Frequently Asked Questions About New Zealand

Q. Does New Zealand acknowledge the 10+2+3 system of education in India?
A. The 10+2+3 framework is acknowledged for higher education programs in New Zealand.

Q. Can I work and study in New Zealand?
A. Indian students are permitted to work for 20 hours every week during a semester and full-time during holidays. Doctoral and research students can work full time.

Q. Are New Zealand degrees recognized around the world?
A. Indeed, degrees from New Zealand based educational institutions are acknowledged worldwide and known for their nature of training.

Q. What are the settlement alternatives in New Zealand?
A. You can decide on either living on campus or search for an off-grounds settlement. Most colleges in New Zealand offer Halls of residence (self-cooked or full-board) or lodgings for understudies from different nations. Living off campus is a more reasonable choice.
You can likewise opt for a home stay. Your counselor at Envision can assist you with discovering you the ideal accommodation for you.

Q. Is there any exceptional prerequisite for under-18 students to live in New Zealand?
A. This is dependent on the terms laid down by your college. You will need to provide details of a local guardian who will be responsible for your well being.

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