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Study in Top Universities in New Zealand

Universities in the New Zealand:
  Canterbury International Institute(Auckland)  Universal College of Learning at New Zealand
  Newton College of Business and Technology   University of Waikato
  Raffles Design Institute - Auckland, New Zealand  National Technology Institute
  Design and Arts College of New Zealand  Otago Polytechnic
  AIS St Helens  UUNZ Institute of Business
  International Travel College of New Zealand  Southern Institute of Technology
  New Zealand School of Travel, Tourism & Computer Power  National Technology Institute (Auckland)
  Natcoll Design Technology 

New Zealand At Glance
TopArea: 268,021 km2
Population: 4,381,088
Capital: Wellington
Official language: English, Māori
Political system: Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy
National currency: New Zealand dollar
Calling Code: +64
Time Zone: NZST7 (UTC+12)
The best known bird is the kiwi - an endangered, flightless, nocturnal bird which is also the country's unofficial national symbol. The country's spectacular landscape incorporates vast mountain chains, sandy beaches, lush rainforests, grassy plains, glaciers, fiords and active volcanoes. International standards, competitive cost and a cosmopolitan culture make New Zealand an ideal study destination for Indian students.

Quality education at comparable prices is the rationale behind New Zealand's popularity. New Zealand degrees are patterned on the lines of the British education system. To top it all, state-of-the-art facilities, a safe environment and a fine student support system add to the country's multiracial, multicultural warmth.
While in most countries overseas students are barred from employment, in New Zealand they can work part-time for 15 hours a week provided they enroll for full-time courses that are of a 12-month duration. After completion of their studies, students are further encouraged to stay behind and work.

New Zealand has been described as 'two emerald islands in the sea', or more recently, the land of The Lord of the Rings. Having a small population of only four million people, New Zealand's biggest cities include Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington (North Island), Christchurch, and Dunedin (South Island).
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