finance, so they design programs that are appropriate for many learners. New Zealand has a literacy rate of 99%, and more than half of its population is between 15 and 29 years of age.

There are three main points that need to be emphasized in the New Zealand education system: global accreditation, a high quality public university system, and a professional school system.

If you choose to study in New Zealand right now in high school, you will experience a superior quality education. High school level is completed by NCEA - National Education Certificate with 3 levels for general education. Students will attend between 5 and 6 compulsory and elective subjects in a week. Courses are organized according to students' abilities and career goals. Your teachers and career counselors will be a great support for you from choosing a career, choosing a career, choosing a subject, and choosing a long-term pursuit. This program maximizes the capacity and creativity of students. With NCEA, you can transfer to university in many other countries around the world.

Experience the interesting difference

Friendly people, open environment is the most noticeable feature as soon as you step down on the island of this beautiful island. You do not like the excitement of New York, the crowds of London, New Zealand is an interesting choice. What better way to get around the city, watching the sea in peace after hours.

New Zealand students love the peace but easily inspire life with openness. The school encourages students to express their personal views, encourage creativity unceasingly. Do not be surprised if this space is very diverse. Modern classrooms, beaches or any open spaces can become classrooms. Teachers also develop their own curriculum that is appropriate for the learning environment so that students achieve the best results.

Expense for study abroad is reasonable

Compared to the United States, Australia and England, the cost of studying in New Zealand is much lower. Living conditions in this country are very high while living expenses are not expensive.

At each school, each subject has different tuition fees, but will fluctuate at the following levels: 1NZD = 17.000 VND.

There are many disciplines and schools

If you learn about the New Zealand education system, you will find that the types of education in this country are quite adequate, such as schools, vocational colleges, colleges and public universities, Private, research institutes. Especially there are organizations by branch of study that you can easily choose. All schools have supportive policies for international students.

Most schools offer a full range of degrees and certificates such as certificates, pre-university, bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees.

Outstanding training in New Zealand now includes hotels - restaurants, agriculture - veterinary science, applied science, basic science, construction architecture, business management, information technology , Creative design, ....

Famous universities

University of Canterbury (UC): The strength of the University of Canterbury is scientific research and applied science.

The University of Auckland is one of the most innovative universities in New Zealand, leading in research and in the fields of arts, commerce, education, engineering, law, medicine.

Massey University: has the major subjects are engineering, technology, physics, sports science, statistics.

Otago University is a long-standing university in New Zealand specializing in pharmacy, biometrics, accounting, finance, environmental management, biomolecular technology.

Lincoln University: Founded in 1878, with majoring in agriculture, agricultural management, environmental resources, finance, economics, tourism, biotechnology, applied science, Microbiology.

Auckland University of Technology (AUT): education, philosophy, culinary arts, international hotel management, international tourism management, event management, business, business administration, accounting, research Business rescue, global trade, finance application, law.

Victoria University of Wellington: is the most internationalized university in New Zealand. The quality of Victoria's law education is at the forefront of the country. Major training disciplines are business and management, law, architecture and design, natural sciences, social sciences and humanities.

The University of Waikato is a young, dynamic, professional university with outstanding academic disciplines such as arts, financial analysis, communications, design, mathematics and computer science, Travel, music, sports.

Remuneration policy for international students

New Zealand is the first country to set standards for caring and dealing with students and international students. These are provided by the Ministry of Education in the Code of Conduct for International Students. The government welcomes foreign students to study in New Zealand with a favorable visa policy, reasonable tuition fees and valuable scholarships.

During the study period, students will be allowed to work under New Zealand Immigration regulations not to exceed 20h / 1 week. The average hourly income is 11 NZD and the student is not subject to tax when doing part-time jobs. After graduation, students can stay within 12 months to find a job. If you have a stable job and good income, you may be able to issue a visa for up to 3 years.

Vietnamese students to New Zealand learn more and more

According to New Zealand Education Agency (ENZ) statistics, in the first three months of 2016, 27,268 international students were granted visas for study in the country. New Zealand attracts a large number of international students because of the high quality of education, the diversity of education and the cost of studying abroad is much lower than that of other countries. In addition, the procedure for applying for a student visa is not difficult, it is considered in a relatively quick time.

In June 2016, the direct flight between Vietnam and New Zealand and vice versa began to be exploited. This has made the travel of Vietnamese students much more convenient. Vietnamese students are more likely to settle in the country under skilled work or investment.

There is a saying that "Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference," that is your attitude to help you achieve great change. For those of you planning to study abroad, take careful steps to complete your application, improve your foreign language and apply for a visa. New Zealand is a beautiful promised land, but to achieve the dream of studying abroad you prepare all the money to be sure.

- Minh Nhat-


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