New Zealand 's social origins blend pacific culture with colonialism from Europe to the ‘ New World '
Only 150 years ago, New Zealanders were forging a new society from a rugged uncompromising land. A result is New Zealander's ‘do it yourself' attitude. Pragmatic innovation is a common theme and fresh thinking and new ideas have become a hallmark of this uniquely pacific nation.
‘New world thinking' gives students in New Zealand institutions the freedom to think for them selves and to realize their potential as members of the ‘New World Class
The awesome landscapes with lush green forests and amazing wildlife, the diverse, sophisticated and multicultural society, honest, friendly and open minded people and the world class infrastructure and network of highly renowned universities, polytechnics and institutes of technology make New Zealand an ideal destination for international students.
The country experiences temperate climate though the North of New Zealand is sub-tropical. The average maximum temperature ranges from 20 – 30 C during summer (December – February). Winter months (June – August) bring down the mercury levels to 10 – 15 C. The temperature fluctuates around 14 C during spring and autumn. The New Zealanders are highly educated and sophisticated urban dwellers. They form a unique, vibrant and multicultural society that embraces 21st Century technology and culture with ease. The cultural background of individualism, self-reliance and a genius for invention sets the New Zealanders apart from the others. The people love their landscape and outdoor activities.