“Good Manager is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way”
Our society could never exist as we know it today nor improve without a steady stream of leaders or managers to guide its organizations. We live in a volatile time. Getting into the best management school is a pilot project for every parent.
Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree in Management or Business is the discipline of higher education by which students are taught to be business leaders, directors, managers, executives, and administrators.
How great is it to learn all these disciplines in an international environment to develop the skills and knowledge to have a successful business career contributing to a strong economy?
For taking up the right job, it’s essential to choose the best place and institution. Business or management students in New Zealand gain a world-class education and internationally recognised qualifications, and the practical skills to transform existing businesses or start their own.
Leading academics will support you in thinking critically, developing your ideas, and relating them to real-life business situations. You will carry out project work in the industry, network with business leaders, and undertake internships, study tours and business competitions.
New Zealand offers an inspiring lifestyle, which encourages you to balance your studies with time off to follow your interests and explore the country. Students get an option of working while studying, which can be an excellent way to gain NZ work experience and help you while studying abroad.
A student may work up to 20 hours per week and full-time during the summer holidays. Masters by research or PhD students may work full-time throughout their studies.
For international students Business or Management courses usually range from Diplomas to Bachelors or even Masters. There are also opportunities for Graduate Diploma and Postgraduate study. Length of study varies depending upon the course selected. The providers could be University, Institute of Technology or Polytechnic (ITP) and Private Training Establishment (PTE).
Employability skills build on the key competencies in The New Zealand Curriculum to help students understand how these competencies ‘look and feel’ in the workplace. Workplace competencies are best developed in authentic contexts, like work experience, however, there a range of ways to contextualise learning and introduce the world of work into the curriculum. Some skills that get developed are as mentioned below:
There is a huge demand for good leaders and skilled managers across the world. After successful completion of international qualification wide variety of jobs are available. Some of the skilled job profile have been appended below.
Purchasing & Supply Officer, Management Consultant, Project Manager, Human Resource Adviser, Personal Assistant and Production Manager to name a few
Check out these job- search websites. They might help to get you thinking about industries you may not have thought of.
What are you waiting for? Contact Immigration Adviser New Zealand Ltd at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +64 09 3790219 to know about the eligibility criteria and list of university/institute offering business & management courses.
Vandana Rai is a Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser and has built a reputation around her rare set of skills, which could be considered ideal for her legal profession.