We recommend finding a job in New Zealand on: TradeMe(www.trademe.co.nz/jobs) SEEK( www.seek.co.nz) Please don`t forget to join one of our afternoon options such as CV Writing and Job Interview Skills to make sure you are ready to look for a job.
Where can I find out information on my work rights in New Zealand and rules for working on a student visa?
Working in another country can be very different from working in your country. In New Zealand there are laws to protect all workers, and this includes international students. We also recommend that you join our afternoon option of CV Writing and Job Interview Skills and we will give you more information about working in NZ.
A Working holiday Visa or a Student visa. A Student visa allows you to work maximum 20 hours per week. You cannot work on a Visitor Visa. More information can be found on Immigration New Zealand’s website.
You can apply for a student visa if you study full-time for more than 14 weeks. Online visa application is the easiest way. You can do the process by your self or using an Educational Agent or Immigration Advisor. Once you pay your tuition fees and prepare all documents you need, you can apply for […]
Student, Visitor and Working Holiday visas are the most common types of visas that our students have. We do accept also Seasonal Visa, Work visa, Diplomatic and Resident. Each of these has different requirements, conditions, rights, processes, and procedures that vary from country to country. To find out which visa is best for you, we […]
As soon as possible and please do not send flight details on the Friday of the weekend before the student arrives.
What if I miss my flight, how can I inform the airport pick up service that I have booked I will arrive late?”
Please contact Premier Transfers 021 272 1010 (From New Zealand) +64 21 272 1010 (From Overseas) Send an email to: [email protected] You need to tell the following information: ①Full Name ②Flight No. ③Arrival Time
Many families will have dogs, cats or both. If you are allergic and cannot live with pets, you must tell us on the enrolment form. The WWSE Homestay Team will do their best to match all your requirements.
Unfortunately, most bedrooms in New Zealand do not come with an own bathroom. Most of our students will need to share a bathroom with the rest of the host family.
You must tell us when you send your enrolment. None of our host families allow smoking inside the house, so please discuss with your family where you can smoke and where you can throw away any cigarette butts after smoking.