New Zealand

Besides being famous for a variety of natural attractions that spoil the eye, New Zealand also has a quality education that is not inferior to its neighboring country, namely Australia.

Why choose to study in New Zealand:

1. Be in the top 20 countries with the best education systems in the world
Based on the assessment of the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings 2016, New Zealand is in the top 20 countries with the best education systems in the world. The assessment category is seen from the applied education system, facilities, and collaboration with industry to increase practical learning while preparing students for the real world of work.

2. Education system which refers to the education system in England
The education system implemented by educational institutions in New Zealand generally focuses not only on theory but also provides opportunities for students to apply the theoretical knowledge gained into practical activities. The learning atmosphere is more active and communicative because the opportunity for students to express opinions and ideas is very wide open.

3. Good reputation that has been recognized by the world
New Zealand is ranked 1st for the second time in the Global Peace Index as the most peaceful country on earth. In addition, the Economist Intelligence Unit research institute also categorizes New Zealand in the list of countries with low crime and crime rates.

4. Implementation of Pastoral Care of International Student as a guarantee for international students
Education (Pastoral Care of International Student) Code of Practice is a policy issued by the New Zealand government as a form of support for international students to obtain equal rights and protection which is the responsibility of each educational institution where they study.

5. Friendly locals
The character of the people in New Zealand is very friendly and open to immigrants from other countries. People in New Zealand have a high level of tolerance so they really value difference and diversity. For international students, of course, it will be very easy to socialize with local residents because their presence will be accepted with open arms.

6. Low population density
New Zealand has a population of only 4 million. This population size makes New Zealand the right country choice for those who like a place to study away from crowds and high mobility.

7. There are many beautiful natural attractions
When you start to get bored with your study routine or during long holidays, there are many tourist attractions in New Zealand that you can visit. New Zealand has many natural attractions that can spoil the eye with its beauty. No wonder New Zealand was chosen as the shooting location for the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

8. Gaining experience by working part-time
With a student visa, students are allowed to work 20 hours/week, even if they are on semester break, students are allowed to work 40 hours/week. If you have completed your study program and have passed, students can immediately work for 12 months in New Zealand using a student visa. If your career is in accordance with the chosen college major, the opportunity to convert a student visa into a work or residency visa will be greater.

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