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What are the advantages of studying in New Zealand

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Recently, many students have consulted Xiaobian about studying in New Zealand. In fact, New Zealand not only has a beautiful environment, but also has a good education system. At the same time, studying in New Zealand has high cost performance, and many scholarships have been set up for students to apply.

On the whole, New Zealand has gradually become a new favorite of foreign students because of its pleasant environment, comfortable climate and relatively low study expenses. So, what are the advantages of studying in New Zealand? This small series will do a targeted answer.

If you want to study in New Zealand, you can have a preliminary understanding by reading this article!

What are the characteristics of studying in New Zealand?

1. High quality teaching conditions

New Zealand attaches great importance to education. Students can receive education in primary school, middle school, undergraduate, master’s and doctor’s degree. As a commonwealth country, New Zealand’s education system is similar to that of the UK. Parents of children under the age of 18 who apply to study in New Zealand can accompany them. At the same time, New Zealand’s academic qualifications are widely recognized in the world. In recent years, New Zealand has become one of the popular countries to study abroad.

2. Safe and stable study environment

New Zealand has a pleasant climate. It is a green island country without pollution in the world. It is known as “a pure land in the world”. At the same time, New Zealand is a multicultural country with friendly, enthusiastic and dynamic people. In addition, New Zealand can provide foreign students with a pure English environment, which is conducive to the improvement of foreign students’ language ability.

3. The cost of studying abroad is low

Compared with other popular countries, the cost of studying in New Zealand is relatively low, only about 70% of that in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.

4. Provide work study opportunities

The New Zealand government encourages foreign students to work and study, allowing undergraduates to legally work 20 hours a week during their study, and can work all day on holidays. In this way, foreign students can fully pay the basic living expenses.

What are the scholarships for studying in New Zealand?

1. New Zealand International Undergraduate Scholarship

International undergraduate scholarship is a scholarship program provided by the New Zealand government for international students. The scholarship covers all tuition fees and supports students to complete three or six semesters of undergraduate study in New Zealand universities.

Application requirements: Chinese applicants must apply through the China national study abroad fund committee.

2. New Zealand international doctoral scholarship

The international doctoral research scholarship was established in April 2005 and is a full scholarship. Bonus grants cover tuition fees, living expenses, insurance, transportation expenses and other subsidies, and provide full awards for students to pursue doctoral research courses in New Zealand for three years.

3. New Zealand Development Scholarship

Every year, the New Zealand government provides “New Zealand Development Scholarship” to students from Western China to assist up to 10 graduate students from Western China to study in New Zealand. Applicants must be from one of the seven provinces in Western China and must apply through the China study abroad fund committee.

4. University scholarships in New Zealand

Each university in New Zealand has its own scholarship program. It is recommended that applicants can visit the website of each university.

Application requirements: students preparing to apply for study abroad scholarships in New Zealand should not only have excellent ability, that is, personal “software and hardware” foundation, but also pay attention to the choice of major.

Because the applications of different majors vary greatly. For example, the most competitive popular majors are: business, medicine, marketing, computer, etc. Applying for scholarships for such majors often requires applicants not only to have academic achievements, but also to have high comprehensive quality. Compared with popular majors, less popular majors have better applications for scholarships, such as mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, biology, etc.

What are the conditions for scholarship application?

1. Excellent GPA

Whether applying for undergraduate or master’s degree, if you want to obtain a scholarship, your GPA score should not be less than 3.0 or an average score of 80. It is suggested that students should start preparation from senior one or freshman, not partial to subjects, and make a comprehensive breakthrough. Of course, some professional difficulty coefficients are relatively high and it is difficult to meet this standard, but candidates still have to do their best.

2. Excellent language skills and test scores

Excellent TOEFL or IELTS scores are an essential factor in applying for New Zealand scholarships. TOEFL should have at least 80 points, preferably more than 100 points. For students who want to apply for scholarships to undergraduate institutions in New Zealand, it is best to take the SAT test in New Zealand. Especially those high school students who want to apply for both the top 50 undergraduate colleges and universities in New Zealand and scholarships.

If you want to apply for the scholarship of the top 100 colleges in New Zealand, you’d better get 1800 points on the SAT; If you want to apply for the top 50 colleges and universities, you’d better get 2000 points; Candidates who want to apply for the top 20 colleges and universities should have a score of no less than 2200.

3. Top class and academic year ranking

If you want to apply for high scholarships, students should also pay attention to class and academic year ranking. Universities in New Zealand pay more attention to the class ranking of students, especially in the whole stage of high school or university. They look at the stable performance of students in the whole learning stage, rather than the temporary excellent results

New Zealand’s educational strength is very strong. Its primary education has been appraised by UNESCO as a global model of primary and secondary education. In the QS World University ranking released earlier, all universities in New Zealand ranked within the top 3% of the world; 6 QS five-star universities, including 4 5 ★ +; The business schools of 4 of the 8 public universities have obtained the “3 crown” certification, ranking among the top 1% business schools in the world.