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  • Region in Profile: Dunedin

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    30 Oct 2014
    Nicknamed the “Edinburgh of the South”, Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. Though it’s only the country’s 7th largest city in population, it is considered to be one of the four main cities in New Zealand due to its unique and beautiful history, geography and culture.Read More >
  • EXPOLINGUA Berlin

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    16 Oct 2014
    EXPOLINGUA Berlin, International Fair for Languages and Cultures, is the leading event on languages in German speaking Europe. Over the last years, visitors to EXPOLINGUA have shown a strong interest in language acquisition through language travel or by doing language courses abroad. They ask questions, make plans, build contacts and find out more With over 10,000 participants and many other exhibitors at EXPOLINGUA, there are endless opportunities to network with individuals and businesses in the same field. From among these thousands...Read More >
  • Behind the New Zealand Currency

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    25 Sep 2014
    We’re going to give you a tour of our currency, showing milestones and important people in our history, as well as some of the beautiful landscapes and birds you’ll find on our colourful and interesting currency.Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Christchurch

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    25 Sep 2014
    Often referred to as “The Garden City” because of its many expansive parks and gardens, Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island and the third most populous urban area in New Zealand. The local people of Christchurch enjoy an active lifestyle while surrounded by both natural and man-made environments that have been hailed as world-class areas time and time again.Read More >
  • Immigration ONLINE - Student

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    11 Sep 2014
    Immigration New Zealand has launched their Immigration ONLINE - Student system. Applications for student visas can now be made online at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa. Applicants will still need to provide pasports through the relevant Visa Application Centre (VAC) offshore, or via INZ Palmerston North if they are already in New Zealand. In 2015 e-visas will become more widely available so for most students this step will no longer be necessary. Next year INZ will also introduce a third party partners portal so agents...Read More >
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