New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand offers all possible opportunities to attain high quality of educational services, along with aspects of modern life. That is if you made the choice of working while studying, it is more often that your accommodation, work place and your university will be in one area.

The New Zealand's society is an open minded one that with high levels of intercultural communication.

Native English speakers.

One of the most important features of New Zealand is the high ranked schools and universities competing with the United States and the United Kingdom, which made it famous as an educational destination for international students round the world.

The campus life at the universities of New Zealand is most famous for the international students, which makes it a great opportunity for Middle Eastern students to build a base of cross-cultural communication between different ethnicities and orientations.

Food worms especially Mediterranean's shall not worry about their favorite cuisines, as Arabic restaurants are available on hand at the cities of New Zealand. Sahara Tent Café at the city of Hamilton, the Finnegan cuisine and Istanbul café at the city of wellington are few to mention. And, just for the record Wellington was named "The capital of world cuisine".

Nature worms will definitely appreciate the countryside of New Zealand. No matter where your destination is, you will encounter dazzling nature of green hills and fields, cold breezes out the ocean as well as clear skies with sparkling stars.

Most universities of New Zealand support their students with accommodations, financial support and job opportunities.

New Zealand has a sunny weather and a vibrant nature, with a 2050 of sunny hours round the year.

Fees of study in the universities and educational institutes range between (25000– 30000 NZD ) according to the institute chosen.

In the 2006 census, 67.6 percent identified ethnically as European and 14.6 percent as Māori.] An additional 11.1 percent of the population identified simply as being of "New Zealander" (or similar) origin; most of these are believed to be of European heritage. Other major ethnic groups include Asian (9.2 percent) and Pacific peoples (6.9 percent), while 1 percent identified with other ethnicities. The population has become more diverse in recent decades: in 1961, the census reported that the population of New Zealand was 92 percent European and 7 percent Māori, with Asian and Pacific minorities sharing the remaining 1 percent.

While the demonym for a New Zealand citizen is New Zealander, the informal "Kiwi" is commonly used both internationally] and by locals. The Māori loanword Pākehā has been used to refer to New Zealanders of European descent, although others reject this appellation. The word Pākehā today is increasingly used to refer to all non-Polynesian New Zealander

Accompanied with its fabulous nature, Australia is the destination for sightseeing and touristy monuments, to mention a few; The Sydney Tower, Opera and the Circular Quay.

The Islamic community in Australia according to the population survey of 2006 has more than 340.000 Muslim. Ibrahim Abu Mohammed the Egyptian member of the Islamic universities was voted as the new Mufti of Australia after the late shek Fahmi AL Emam, former Mufti of Australia in the 21st of September this year.

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