About New Zealand
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- How do you rent a house in New Zealand pt1
How do you rent a house in New Zealand pt1
The first thing to realize is that most house rentals in New Zealand are payable per week, but you will sign an agreement for a certain amount of months. Landlords all have their own reasons for renting, eg.,...more
- Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt3
Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt3
Probably the biggest reason for renting a place to stay shortly after arriving is the fact that you will already have so many pressures on you from uprooting your entire life that you will most p...more
- Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt2
Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt2
The next reason to renting for a while after is due to how the schooling system works. Each school is “zoned”. This means that you can only send the kids to a school within the zone in whic...more
- Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt1
Advice on Renting in New Zealand for new immigrants pt1
Despite previously owning a home in their country of origin, most immigrants choose to rent a property when they first arrive in New Zealand. There are a few good reasons to do this, let’s take...more
- An Introduction to Tertiary Education in New Zealand
An Introduction to Tertiary Education in New Zealand
New Zealand has a slew of different tertiary education options and a well established infrastructure to provide that education with 8 major Universities, 25 Polytechs as well as teachers colleges ...more
- Immigrants guide to intermediate school education in New Zealand
Immigrants guide to intermediate school education in New Zealand
In New Zealand students attend secondary school from age 13, so you will notice that there is a "gap" between ending primary school and starting secondary school of 2 years. This is the ...more
- Immigrants Guide to Primary Schooling in New Zealand
Immigrants Guide to Primary Schooling in New Zealand
Children start primary school at the age of 5 in New Zealand, but it is only compulsory from the age of 6. Most children start school on their 5th birthday, or the next school day after that.
- How to Find a Job in New Zealand
How to Find a Job in New Zealand
Finding a job in New Zealand is often not only a key component of being able to successfully immigrate and settle into New Zealand, but can also be your ticket to being able to immigrate to the country. We will chat ab...more
- Immigrants guide to Pre-school Education in New Zealand
Immigrants guide to Pre-school Education in New Zealand
One of the primary reasons for immigrating to New Zealand is for a better future for your children. New Zealand has, arguably, one of the best education support systems in the world.
- New Zealand Demographics
New Zealand Demographics
There are currently around 4.4 million people living in New Zealand with a healthy spread of gender and ethnic and religious backgrounds. Roughly 69% of the population is of European descent. Of the minority population groups ...more
- Free New Zealand Immigration Scenes Screen Saver
Feel free to download and share our latest New Zealand Screen Saver.
It contains some of our best images taken on our journeys through New Zealand after our own immigration to New Zealand.
System requirements : Windows 98 or higher operatin...more
- The New Zealand Economy
The New Zealand Economy
Imports and Exports
For a developed country, the New Zealand economy is still largely dependent on the income generated by it's farming industry, although the the traditional meat, dairy and wool has been expanded to includ...more
- New Zealand – Land of the long white cloud
So were exactly is New Zealand?
New Zealand is situated 2000 kilometers South East of Australia, basically a three hour flight and was formed by two continental plates moving closer together. Actually New Zealand is still ”growing” as these plates...more
- Facts and Figures
New Zealand at a Glance: Facts & Figures
In 2010 New Zealand ranked:
#1 in the Global Peace Index as the most peaceful country in the world.
#3 in the International Human Developement Index.
#20 out of 139 countries in the WE Global Co...more