International students who have a valid Offer Letter are cordially invited by the institute authorities.
AA Education Network helps students to get a perfect landing – starting from their departure from the home country to the arrival at New Zealand. A suitable guide offered by us as well as top institutes include:
- Orientation program where you will be introduced to the institute’s faculty members and resources. Especially for language schools and high schools, students are introduced to the fellow classmates and teachers. If you are at a homestay, your host will help you with the accepted norms in New Zealand.
- Students are also given an idea on their living expenses. You may use traveller’s cheque, automatic transfer machines, and bank accounts to pay for your expenses. Foreigners working in New Zealand must have Ta x File Number. Make sure you know about Residence Withholding Tax (RWT) and tax for temporary visitors.
If you plan to study in New Zealand but don’t have enough resources to pay for your education, you can take the help of Fosta – a student service that pays for the living expenses of the students, if they desire so.
To study in New Zealand, you must consider the living cost. It includes your transportation cost and cost for accommodation. In New Zealand you may also look for part-time jobs, such as job of an Au Pair or seasonal worker at an orchard farm. You will gather work experience, cultural exposure, and friends no doubt. But, don’t count on such jobs to finance your education.
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