One of the most beautiful countries New Zealand has been continuously encouraging skilled migration to fulfill its labor demand as well as offering permanent residency for foreign skilled worker. It’s a great place to broaden your experience of the world and a wonderful place to live in. keeping people safe at work is a top priority in New Zealand
The New Zealand Government has lists of skill shortages. You’ll have a better chance of getting work if your job is on one of the lists. One can apply for a skilled migrant visa that lets you live and work in New Zealand indefinitely.
If you’re thinking of studying abroad, New Zealand is a great place to get a qualification that will be recognized internationally, while broadening your experience in a western-style country with a unique culture. Universities in New Zealand are top class. Many of them had been ranked in the 500 QS world universities.
Away from class, you’ll have the chance to explore one of the world’s most beautiful countries, try different experiences and adventures and enjoy a unique culture.
Public healthcare in New Zealand is free or low cost if you are a citizen, resident or hold a work visa valid for two years or more. This is thanks to heavy Government subsidies. However, optional private healthcare insurance is also available. Family doctors (known here as general practitioners or GPs) are generally easy to see and hospital Accident and Emergency treatment is free. Care for injuries from accidents is also free, covered by our unique Accident Compensation scheme.
Depending on your needs and situation, you could find the cost of living in New Zealand rather cheaper than you’re used to. To put that into perspective, generally however, things in New Zealand cost roughly the same as they do in other Western countries.
New Zealand is famously beautiful clean, green and spectacular. From the long surf beaches and native forests of the subtropical north, to the drama of the mountains, lakes, rivers and fjords of the South Island, you’ll keep finding new places to enjoy. The New Zealand weather makes it easy to get out and about. Compared to Singapore’s tropical/equatorial climate, we have what’s known as a temperate climate. We have four distinct seasons with varying types of weather, including generally warm, dry summers and cooler, wet winters.