New Zealand

Primary / Intermediate / Secondary

The Wanaka tree at sunset


The NZ Education System is rated one of the best in the world and is based on encouraging the enjoyment and discovery of learning and not focusing on memorization of facts. Every public school is a local school where education is provided for every child living in that school zone. NZ parents are proud of the education provided by their local school is only 5% attending a private school.

Each schools provides the same board of education up to Year 10. After this, students will be placed in a small optional choice of subjects that are more specialized and Level 1 of the Nactional Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) begins.

NCEA Level 1 (Year 11): some students specialize in completely academic courses while others take a mixture of academic and vocational subjects.

NCEA Level 2 (Year 12): Some students may take a mixture of academic and vocational subjects. Some may finish school and go into other training for vocational qualifications. These are often at an ITP offering qualifications from Level 2 to Level 9.

NCEA Level 3 (Year 13): Students focused on studying academic subjects to gain the University Entrance qualification or going on to a Degree level at Universities or ITPs.

Schools we proudly work with

For international students, how can their parents judge to choose a secondary school?

Decile Rankings

School decile level is estimated by the income level of all of the people living in the school zone. However, that is only an estimated number because every school zone will have a mixture of wealthy and less wealthy families. For school, government funding per student is based on decile levels – the lower the level, the higher the funding.

NCEA and University Entrance results

Some schools have a large proportion of their students studying easier vocational subjects, so naturally will show much higher pass rates in NCEA than schools where most of the students study academic subjects.

Some schools encourage all students to attempt UE, but other schools do not allow students to enter UE unless they are sure they will pass, so their pass rates in UE will be much higher than other schools. The higher pass rate does not mean that they are doing a better job for their students than other schools are.

Education Review Office Report (ERO)

The ERO will visit every public school regularly to make in-depth analysis and report, which is published on the school website. The sequence of visit depends on how the school ERO report was:

  • 1 to 2 years: concern about some important issues
  • 3 years: good performance, with elements of high performance
  • 4 to 5 years: high quality performance is evident.
  • ERO report is the best idea to parents of how well a school performs academically and how well it looks after students.

Vocational Institutes


Vocational Schools in New Zealand are specially designed for those who do not want to undertake the traditional higher education option, and instead prefer to get trained in a specialised profession for becoming an industry ready professional.

A credited based qualification system, registered with National Qualification Framework (NQF), for a range of qualification, further facilities this process by allowing students to pursue additional vocational courses in New Zealand along with the regular school curriculum. The students also get exposed to valuable work related learning through such courses.

Vocational education in New Zealand is popularly known as Technical & Vocational Education (TVET), TVET at the tertiary level is provided through institutions like Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs), Private Training Establishments and Industry Training Organisations. Such vocational schools in New Zealand provide students an opportunity to pursue courses as varying as hospitality, beauty professions to teaching. Moreover, certain vocational programs are also available in government training institutions and various universities.

What puts New Zealand Vocational Training ahead?

  • High Quality & affordable education
  • Get the skills employers need
  • Tailored learning and flexible pathways

What can you do while and after studying?

  • You can work for 20 hours per week during the year.
  • You can work full time during scheduled breaks.
  • If the student studies for 2 years at vocational schools, they may be eligible for a job search visa after completion of courses.

Migrant Opportunity

There are a lot of different industries that really need skilled people. If you would like to stay in NZ for a longer term, there are chances of getting a work visa under the skilled migrant category.

Entry Requirement

  • 18 years of age on day 1 of courses
  • Complete secondary education offshore or NZ Year 12 or equivalent work experience.
  • English language proficiency.



New Zealand’s Polytechnics are recognised as world class educations

There are 16 Polytechnics throughout NZ, with over 157,000 students gaining qualifications in all kinds of industries.

Polytechnics provide high-quality qualifications and training focused on practical skills hands-on experience.

Polytech in facilities that mirror real-world situations and workplaces.

What can you do while studying in NZ Polytechnics?

  • Work 20 hours per week during the year
  • Work full time during scheduled breaks
  • If you are a student, who is studying from Postgraduate Programmes (Level 8), your partner and depended child can live in NZ for the same duration as you. Your partner can be eligible to apply for a work visa and your child can study free in NZ schools as a domestic student.

What can you do after studying in NZ polytechnics?

  • Post-study work visa (open) for 12 months
  • Once working, visa options for a further 2 or 3 years.

Migration Opportunities

There are a lot of different industries that really need skilled people. If you’d like to stay in New Zealand long-term, you can increase your chance of getting a work visa if you have experience of qualifications in key industries such as IT, Engineering, Agriculture & Forestry, Health & Social Services.

Institutes we proudly work with

Universities/Polytechnic we proudly work with

Australia Overview


When most people think of Australia, they see wide open spaces of outback bush, kangaroos, koalas, and clean air and water. However, Australia has so much more to offer than just that! Many international students are choosing to study in Australia because of its friendly, laid-back nature, excellent education system and high standard of living.

Growing destination: Australia is now the third most popular destination for international students in the English speaking world, behind the United States and the UK.

Global recognition: Schools and employers all over the world recognise degrees from Australian schools. Graduates from Australian schools are highly sought after due to the impressive international reputation of the Australian education system. This system is carefully regulated by the Australian government in order to maintain the high standards of education associated with the country.

Cost of Living: Australia’s standard of living is amongst the highest in the world.

Diversity of education: Institutions in Australia offer a wide variety of courses and degrees, so international students can easily find the school and field that are right for them.

Technology: One of the most appealing aspect of the country for international students is the quality of scientific research. Australia is at the forefront of new technology and innovations.

Work: Students visiting the country are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week while they are studying in Australia and full time work during scheduled breaks. This heaps students gain work experience and improve their living conditions while studying.

Institutions we work with

RNE Students in a classroom

Short-term Programs

for Primary & Intermediate Students


1 ~ 10 Weeks


NZ – Auckland
AUS – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast


Local Homestays


Public Schools
(Primary/ Intermediate)

From Global Study Tour programme, Students will experience:

  1. To build relationship/friendship between local teachers and Students by communication
  2. To improve their English by experiencing with open class activities
  3. To experience different cultural diversity

From this programme Schools in New Zealand will experience:

  1. To bond Genuine Relationship and Friendship
  2. To learn and Experience the depth of Korean Culture
  3. To build students leadership, confidence and responsibility

**Students need to be over 10+ years old when wanting to study abroad or 10years old under needs to be with a parent**

Short-term Programs

for University Students


1 ~ 5 Weeks


NZ – Auckland
AUS – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane


Local Homestays


1st Category Institutes

From Global Study and Intern programme, students will experience:

  1. 1:1 Observations with a orgranized professional mentor from work field
  2. Leadership and Bonding the Relationship with co- workers
  3. To build students leadership, confidence and responsibility

Study + Global

Internship / Volunteering programs

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