New Zealand is home to one of the best K-12 Education systems in the world.
Why New Zealand Schools?
The latest PISA results show that eight percent of New Zealand students were top all-around students, double the OECD average.
New Zealand students’ PISA scores for literacy, maths, and science are amongst the highest in the world.
All schools adhere to standards set and rigorously monitored by the New Zealand Government.
What's in it for International Students?
New Zealand is the first country in the world to introduce a code of practice to safeguard the interests of international students. This code is monitored by the Government of New Zealand and ensures a uniform code of conduct in all the schools of the country.
New Zealand is the second safest place on earth to live. So rest assured your children will be in the safest hands.
New Zealand embraces the best global practices when it comes to imparting education at school level. Our teachers are caring and well qualified.
Schools here provide a balance of theory and practice when it comes to educating children. It ensures an overall growth for them.
The school education system of New Zealand allows students to choose their own path when it comes to schooling. This enables students to get an ideal study program which compliments their needs and interests.
Multiple Qualifications at School Level
The education system of New Zealand offers multiple qualifications at the school level. This ensures that there is equal opportunity for every student. Please connect with us to know more about it.
National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA)
New Zealand’s main national school’s qualification. Can also include the University Entrance qualification and is recognized by many countries, including the United States, Britain, and Australia when attained at NCEA level 3.
The Cambridge Examinations
Approximately 60 New Zealand secondary schools offer this qualification. It can be attained at three levels in either year 11, 12 or 13 and uses a range of assessment methods with the emphasis on external exams. Coursework and internal assessment are also part of many subjects.
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Developed in Geneva, the IB is designed to provide an internationally accepted qualification for entry to higher education. There are 21 World Schools in New Zealand offering one or more of the three IB programmes.
How can Provisas help you?
Being a licensed immigration adviser we can help you with all your paperwork and visa formalities. Connect with us for further assistance.