1. Why study in New Zealand?
Answer: New Zealand is the second safest country in the world. It has the best Instagram-ready beautiful scenery. The home of friendly people and clean surroundings. The skills you gain while studying is Internationally-recognized and work-ready.
2. How do I apply?
Answer: Send your CV or resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for assessment. You may call 09171479040 or 032-236-4186. Or you may visit our office at Room 103, NDI Commercial Complex, A.S. Fortuna St., Mandaue City, Cebu
3. What course should I take? Is there age limit to study in New Zealand?
Answer: Your course should be related to your degree or your work experience. Yes, up to age 45 years old.
4. Do I need to take IELTS?
Answer: Yes, it is required because it is an English-speaking country. If you sign up with Enlight Migration Consultancy, you are entitled to a free IELTS review to our affiliated review center.
5. How long is the processing of my application?
Answer: Usually, it would take 20 working days.
6. Am I allowed to work while I study?
Answer: As a full-time student, you are allowed to work for 20 hours per week and 40 hours per week during break.
7. What happens when I finish my studies?
Answer: You may be eligible to gain a 1-year Job search visa.
8. What happens when we arrive in New Zealand?
Answer: Enlight Migration Consultancy will assist you from airport pick-up to finding you an accommodation when you get to New Zealand.
9. What are living costs like in New Zealand?
Answer: New Zealand is a reasonably low-cost place to live compared to other countries. The total cost will depend on your spending habits. However, Immigration requires the international students of at least NZD 15,000 per year to cover all living expenses.
Answer: If you have completed your studies, have a one year full-time work related to your course and if you live outside Auckland, that’s the time you can apply for Permanent Residence in New Zealand.