The sought-after occupations in New Zealand (Repost)

The sought-after occupations in New Zealand (Repost)

I want to recall again the so-called “simple professions”. Readers of the blog continue to write and ask, they say, how to be non-IT people, not programmers, not system administrators? Really for them the entrance is closed?

I will explain once again what the immigration policy of New Zealand is regarding the working people (immigration at work).

Here there are two types of required specialties: long-term (will be needed for a long time) and short-term (needed right now). The main difference is that the second does not guarantee that your work visa will be renewed when the profession from the list is deleted. So it happened with the architects. Which five years ago were needed, and then were excluded from the list of specialties. However, after the earthquake in Christchurch, it seems to me, it will be returned back. Both lists can be downloaded and viewed from here.

Taking the above-mentioned documents, I counted how many there were associated with IT professions and divided the number obtained into the total number of elements. Total occupations of 238: 108 in the right now + 130 in the list of needed at all. Of these, only 27 are classified as “information technology, electronics and telecommunications”. Thus almost 90% of the professions that are necessary for New Zealand are simple. – A source.

And there are several ways for immigration: you can confirm the existing diploma and come to try to find a job (it’s difficult to remotely, the employer wants to see the goods literally as a person). Or you can finish your studies with a local diploma.

[& # 8230;] here and Russian doctors, Russian carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters, builders, drivers, entrepreneurs, lawyers – everything is there.

Most often after a short qualification course, any foreign specialist can work in New Zealand. Of course, for non-residents the cost of training is several times higher than for local people, but this is the global pricing policy of New Zealand’s educational system. Foreign students are one of the big items of local economy income.

Globally, the country needs scientists and workers. – A source.

To better understand the process of labor immigration, it is often necessary to look at a specific situation. I recently have a catastrophic lack of time, so, I’m sorry if I do not answer the letters.

But not everything is lost! To delegate, five years ago I created Studyaway.ru, where more than 30 New Zealand schools are now compiled. Representatives of these schools, institutes, colleges and universities answer the questions of those interested in free of charge. There are no additional payments for “bringing documents to the embassy” and other mutotu. Prices for Studyaway are the same as in official booklets of universities. How so? If in a simple way, then schools push the communications and consultations to representatives and at the expense of this save money and time. Thus, when the agent arranges the arrival of the student, everyone wins:

The student receives free consultations in his native language and moral assistance. The school receives a student. A representative receives a commission from the school.

Below, I collected in two large tables examples of the country’s specialties. The first institution is not in Oakland, which, I think, is a good starting place – it is cheaper to learn and live there. The second is a larger institution, in which you can choose a location, and of course there are more specialties, of course.

The institutions on the Studyaway are covered by the tested person Yulia Nikonova. There is also more heavy artillery in the form of Denis Brook, who deals with complex cases. If you think that you have this – write to him.

A guide to New Zealand specialties from the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT).

The Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT) is a public institution providing higher education. It is based in the cultural and surfing center of New Zealand – Taranaki. This is a picturesque area with a wonderful nature: the stunning snow Mt Taranaki, a long coastline, excellent surfing and ample opportunities for outdoor activities.

Due to the fact that the following professions are included in the lists needed by the country, obtaining these specialties greatly simplifies the process of immigration.

Dairy Cattle Farmer (Farm.

Dairy Cattle Farmer.

(Assistant Farm Manager),

Dairy Cattle Farmer (Herd.

Dairy Cattle Farmer (Assistant Herd Manager)

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Academic IELTS 5.5.

During your studies you can work 20 hours a week.

Long-term Skill Shortage List,

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price: $ 19,500 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Working visa for a partner.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Duration: 2 years.

Price: $ 17,500 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List,

Canterbury Skill Shortage List & lt; / p & gt;

Duration: 2 years.

Price: $ 17,500 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 2 years.

Price: $ 17,500 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Duration: 2 years.

Price: $ 18,200 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Duration: 2 years.

Price: $ 18,200 NZD.

Academic IELTS 6.0.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): $ 18,500 per year.

IELTS 6.5 (Academic)

Beginning of classes: February.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Working visa for a partner.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): please contact us.

IELTS 6.5 (Academic)

Beginning of classes: February.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Working visa for a partner.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 2 years.

The price is 1 year NZD $ 16 500.

2 year NZD $ 8 250.

The price of cook equipment is $ 1000.

Beginning of classes: February, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 16,500 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, March.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 12,520 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Guide to the necessary in New Zealand specialties from Whitireia.

On March 24, 2015, new lists of the Skill Shortage Lists were published below, an updated guide on the specialties needed in New Zealand that can be obtained by studying at Whitireia.

Obtaining one of these specialties greatly simplifies the process of immigration. Whitirai State Institute, which provides a high quality education world-class.

Duration: 3 years.

Price: $ 18,950 NZD per year.

Beginning of classes: February, June, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Price: $ 18,950 NZD.

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): $ 23,500 per year.

IELTS 6.5 (Academic)

Beginning of classes: February.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): $ 21,950 per year.

IELTS 6.5 (Academic)

Beginning of classes: February.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

IELTS 6 (Academic)

Beginning of classes: February.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

ICT, Electronics and.

Long-term Skill Shortage List Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Price (NZD): $ 11,250.

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Price (NZD): $ 21,950.

IELTS 6.5 (not less than 6 in each of the modules)

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Price (NZD): $ 31,500.

IELTS 6.5 (not less than 6 in each of the modules)

Beginning of classes: February, June, July, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Duration: 2 years.

Price (1 g): od NZD $ 19,995.

2 year NZD $ 9,995.

Beginning of classes: February, May, September.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Diesel Motor Mechanic (including Heavy Vehicle Inspector)

Motor Mechanic (General) (Automotive Technician)

Motor Mechanic (General) (Automotive Air Conditioning Technician)

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 3 years.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

At the end of the annual work visa.

Long-term Skill Shortage List.

Immediate Skill Shortage List.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

During their studies, they are allowed to work 20 hours a week.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 19,950 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 19,900 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

Canterbury Skill Shortage List.

Duration: 1 year.

Price (NZD): $ 19,900 per year.

Beginning of classes: February, July.

Find out more about Whitireia New Zealand and prices in this post.

Bonus for Russian readers.

Languages International, one of the best (in my opinion) language schools in New Zealand, has launched a special promotion for Russian students who came with Studyaway.

The conditions are simple.

Buy English courses (full day) and get discounts and free weekend trips.

10 weeks: a discount of $ 500 NZD + free tourist trip. 20 weeks: a discount of $ 1000 NZD + 2 free tourist trips.

The offer is valid until October 31, 2015!

If you have not heard of Languages International, one of the most popular and respected English schools in New Zealand, we recommend that you read the full description here. There you can also ask questions to Yulia, the official representative.

I hope somebody this post will help in implementing the idea of moving to a new country – New Zealand.

Originally published at Stas Kulesh’s Blog. You can comment here or there.