Study In New Zealand | Five Things Singaporean Students Should Know
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[:en]New Zealand is one of the amazingly exotic and dynamic countries in the English-speaking world. Singaporean students looking to enjoy gorgeous scenery, broaden their cultural horizons, and live in a multi-ethnic metropolis should consider studying abroad in New Zealand. Here are five reasons and facts why you should study in New Zealand:
With almost 265 days of bright sunshine throughout the year, Auckland city of New Zealand boasts both spectacular natural landscapes and a cosmopolitan identity.
The northern part of the country is also known for its good weather almost throughout the year, specifically in the Marlborough wine country area and Abel Tasman National Park region. During autumn, the temperature will fall but is only slightly below the temperature for summer. Nonetheless, the overall climate remains excellent.
New Zealand has eight universities and many other technical institutions that Singaporean students can consider. The leading New Zealand universities are the University of Auckland, the University of Otago, University of Canterbury, University of Waikato, Auckland University of Technology, Massey University, Victoria University of Wellington and Lincoln University.
New Zealand courses and qualifications are of high-quality and have a reputation across the world for being practical, modern and desired. Major employers and leading educational institutions around the globe recognise New Zealand qualifications and give preference to New Zealand graduates.
Work While Studying
All Singaporean students studying in New Zealand are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during the semester and full-time during the breaks, giving you an opportunity to supplement your income and pay for the household expenses. Many New Zealand institutions and universities offer a service called ‘Student Job Search’ to help you find a job, making your study overseas experience vibrant and memorable.
New Zealand charges lower tuition fee as compared to other English-speaking nations around the world. Affordable tuition fees coupled with low living expenses represents a good value for your money.
Looking for more information about studying in New Zealand? You can reach out one of our expert education consultants at AECC Global.[:]