What is the climate like in New Zealand?
The majority of regions in New Zealand belong to the temperate zone with a maritime climate according to the Koppen classification. Maritime (oceanic) climates are defined as having a mean monthly ...
Explaining the different levels of qualifications in New Zealand
When planning to study in New Zealand, you should always check if your particular study programme will result in you obtaining a qualification on the New Zealand Qualification Framework (NZQF). The...
What Indian students need to know about the tertiary education system in New Zealand
New Zealand has a three tier education system, the three tiers are : Primary and intermediate schools Secondary schools (High schools) Tertiary education (Universities and polytechnic Institutes)...
The roaring giants of New Zealand
As a child I have always been awestruck by the beauty and power of volcanoes. To me volcanoes invoke a primal awe and fear, their danger does not diminish their raw beauty in any way. These roaring...
Why are Indian students choosing to study in New Zealand?
There has been a significant increase in the number of Indian students enrolling to various different universities and institutes in New Zealand. According to New Zealand’s high commission t...
Great Quality of living in New Zealand
Although New Zealand is the same size as United Kingdom or Japan or Uttar Pradesh, the population is less than that of Hyderabad! So there is plenty of space for everyone. Most of the cities and to...
Many options to find a place to stay to study in New Zealand
Housing in New Zealand is as varied as its people. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor lifestyle, a place in the heart of the city or a family home with room for the kids to run around in, you’ll...
New Zealand: One of the safest countries in the world to live in
Rest assured, New Zealand is a safe and easy country to live in. So consider these pages more of an orientation to the way people do things here and who you can turn to if there is a problem. You n...
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