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Your IDP Education counsellor will guide you through the application process for your New Zealand student visa.To receive a student visa, you have to prove that you have enough money to pay for living expenses, education costs and travel for your entire stay in New Zealand.
For your student visa you may also require:
Offer letter: The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) offer letter to international students which lists minimum course duration, course fees andwhether the fees are applicable at domestic or foreign rates.
Guarantee of Stay (for students aged under 18 years): A written document from an institution or person that states that the student has suitable accommodation arranged in New Zealand.
Health and medical requirements: If you are staying in New Zealand for more than six months then you need to be screened for tuberculosis. For a longer stay, medical and X-ray certificates need to be provided.
Work plans: If you plan to work after your studies in New Zealand then your IDP Education adviser may be able to provide basic guidance about the visa options available, but you will need to contact a migration agent for further assistance.
Documents required: Original police certificates are required if you are aged 17 years and above intending to stay in New Zealand for 24 months or longer and less than 6 months old.
Evidence of funds: Courses which are more than 36 weeks - funds of NZ$15,000 per year
It is always best to contact you counsellors regarding visa.