Why New Zealand
New Zealand is an island country south western Pacific Ocean situated about 2000 km south east of Australia with a population of 4,393,443. It has a diverse and multicultural country. People are very friendly and hospitable to all newcomers to their country. Crime rate is very low in New Zealand and equal opportunity legalisation safeguards the rights of all citizens.
It has a flourishing tourism and Auckland, Bay of island, Queenstown, Rotorua, Wellington and Christchurch are famous travel locations of New Zealand.
New Zealand education is of International standard and offers a good choice to the international students. New Zealand boasts of the World’s best Universities offering academic and professional studies and having international reputation for the success of its international students from over 60 countries.
The residents love sports and Rugby is national game of New Zealand. Cricket, soccer, motor sports, golf, tennis and swimming are other popular games. New Zealand is well known for extreme sports and adventure tourism. The country has a strong mountaineering tradition, with the country’s most famous late Sir Edmund Hillary the first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest.