New Zealand is an extremely beautiful country which includes vast mountain chains, steaming volcanoes, sweeping coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests. Comparable in size and shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 4 million - making it one of the world's least crowded countries.
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Getting admission in university of New Zealand is a not difficult but is a lengthy process. You must have atleast 14 years of education with 6 plus bands in IELTS.
All universities of New Zealand accept application in two sessions. 1st June to 15 August for January 2018 session. 15 October to 15 January for August 2018 session.
Pakistani students must have IELTS results card with 6.5 bands. For New Zealand's study you must appear in IELTS test two months before application.
New Zealand will be the best place to live.
Experience. The more work experience you have the more points you receive; eg, 10 years or more experience in a given field is awarded 30 points Employability. If you have an offer of skilled employment in New Zealand or are currently employed in New Zealand, you will receive 50 or 60 points; you will receive bonus points if that offer. Qualifications. You can claim points for one of your qualifications (usually the highest). The points for a recognized qualification range from 50 to 55, with bonus points for the qualification being gained in New Zealand or being in an identified growth area or an area of absolute skills shortage in New Zealand.