The scope and infrastructure of higher education in New Zealand are modern and adhere to the highest standards. But there’s much more to the reasons why so many international students are now choosing New Zealand to pursue their higher studies. Aside from quality in education, the country also promises a better lifestyle and seamless career opportunities after the completion of the course. In addition, those students who wish to live here permanently, have several avenues to acquire New Zealand’s permanent residency.
Now, while the entire ecosystem is certainly simpler for international students in New Zealand, there is a multitude of factors that must be addressed. Which college to choose, what course to study, what skills to get, how to apply for scholarships, and more – these are questions regarding education. Alongside that, if students are planning to work and live here, they must also heed to the employment opportunities, as well as in-depth know-how about New Zealand immigration. Fortunately, throughout this journey, there’s enough help available; what more, there are numerous options in education, career, and lifestyle available so to adequately match one’s needs, preferences, and goals.
Calling out the offshore and onshore students in New Zealand who want to pursue their higher education in this country, this is a must-attend webinar for you. It will cover how international students can enroll in the right courses for Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in New Zealand – and thereon how they can secure a permanent future here. It will be hosted by Vandana Rai, a Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser at Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. Pablo Fernandez will be the guest speaker. He is the Regional Manager at Auckland University of Technology (AUT).
Targeting all students and professionals who want to pursue higher education in New Zealand, here are some of the topics this webinar will cover:
The webinar will start at 5 PM (NZT) on July 21st, 2020.
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.