Without a valid study permit, even an admission in a top university will be a total waste. Applicants’ desire to study in New Zealand will come to a standstill if documentation for securing visas is not presented well. EDU World provides comprehensive Visa guidance, which enumerates on the following:
- - Fully Personalized and case specific guidance
- - Presentation Techniques
- - Assistance for securing bank loans.
- - Visa Document Checklist
- - Do’s & Don’ts
- - Preparation on arrangement and presentation of funds.
Work Permit & MigrationInternational students who have graduated from a course would gain points under Skilled Migrant Category and thus will be eligible for a 12-month work permit. Once the student finds employment, his visa status is changed from student visa to work permit, or even permanent residency. This is one of the primary reasons why New Zealand is a popular option among many Indian students. Additionally, many New Zealand qualifications are internationally recognized, so students have the opportunities for excellent jobs worldwide.
Working after studyWhen international students are finished with their studies, they may be allowed to work in New Zealand for up to four years, and after that, apply to work or live in NZ for a longer term. A student’s chances of getting further work here are greatly improved if they have the skills that New Zealand urgently needs.
Applying for workThere are two types of visa a student can get that allows working in New Zealand after completing your studies. The Post-study Work Visa - Open gives a student up to 12 months to find a job that’s related to one’s studies. The Post-study Work Visa - Employer Assisted lets one work in a specific job related to his/her studies for two more years.
Employment Opportunities & IndustriesStudents can avail ample of full time employment opportunities available for them in the New Zealand after completion of their studies. To begin with, most institutes encourage their students to participate and play an active role in engaging with the Career Centers set up on Campuses. The Career Center provides useful advice on how the student should be upgrading their skills in certain areas and advices on which areas of improvement to focus on. Additionally, the Career Center helps in editing the student’s resume along, advice on dress code and code of conduct to be followed during different professional events, it conducts mock job interviews to better train students and finally helps students with a list all the job opportunities available in New Zealand Institutes also have Career Fairs whereby companies are invites offer on-campus placements or directly help students set up interviews with companies.
Professors due their experience in specific industries that they have been teaching in also have strong industry and professional networks which the students must utilize in order to have access to top-notch job opportunities. Students can also attend a large variety of career and job fairs held in New Zealand to approach companies for full time employment. Lastly, local newspapers and online jobs portal are also popular ways of finding jobs. The key to getting a job is strong academics and developing strong networks from the above opportunities with company officials’ right from the time the student arrival in New Zealand. .