New Zealand may allow international students to come under quarantine conditions to this country until the borders are reopened to other foreign nationals.
New Zealand universities discuss plans to use charter flights to help international students arrive in the country. Besides this, the Australian Chamber of Commerce has proposed a ‘trans-Tasman bubble’ to allow Australians and New Zealanders to move freely between the two nations.
The vice-chancellor, Grant Guilford of Victoria University of Wellington revealed that institutions were mulling using charter flights to bring students safely to the city. “
The university is working with all relevant health and immigration authorities alongside other educational institutions to identify the quarantine procedure needed to bring students into Wellington safely,” he said.
Plans will ensure that students have access to accommodation during mandatory quarantine periods to handle the Covid-19 risks, as well as being subject to public health requirements. In May, the education minister suggested that international students could arrive, provided they remain in quarantine for two weeks.
The Australian Chamber Tourism chair, John Hart noted that this move would ‘encourage the extension of the air networks over time to other destinations across Australia and New Zealand.
The United Nations Agency for the Promotion of Safe and Ordinary Development of International Civil Aviation (ICAO) adopted guidelines on 1 June to “restart the international air transport system and align its global recovery.”
Auckland University is working with officials to find out how international students can safely enter the country. It sent a draft report on how this should work to Auckland Council, a spokesperson said.
The chief economist of the New Zealand Initiative, Eric Crampton, has previously predicted that about $1.5 billion will be earmarked if borders are opened to students abroad for six months.
A variety of options are under consideration, including preparation for the quarantine arrangements to be placed in place to ensure the safety of students, staff and the public in New Zealand.
English schools across New Zealand also called for border security, with English New Zealand estimating that by September the number of students in their member schools would drop by 85%.
The Government of New Zealand has also allocated NZ$1 million to an international hardship fund for students. Fee-paying international students with real, temporary financial hardship will obtain up to NZ$1,000 for living expenses or services such as food parcels from their educational providers.
New Zealand universities are now highly regarded by international students and their families, thanks to the quality of their education and the safe and welcoming atmosphere.
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Top Universities in New Zealand
|Top Universities||Tuition Fees|
|University of Auckland||33,688 NZD|
|Auckland University of Technology||30,660 NZD|
|Victoria University of Wellington||29,154 NZD|
|Waikato University||23,170 NZD|
|University of Otago||27,700 NZD|
|University of Canterbury||29,550 NZD|
|Unitec Institute of Technology||22,190 NZD|
|Southern Institute of Technology||22,445 NZD|
|Wintec – Waikato Institute of Technology||25,190 NZD|
Best International Scholarships in New Zealand
Here we have designed a list which has the Best International Scholarships of New Zealand that will help you to experience a high-quality education system and unbeatable lifestyle.
New Zealand Government Scholarships for Students from Commonwealth Countries
New Zealand Government is offering scholarships for international students to study in New Zealand. The scholarship program will provide fully-funded grants to successful candidates. The grant is open for studying any degree level course at a New Zealand university for the academic year 2020-2021.
Provider: Government of New Zealand
Course: Degree Program
University of Waikato International Excellence Scholarship
The University of Waikato is seeking high achieving aspirants from all over the globe to apply for the International Excellence Scholarship in New Zealand. The grant is open for pursuing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the university. Each successful candidate will get the award worth up to NZD$10,000 towards their tuition fees.
Provider: University of Waikato
Course: Undergraduate or postgraduate
Deadline: Applications for 2020 can be submitted at any time
UC Innovators’ Summer Start-Up Scholarship for International Students in New Zealand
The University of Canterbury is seeking highly motivated New Zealand and international students to take part in the UC Innovators’ Summer Start-Up program. To be eligible for this fund, the applicant must be enrolled full-time or part-time at the University of Canterbury at the time of application. Each successful candidate will get the amount worth up to $5,000.Advertisements
Provided By: University of Canterbury
Course: Bachelor and masters degree
Application Deadline: September 15, 2020
UC Mathematics and Statistics High Achievers Awards for International Students, New Zealand
Applicants are inviting to apply for Mathematics and Statistics High Achievers Awards funded by the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. The grant is open to domestic and international students. The studentships are awarded to students who are entering their first year of a BSc or BA degree program. Five opportunities are available of $2,000 for high-achieving students
Provider: University of Canterbury
Deadline: August 15, 2020
Otago Master’s Scholarships for International Students, New Zealand
The University of Otago is providing Master’s Scholarships for International Students to study in New Zealand. Up to twenty scholarships are available for the academic year 2020-2021. The University offers these grants for studying the postgraduate degree coursework at Otago. The studentships are open for both New Zealand and international students. The Scholarship consists of $10,000, to be paid towards a rebate of tuition fees in the first instance.