New Zealand, an English speaking nation, is famous for its amazing scenery, its sporting achievements with the All Blacks and the America’s Cup, and its hospitable people. It is a great country, a fun place to visit and is increasingly being recognized for its excellent study opportunities.
New Zealanders are well travelled and have a great interest in people from other cultures, so visitors and international students soon feel more than welcome. Ask any student who has studied in New Zealand.
Campuses are very international with students from all corners of the globe, studying and socialising together. And where do they come from? – Europe, USA, Asia, United Kingdom, South America, India, Australia, The Pacific and smaller numbers from many other countries.
The people were formerly a mix of predominantly European and Pacific races. However, in more recent times, migration has been encouraged from many countries resulting in an exciting international community with a high tolerance of, and interest in, each other’ cultures. With a total population of only 4 million there is a feeling of space and freedom.
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Germany’s universities combine age-old traditions with modern technologies. More than 300 universities are featured on Campus Germany: from time-honored institutions offering students the classical repertoire of subjects such as Medicine, Law, English and German to innovative new institutions of higher education with inter-disciplinary study programs. German universities are open to anyone who fulfills the prerequisites and academic freedom is one of the basic principles of the German university system.
German universities combine research and study. They’ve been the scene of many groundbreaking discoveries and they’re internationally renowned. German universities attract faculty and students from around the world. Modern German universities also combine theoretical work with its practical application. They both educate and train – basic research is augmented by applied research.
Interdisciplinary cooperation is common and many of them cooperate closely with multinational firms and with other research institutes in Germany and abroad. In the end, this increases the graduates’ chances on the job market.
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Australia has long been the preferred overseas study destination for Nepalese students. As one of the safest countries in the world, it is no wonder that it is the third largest taker of international students worldwide. Australian universities are widely recognized for excellence in many disciplines. Australian qualifications are recognized by employers and leading educational institutions around the world. Moreover, most courses and training undertaken by international students in Australia are covered by Australian Qualification Framework (AQF).While studying, students can work 80 hours+ in a month. Every year they get 2 months vacation when they can work full time. As per Australia labor law the minimum wage rate is AUS$15/hr.
A student’s spouse dependent can apply together and can work while the student is studying and working part time. After successfully completing a degree students can get minimum 2 years of post study work permit in Australia. Australia therefore presents a great opportunity to work, earn and process for Permanent Residency.
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