With the U.S. changing the visa and immigration rules quite frequently in the past, and Brexit almost there for the U.K., both the U.S. and the U.K. appear to have lost much of their charm with the international students.
New Zealand holds much promise for students from India.
As per the 2019 Global Peace Index (GPI) report, New Zealand ranks at Number 2 in the Global State of Peace. Iceland tops the list as the most peaceful country in the world.
Out of the five Asia-Pacific countries that made it to the Top 25 in 2019 GPI, New Zealand ranked foremost in the region making it the most peaceful country in the Asia-Pacific region.
The high quality of education imparted in the educational institutions in New Zealand is an added draw.
Some of the Top Undergraduate colleges in New Zealand include –
Among the Top Postgraduate colleges in New Zealand are –
To be eligible for a student visa for New Zealand, you must have –
Recently, Indian students have been opting for courses in New Zealand that are generally considered to be unconventional. Courses such as hospitality, sports management/psychology/medicine, and filmmaking are attracting many students from India to New Zealand.
Courses offered in New Zealand are usually comparatively much cheaper than the same course offered in the U.K. and the U.S.
Another attraction that New Zealand holds for students is the stay-back option after completion of studies. You can apply for a visa for working in New Zealand after you have completed your studies.
New Zealand grants post-study work visas for 1/2/3 years. The duration that the visa is granted for will depend upon where the applicant has pursued his studies from in New Zealand as well as the level of qualification held by him.
In case a student decides to stay on in New Zealand after completing his studies and gets a visa for the same, the student’s partner can also apply for a work visa. Dependent children, if any, can study for free.
Y-Axis offers a wide range of visa and immigration services as well as products to aspiring overseas students/immigrants including New Zealand Student Visa, Resident Permit Visa, New Zealand immigration, New Zealand Visa, and Dependent Visas.
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