Best Tips you Know Before Studying Abroad in New Zealand, here below we let you some useful tips before Study in New Zealand.
Left Hand Cars Drive
For those of you in countries where cars drive on the right side of the road, NZ driving will take some getting used to. Whether you’re just crossing the road as a pedestrian or plan to get a car and drive yourself, be careful.
The drinking age in NZ is 18, so the atmosphere at Uni may be a bit different than what you’re used to if you come from a country where the drinking age is higher, like me.
NZ is a friendly and safe place, however don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. Crime does still happen so always be smart and on guard.
Apparently there’s a hole in the ozone layer above NZ, which means the sun is extra bright and strong. If you don’t want to fry be sure to lather up in sunscreen, especially if you’re pale and pasty like me!
How can I study in New Zealand?
Study options. New Zealand qualifications can help you build a career anywhere in the world. Choose a programme of study and an institution.
How Much does it Cost to Study in New Zealand?
While New Zealand is a great place to study as an international student, it does have one downside – tuition costs. Fees for arts or social sciences range from NZ$20,000 (£9,680) a year. Courses in science and engineering can cost from NZ$25,000 (£12,000) per year.
What is the Average Price of a House in New Zealand?
Auckland has the country’s most expensive housing with an average price of NZ$825,000 (US$586,988), followed by CentralOtagoLakes, with an average price of NZ$694,500 (US$494,137) and Wellington, with an average price of NZ$480,000 (US$341,520).
What is the Cheapest Place to Live in New Zealand?
Rotorua. With cheap rent, entertainment and food, Rotorua easily tops this list.
Napier/Hastings. New Zealand’s high-end wine country is surprisingly cheap to live in.