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New Student Visa scheme announced for New Zealand
Wellington, Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce and Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse have announced a new student visa designed to make New Zealand more competitive for retaining and attracting top international students.
The Pathway Student Visa will allow international students to undertake a pathway of up to three consecutive programmes of study with selected education providers.
A pathway can be offered by a single education provider or in partnership with other selected education providers. They will be valid for a maximum of five years.
Mr Joyce said the Pathway Student Visas will be implemented from December 7, for an initial pilot period of 18 months and cover more than 500 Primary, Secondary and Tertiary institutions.
Figures released earlier this month showed the number of international students studying in New Zealand on a student visa went up by 16% in the 2014/15 financial year to 84,856.
“The industry and Government believe that Pathway Student Visas will help retain more international students and make New Zealand more competitive with countries such as Australia which already offer pathway programmes,” Mr Joyce said.
“The International education industry is already worth $2.85 billion dollars in foreign exchange each year and Pathway Student Visas are an important initiative that will help is in our goal to double the value of international education to New Zealand by 2025.”
Mr Woodhouse said that the new visas will provide assurance for students that they have a visa for their whole planned pathway of study.
“They will also lead to efficiency gains for Immigration New Zealand and the industry as students will not need to apply for as many visa. There are safeguards in place, including requirements for providers to have a 90% global student visa approval rate for entry into the pilot and entering into a formal agreement between themselves to manage pastoral care and education progress.
“The 18-month period will enable Immigration New Zealand to evaluate outcomes of the pathway student visa pilot programme, such as student transition rates from the first to the second programme of study and how well the arrangements between providers are working,”
Indians Lying to Get Student Visas For New Zealand, Claims Report
WELLINGTON: New Zealand immigration officials have received many fraudulent applications from Indian students for visas to study in the country, claimed a media report.
The would-be students from India are lying in their immigration applications and misrepresenting their financial situation in order to get student visas, Immigration New Zealand’s India office said on Sunday.
According to Radio New Zealand, the laws require that students should prove they have enough money to finance their studies in New Zealand.
Indian students who arrived with too little money were at risk of exploitation that could harm the reputation of New Zealand as an education destination for foreign students, the department noted.
PM Narendra Modi Raises Student Visa Issue With David Cameron
LONDON: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over a sharp decline in the number of Indian students coming to study in the UK and problems faced by them while applying for visas during his talks with British counterpart David Cameron.
“The Prime Minister raised the issue [of student visas] very strongly. The Prime Minister said that Indian student numbers in the UK has fallen by nearly 50 per cent in the last three years,” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson said.