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Welcome to New Zealand

New Zealand

The New Zealand education system offers specialized training in career-related electives from the first year of schooling by choosing the career direction from the first year of high school. Grades 2 and 3 are courses that are more fragmented, so they only take courses that directly affect their careers and help them to become more useful to society. (In fact, when New Zealand graduates from high school and graduates from college, )

Top of the queenstown Gondala

English, Te Reo Māori


A multi-ethnic nation (European, Chinese, Indian, Brazilian, etc.) Foreign discrimination and no prejudice


The population of about 4.75 million is mostly English-white, with about 15% of the Maori Acquisition of permanent residency in English is relatively easy.


Anglican Church 17%, Catholic 14%, Protestant 11%


The entertainment culture does not develop and the security situation is good. Strict regulation of drugs and firearms

High welfare level

World’s best welfare system – Free tuition and hospital expenses


Most of the regions except for the highlands belong to the Yuanfujian, Average annual temperature 15 degrees Countries that can experience four seasons throughout the year

Advanced society

GDP per capita (as of 2018): New Zealand 19th ($ 41,629)> Korea 28th ($ 29,730)

Honest People

Integrity and Honesty – World No.1



Rotorua, the hometown of Pokarekare Ana, is composed of volcanic areas with many geysers New Zealand’s largest cultural experience. Regardless of the season or weather, you can experience the phenomenon of geothermal zones and experience traditional Maori culture and a variety of activities.

RNE Group visits Whakarewarea in Rotorua New Zealand

Experience traditional Maori traditional folk culture A folk village formed by Native Maori tribes of New Zealand, a folk village that understands and learns Maori traditions and cultures

RNE Group visits Rotorua Agrodome

New Zealand Sheep tour and farm  tour . The world’s finest fleece technician and Bowen Technique fleece technology Farm built by God Fray Bowen and a farm where you can learn the traditions of New Zealand farmers over 60 years

Clear blue water at Rainbow Springs

Rainbow Springs
Many species of trees and plants, including ferns in natural bushes, and many birds, including kiwi, and several small rivers and ponds, have wildlife viewing wildlife including brown trout, tiger trout and rainbow trout.

RNE gorup walking across a suspended bridge in Redwood Forest New Zealand

Redwood Forest
Rotorua’s Redwood is made up of the world’s tallest cedar and is a forest of over 60 meters of trees.


Otherwise known as ‘The City of Sails’, Auckland is a multi-cultural city based on a harbour with many views to the sea. It is an honest and highly educated city and has very low rates of crime and racism towards other people.

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