News NEW ZEALAND ATTRACTS OVERSEAS STUDENTS SPECIALLY INDIA AND CHINA

New Zealand attracts Overseas Students specially India and China

08 September, 2015

New Zealand attracts Overseas Students specially India and China
New Zealand is providing new information showing that third level institution has seen an increase in Chinese and India students on tough migration statistics.


The new information says, the amount of permanent and long term migrants in the year to July was a net 59600. People with July month have many new migrations when compared to other months. 


Therefore this information boosted by students from China and India. And many people are returning to New Zealand from Australia. And job market war worse, And net loss of people also down in Australia.


When compared to other countries the biggest groups of migrants are from India with a number of 13800 with 3 parts on student visa.  While 13500 were from UK on with New Zealand citizenship or work visas followed by 10400. About half on student visa migrants are from China.


In the last year Whitireia, Wellington, Weltec had 35% increase in polytechnics, Health course, Engineering, Studying Business, IT.

Many students are from India which reflects stronger Indian financial system in recent years and in New Zealand students are allowed to work while studying, said Weltec chief executive Chris Gosling.


And he also said there is no sign of slowing because migration is high. Compared to other countries New Zealand financial system is doing better, therefore this attracts new arrivals. And there is one more point in second part of 2015 that unemployment rate increased slightly to 5.9% and for Australia it is 6.3%.


In New Zealand many people are paying attention to move to Australia therefore Australia fell to post 1991 as low of just 240 people. When compare to other years and months July was down to less than 900.


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