In an attempt to attract more students from India, New Zealand plans the establishment of an education promotion and market development role within its Consulate General in Mumbai. The Mumbai expansion comes on the backdrop of increased activity in India, including a new brand launch, acknowledging India’s position as New Zealand’s second largest source of international students.
Student visas issued to Indian nationals seeking to study in New Zealand increased more than 10 percent last year, making India one of the fastest growing student markets for New Zealand. More than 11,000 students from India study in New Zealand, as a result, the country has put in place policies to make the country a top choice for international students. The New Zealand government has also announced changes to the work rights programme which will allow more international students to work while they study, enabling them to gain valuable first world business experience.
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