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New Zealand offers a wide range of programs and the education here, is regarded as world class in terms of job skills, practical experience, and internationally recognized qualifications for a successful future. The graduates are valued by employers for their critical thinking skills and innovative abilities.
To guarantee high-quality education at all levels of the educational system, both public and private, the New Zealand government maintains robust procedures for quality assurance. The system that acknowledges the levels and standards of qualifications provided by New Zealand education providers is called the New Zealand Qualification Framework (NZQF).
Students who have completed the higher secondary level education in their home country can apply for a certificate, diploma, or bachelor's degree (Levels 5 to 7) where as bachelor's degree holders can apply for postgraduate diploma or master's degree programs (Levels 8 to 10 ).
Institute of Technology and Polytechnics
Technological institutes and polytechnics offer professional and vocational education and training. Such programs are related to the various industry sectors backed by the government and the industries themselves—for example, building, construction, and agriculture.
Private Colleges Generally, private colleges provide certificate and diploma-level programs in various subjects such as information technology, business, travel, and tourism. Some provide bachelor's and master's degrees in limited subjects. Universities
There are eight universities in New Zealand that are government funded. Each institution strongly focuses on specialized degrees and provides degrees in various areas. The universities are all well-known on a global scale. They collaborate on research and teaching projects with universities abroad and conduct research and development projects with businesses in New Zealand and elsewhere.