ETA, New Zealand Visitor Visa, New Zealand Student Visa, New Zealand Work Visa, and New Zealand Resident Visa.
If you are planning to study in New Zealand for the long term or at least 3 months, a New Zealand student visa is something you mandatorily need. Computer Science, Information Technology, and Animation are some exceptional study courses that New Zealand is known for.
For English Language Proficiency (Any of the 3):
*The score requirements can differ according to the standards required by the universities.
For UG Degree:
For PG Degree:
Apart from being eligible, there are some documents that you should have ready for verification.
A mandatory list of documents:
And, some other certified or notarized copies of transcript/document of academic results and work-related documents (if applicable).
The cost of living may vary for all and depends where you live in New Zealand. The country has higher rent prices and this is the most most noteworthy expense you will have. The average monthly living costs for one person range from 3,000 NZD to 4,000 NZD (1,800 to 2,400 USD). You may have other additional expenses like tuition fees, insurance fee, and leisure activities.
A student with a visa in New Zealand will have the benefit of helping visas for their partners and children for a visitor visa. They can also be a support for a work visa for their partners or student visas for their children.
Visitor visa, Work visa, or Student visa for the family.
If you are studying a Doctor of Philosophy at a New Zealand university or have a scholarship, you can support:
Work visa and Visitor visa for your partner, Visitor and Student visa for dependent children
If you are studying a level 9 or 10 qualifications, or a level 7 or 8 qualifications as listed in the country’s list, you can support:
Visitor or a Work visa for your partner and a Visitor visa for dependent children
There are plenty of work opportunities in New Zealand in industries like Medicine, IT, Engineering, and more general skills are also appreciated. The minimum starting wages in the country is somewhere around $16.00 per hour and for an adult it is $20.00 per hour. Rest, the higher the qualification, the more you can earn. And apart from the salary, there come other non-monetary benefits also that your job might offer.
You’ll need a work or resident visa if you wish to go to New Zealand to work for a few years or to settle. For that, you’ll need a job.