1. Can I work while studying full time in New Zealand?
While studying, the student is eligible for a 20 hour work permit. Classes are usually only
for 2 and ½ days per week which gives the student more flexibility in securing
employment while studying.
2. Am I eligible for one year Post- Graduate Job search Visa after my graduation?
After completing an eligible study programme, the student is eligible for a one year open
permit under the Graduate Job Search Visa scheme. Contact us now to inquire what
eligible study courses are.
Students must also have adequate funds for their maintenance in New Zealand. This is
estimated by Immigration New Zealand to be $1, 250 per month ($15, 000 for one year).
Some options to show that a student has adequate funds would be bank certificates
covering 6 months preceding the date of the visa application, bank certificates from
guarantors, participation in the Fund Transfer Scheme (FTS), or having sponsors who are
New Zealand residents or citizens. More information can be found from the Immigration
New Zealand website.
Courses have different intake dates. Health- related courses have several intakes, such
as April 2016, May 2016, July, etc. Culinary Arts and Hospitality intakes dates are April
2016, July 2016 and October 2016. While Business courses intakes dates are April 2016,
June 2016, September and October 2016.
Contact us to inquire intake dates of other courses. Enrollment now ongoing.
The course fee is payable after your student visa is approved. The course fee for the
second year programme is payable on the second year and likewise after the student
visa for the second year is approved. There are other cost such as for uniforms,
workbooks, plane fares and others which are not included in the course fee.
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