EDUCATION IN NEW ZEALAND Education in New Zealand

Engineering:

The New Zealand Certificate in Engineering (NZCE) was introduced to provide a recognised qualification for technicians, who apply in a reasonable manner proven techniques which are commonly understood by those who are expert in a branch of engineering, or those techniques specially prescribed by professional engineers. The engineering programmes in New Zealand are designed to meet the changing needs of today’s technological world. The courses offered are in areas of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering, Bachelor of Information Sciences, Engineering Technology, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Telecommunications, Refrigeration, Production Engineering etc. The Faculties of Engineering in New Zealand are committed to creating an environment where people thrive and contribute to improving the quality of life in national and global communities, as well as enhancing the wealth creation of the nation, through excellence in teaching, research and service.

Future of young Engineers in New Zealand:

Students are trained in pragmatic, analytical thinking, and to provide significant contribution to technological, economic and social development. Colleges take pride in helping students reach their full potential, with their graduates highly sought after by employers both within New Zealand and around the world. The number of students studying Engineering in New Zealand has multiplied enormously since the first enrolments in 1955, thereby demonstrating the reality of the need for courses of this kind. Several engineering students find work in NZ as ICT professionals, Electronics Engineer, Computer Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Industrial Electrician, Engineering technologists etc.


Business/ Commerce:

New Zealand has career oriented education systems. It grants courses about Production systems, Supply Chain Management, E-Commerce, Marketing, Food Economies, International agribusiness, Business Studies (Property Management), Business Studies (Agribusiness), Accounting and Finance, Accounting and Finance, Business Law and Taxation, etc. The courses even elaborate upon how to apply and integrate scientific, technological and business knowledge to meet marketplace demands. And reflect upon how to gain a strong understanding of what it takes to be sustainable and competitive along the value chain and in global markets. These courses are designed to build management skills applicable across the primary industries, and you'll integrate new scientific, technological, and business knowledge to shape a brighter future for an area of enterprise that sustains us all.

Future of young Businessmen and Commercial Professionals in New Zealand:

The Commerce Commission seeks to achieve the best possible outcomes in competitive and regulated markets for the long term benefit of New Zealanders. Being NZ’s regulatory agency, they ensure awareness of and compliance with the Commerce, Fair Trading, Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance, Telecommunication, Electricity Industry Reform and Dairy Industry Restructuring Acts. Besides a lot of small scale industries are being established in NZ, which reinforces job openings for fresh hard working and sincere business and commerce graduates.


Information Technology:

New Zealand is leading in IT education. All students are provided free internet access on campus depending on what type of student he/she is, defines the limits of your access. Find all the details on the Electronic Campus Services information. All suitable devices can connect to the University network and use resources such as internet access, CECIL and library resources. The courses offered in NZ Colleges range from diplomas, certifications to degrees in IT, Advanced Network Security, Computing, Information and Communication Technology, Applied Informatics courses, as well as national certifications and the CISCO Certified Network Associate.

Future of IT Professional in New Zealand:

Information Technology is already a major sector of employment in New Zealand. It has experienced phenomenal growth in recent times and this is expected to continue well into next century - according to several scholars, the "Information Age" is just beginning. There are many areas of specialisation within the general field of I.T. The particular slant towards internet technologies and data communications in our B. Tech means that many of our graduates will work in these areas. Students could be designing medical software for doctor’s surgeries, building mobile phone software, internet applications or bank account systems for large banks.


Art and Designing:

New Zealand being a prodigy in the field of Art and Design, seeks to focus on the application of design, rather than promoting it as a traditional source of recreation. Designing Universities in New Zealand know that everyone likes a great design; especially the world’s top most businesses.

 Future of gifted Artists and Designers in New Zealand:

In New Zealand, several Art and Design students opt for conventional courses like Fine Arts, Contemporary Photography, Graphic Design, Architectural Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design etc. However, some highly specialised Art therapy courses like Master of Arts in arts management, Master of Arts in arts in arts therapy (Clinical), Post graduate Research are also pursued. Creative therapists enjoy rewarding careers in a variety of therapeutic settings in mental health environments, prisons and the community. Working through art, they help people with trauma, addictions and psychological or emotional issues. Wedding and nature photographers are seeked very often.


Health Sciences:

The Faculty of Science at New Zealand is a great place to study. They offer a wide and exciting variety of subjects and specializations to thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate students studying across different schools and departments. It is ranked among the world's top 100 science faculties - and top 50 when it comes to life sciences. They are dedicated to quality teaching by academic staffs who are experts in their chosen fields. Learning in a first-rate research-led environment means our programs incorporate the latest research findings as well as general education courses to equip you with an understanding of fields outside of your usual area of study. Studying in New Zealand will equip students with the skills to solve the problems of the 21st Century.

Future of dedicated Health Science Professionals in New Zealand:

There are several Health science programs being offered in New Zealand. A few of them being: Biological Sciences, Biodiversity Microbiology, Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, Molecular Cellular Developmental Biology, Plant Molecular Science, Proteomics & Bio medicine, Structural Biology, Wine Science, Bioinformatics, Acupuncture, child health, Emergency Management, Health care ethics, Health care ethics, Midwifery, Mind Body Healthcare, Rehabilitation, Sport and exercise science, Bio security & Conservation. Several career possibilities can be explored after attaining a qualification in Health Sciences -Doctors, Nurses, Counselors, Psychotherapists, Body therapists, Occupational Therapists, Pediatrician, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths etc.