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International Students

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Hipkins heads to Asia to help rebuild international student market
20 Oct 2022  

Hipkins heads to Asia to help rebuild international student market

Education Minister Chris Hipkins is leading a delegation to Asia to promote New Zealand to the important international student market, which was worth $4.2bn in visitor spend pre-Covid.


Post-study work visas changed to align with workforce challenges
8 Sep 2022   /

Post-study work visas changed to align with workforce challenges

International students studying in New Zealand will be able to take advantage of two new Post-Study Work Visa changes designed to help them find further work and residence after they complete their studies.


International students return to South Island
30 Aug 2022  

International students return to South Island

Southland and Nelson-Marlborough are welcoming back international students after more than two and a half years.


International students return to Christchurch
16 Aug 2022  

International students return to Christchurch

Around 160 students will arrive in Christchurch tomorrow, marking the return of the international education sector back to the city.


Hamilton highlights culture as international students return
9 Aug 2022  

Hamilton highlights culture as international students return

Kirikiriroa Hamilton and the University of Waikato have welcomed more than 100 international students from 18 countries.


Half of international student visa exception recipients now in NZ
16 Jul 2021   /

Half of international student visa exception recipients now in NZ

Non-exception student applications to be lapsed with fees and levies, including IVL, refunded.


National wants students back
15 Jun 2020   /

National wants students back

A National Government would be “working hard” to safely return tertiary international students back to New Zealand as quickly as possible.


Foreign students enjoy northern hospitality
7 Apr 2020   /

Foreign students enjoy northern hospitality

Northland host families have opened their homes to international students as they sit out the Covid-19 lockdown.


International student numbers fall but revenue increases to $1.2bn
9 Dec 2019   /

International student numbers fall but revenue increases to $1.2bn

Quality over quantity has aided growth in international student enrolments in universities and the regions, according to education minister Chris Hipkins.


Film project to showcase Northland to international students
19 Nov 2019   /

Film project to showcase Northland to international students

The spotlight will be on Northland in an upcoming film project produced by Study Northland – part of the Northland Inc Business, Innovation and Growth team – and Study Auckland, the study arm of Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development.


$100k WREDA campaign racks up 3.4m hits
13 May 2019   /

$100k WREDA campaign racks up 3.4m hits

WREDA’s new $100,000 online video campaign designed to attract international students to the capital has reached more than three million people on social media since it was launched last week.


VFR of foreign students worth $460m to NZ tourism
30 Oct 2018  

VFR of foreign students worth $460m to NZ tourism

Visiting friends and relatives of international students studying in New Zealand are worth $460m to tourism, according to a new report.


Watch: WREDA sets out to woo Chinese students to the capital
4 Oct 2018   /

Watch: WREDA sets out to woo Chinese students to the capital

Chinese creative and digital students are being wooed by a new campaign highlighting Wellington as an “outstanding” education destination.


Cossar: International students vital to operator
28 May 2018  

Cossar: International students vital to operator

The critical role international students play in filling skills shortages in tourism has been highlighted by the Te Puia CEO.