New Zealand Embassy Brasilia, Brazil
Studying in New Zealand
The Ministry of Education website contains information about the New Zealand education system, New Zealand’s Code of Practice for the care of international students and a guide to living and studying in New Zealand.
New Zealand Aid Programme Scholarships
Through the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government offers scholarships to citizens of some developing countries. See the scholarships section of the New Zealand Aid Programme website for details.
Immigration New Zealand has information about how to apply for a student visa.
New Zealand Qualification Authority
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority is the government body that co-ordinates national qualifications. It runs schools, trades and vocational examinations and is responsible for developing a national qualifications framework and approving non-university degrees.
The Qualifications Authority also compares and assesses overseas qualifications to determine the equivalent in New Zealand. This user-pays service is generally of use to new immigrants to New Zealand and international students studying for a post-graduate qualification.
It has useful information on the qualifications system in New Zealand including providers and courses.
New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
The New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS) are funded by the New Zealand Government. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic merit. The NZIDRS provides full tuition fees, plus living and other allowances for successful applicants. Up to ten scholarships are awarded each year.
Applications for the 2013 NZDIRS scholarship round are now open. Applications close on Monday 15 July 2013.
To find out more about the NZIDRS, please access http://www.newzealandeducated.com/int/en/institutions_courses/scholarships/incoming/international_doctoral_research_scholarships