There are 10 different tertiary New Zealand qualification types distributed across 10 levels
The education system in New Zealand is classified into Primary, Secondary and Tertiary stages with the higher education delivered through Universities, Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and Private Training Establishments (PTEs). Classrooms have smaller student’s numbers and groups and provides global standards of supportive academic environment. The New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF) and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) monitors the academic institutions and ensures quality standards. The qualifications are divided into 10 levels as below:
The educational system in Australia focus on actual learning for course outcomes. Thus, the courses and qualifications are designed as per industry labor needs so that the graduates are job ready. Classes are delivered through comprehensive teaching coupled with practical demonstrations on advanced technology actual set-up.
Major course intakes: February/ July
Rolling Intake: November; some colleges may offer multiple intakes
A minimum one year total cost has to be shown for student visa, saved for a period of 6 months. In absence of the savings, applicants can show one-day balance under FTS (Funds Transfer Scheme – ANZ Bank) Under FTS, student has to pay one year total tuition fee at the chosen educational institution and transfer an amount of NZ $ 15000 after Approval in Principal (AIP) of the Student Visa.