Admission in New Zeland
About New Zeland
Primary and secondary schooling is compulsory for children aged 6 to 16, with the majority attending from the age of 5. There are 13 school years and attending state (public) schools is free to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents from a person's 5th birthday to the end of the calendar year following their 19th birthday. New Zealand has an adult literacy rate of 99%, and over half of the population aged 15 to 29 hold a tertiary qualification. There are five types of government-owned tertiary institutions: universities, colleges of education, polytechnics, specialist colleges, and w?nanga, in addition to private training establishments. In the adult population 14.2% have a bachelor's degree or higher, 30.4% have some form of secondary qualification as their highest qualification and 22.4% have no formal qualification. The OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment ranks New Zealand's education system as the seventh best in the world, with students performing exceptionally well in reading, mathematics and science.
|Serial No||College Name||University Name||LOGO||Website|
It feels really very peaceful when I finally got admission in "Sir Salimullah Medical College" under "University of Dhaka". AIEC helps me a lot from begining to my boarding at college hostle. I am very much Thankful to AIEC to make my dream true in such a cofortable fees.
AbroIndia kept their promises and helped me to take admission in Russia. Thanks.
My NEET rank wasnot good as I was in trouble at the time of exam. So, I was worried about my future. Finally AIEC helped me to find my proper place. I got my hope back, now feel so luckey to get AIEC at the right moment of my career. Thanks a lot