The Government of New Zealand has presented a fresh route for overseas students. Their aim is to raise the nation’s educational profile in the global educational platform, among their chief competitors like Australia, UK, Canada and such. Under this system, overseas students at more than 500 tertiary schools can advance through three consecutive study programs for a time of five years.
Michael Woodhouse, Immigration Minister, and Steven Joyce, the Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment announced that the innovative Pathway Student Visa is being presented by means of a 18-month trial that commenced on the 7th of December last year. About the Pathway Student Visas: The prospect of a 90 percent overseas student visa endorsement rate for NZ education institutions; providers will accept formal duty regarding overseeing and supporting foreign students; names of the education institutions will be provided by Immigration New Zealand (INZ); students must give confirmation of payment for education, for maintenance and for housing; students may be authorized for part time work rights if the program of study falls under present student immigration rules.
After the specified 18-month trial period, Immigration New Zealand (INZ) will screen the results to evaluate the project’s prosperity. The foreign education sector in New Zealand is presently evaluation at NZ$ 2.85 billion (or US$1.94 billion) and is expected to observe an employment growth number of around 30,000. The institution has set up an objective to expand its income from overseas education investors to NZ$5 billion (US$3.4 billion) by 2025. A positive change for students is that they will not have to apply for different visas while INZ will appreciate incomes in financial investment, employment and research.
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Original Source:Master Studies