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Studying in New Zealand in 2020-2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainties for international students. Education providers are thinking outside the box to allow you to pursue your dreams   Visit our STUDY portal New partners! New Zealand Shores is an Education New Zealand recognised agency and an approved agent for many education providers in New Zealand. We are proud to announce that we are a newly-appointed agent for two of New Zealand’s most prestigious university: The University of Auckland, and Massey University. …

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WITT: Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki

With over 60 courses ranging from nursing, to engineering, beauty therapy, project management, or ICT, and a successful programme completion rate of 92%, the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT) ranks very high amongst New Zealand’s Independent Tertiary Providers. Founded in 1972, it is Taranaki’s only government-owned institute of technology and polytechnic, and has a history of producing graduates with the knowledge and skills to pursue and succeed in their career. A successful programme completion rate of 92% Assess …

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Nelson Institute of Technology: scholarships

NMIT (Nelson Institute of Technology) is a New Zealand Qualifications Authority Category 1 institute – the highest rating. Their high quality programmes are industry recognised to meet local and international job market needs. First established in 1905, with campuses in Nelson and Blenheim, onshore international students can pursue a master’s, postgraduate diploma, or graduate diploma with the help of a scholarship. If you are currently in New Zealand, looking to study in the coming months, please contact us! Download brochure …

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Take a short course in NZ and become eligible for residence

Are you in New Zealand on a temporary work visa, or perhaps just considering moving to New Zealand but with no pathway to residence as you do not have Academic qualifications? There are options for you… Some New Zealand Qualification Authority-approved providers offer online courses at all levels to suit your needs. Get a New Zealand qualification and add those 40 points to your application for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category. LearnPlus and OpenPolytechnic offer a wide range of …

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Scholarships available: WITT’s Bachelor of nursing

The Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki, based in New Plymouth, is offering an October 2017 intake for 1 year the Graduate Diploma in Project Management AND the Graduate Diploma in Operations & Production Management, with a special international tuition fee of $12,000 – reduced from the original cost of $17,240.

New Zealand Shores is an ENZ Recognised Agency

New Zealand Shores has gained recognition as an approved ENZ agency for the year 2019-2020. This approval recognises the quality service and assistance our agency provides to those who want to study  in New Zealand and the contribution we make to a positive student experience. EXPLORE STUDY OPTIONS Quality service This certificate is the result of several years of dedication to help people from all over the world benefit from our world-class education system. It also rewards exceptional achievement in …

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NZ Immigration changes rules for foreign students

Changes to post study work visa announced Today, Immigration New Zealand announced the upcoming Student Visa changes which will come into effect on 26 November 2018. It has been suggested that the study pathway has contributed to a ‘decline in the general skill level of migrants seeking residency ‘and exploitation from certain employers and education providers. Positive changes overall The changes suggested are much more positive than initially expected and may lead to great employment opportunities for applicants studying towards qualifications leading …

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Changes proposed for international student post-study work rights

Changes to post study work visa announced Edit 08/08/2018: these changes are now imminent. Keep up to date with our Facebook page for live changes. Earlier this week, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway announced proposed changes to post-study work rights, in order to help eliminate migrant exploitation and ensure the skills acquired through studying in New Zealand contribute to the country’s economy. It has been suggested that the study pathway has contributed to a ‘decline in the general skill level of migrants …

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Study Construction in New Zealand

Did you know? Zealand Shores is an agent for a wide range of Education Providers. Let’s take a look at a popular option: UNITEC’s Graduate Diploma in Construction Management. A pathway to a job on the skills shortage list If you are already working in the construction industry and want to move into project management, or a fresh graduate in a related field, you will be able to develop the knowledge and skills to effectively organise and manage activities on …

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New Zealand education agents not all the same

Chose your New Zealand education agent carefully INZ refused most of the student visa applications from some education agents in India, Vietnam and the Philippines (2017). New Zealand student visa approval rates Some agents in India registered a 98% decline rate in their student visa applications while the approval rate is usually around 70% for the countries named above. Not all applications are declined on reasons that could be related to a poor eligibility assessment. In fact, many applicants struggle …

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