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About The Country
New Zealand was one of the last major landmasses settled by humans.
The first Europeans known to have reached New Zealand were Dutch explorer Abel Tasman and his crew in 1642.
New Zealand has diversified its export markets and has developed strong trade links with Australia, the US, and Japan. In April 2008 it became the first Western country to sign a free trade deal with China.
New Zealand is identified as one of the world's most stable and well-governed nations. As of 2011, the country was ranked fifth in the strength of its democratic institutions and first in government transparency and lack of corruption
New Zealand's geographic isolation for 80 million year and island biogeography is responsible for the country's unique species of animals, fungi and plants.
New Zealand is heavily dependent on international trade, particularly in agricultural products.
Wool was New Zealand’s major agricultural export during the late 19th century.
The New Zealand Post Office had a monopoly over telecommunications until 1989 when Telecom New Zealand was formed, initially as a state-owned enterprise and then privatized in 1990.
Nearly one quarter of highly skilled workers live overseas, mostly in Australia and Britain, which is the largest proportion from any developed nation. In recent years, however, a "brain gain" has brought in educated professionals from Europe and lesser developed countries.
List of Masters Universities
Southern Institute Of Technology
The University of Auckland Business School
Victoria University Of Wellington - Faculty Of Commerce & Administration
University Of Waikato - Waikato Management School
Massey University - College Of Business
University of Canterbury School of Business and Economics
Having a smaller population means less crowds, students report lower class sizes and generally a feeling of more space.
New Zealand’s education system is recognized around the world and offers qualifications on a par with many of the world’s other great providers of education such as Australia, UK, USA and Canada.
Having one of the developed world’s lowest costs of living means that tuition costs, and living expenses will be lower for any international students wanting to take advantage of New Zealand’s life style.
Diverse mix of cultures and people, having such a mix of people and cultures gives any international student a welcome feeling and makes it much easier to integrate into society.
If you love adventure then you will love New Zealand. Offering some of the world’s top adventure tourism attractions, making for plenty of fun try Bungee Jumping or Paragliding when on a study break.
New Zealand has a reputation for being a very safe country with a low crime rate.
Despite having a small population New Zealand has adapted quickly to new technologies with internet access being readily available to all and a smart phone, PC’s and Tablets now common place.
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