Programs by Faculty
Universities in New Zealand offer professional courses to national as well as international students. Most common courses offered in New Zealand are listed below:
- Graduate Program in Professional Economics
- Applied Finance (MAF)
- Architecture (Professional)
- Commerce (M.Com)
- Disaster Management
- E-Government Program
- Engineering Management
- Engineering Studies in Medical Devices and Technologies
- Entrepreneurship (MEntr)
- Global Business
- Information Management (M.I.M.)
- Information Studies (M.I.S.)
- International Business (MIntBus)
- International Studies
- Management (MMgt)
- Marketing (MMktg)
- ArProfessional Accountingts
- Public Health
- Post Experience Programs in Public Policy
Work Rights During Study
Students are also permitted to work together with studies (either full-time seasonal work in June, July and August, or part-time work of no more than ten hours a week).
Post Study Work Rights
Upon graduation student are approved one year work visa namely Search Year (“zoekjaar”) under Orientation year for Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates to help them find employment.
Upon finding a Job you will be able to extend your stay, leading to permanent residence in Netherlands.
- College admission letter
- Previous educational transcripts/certificates
- Sufficient funds
- Valid IELTS/ TOEFL score
- Valid passport
Step 1: Meet our trained counselors Attend a counseling session at your closest branch to find out your options relating to study destination, courses available and recommended institutions. Our counselors are well trained by foreign universities to guide students with most updated admission and visa requirements as admission and visa policies keep on changing. They will give you admission checklist for the documents you will need to provide for admission and visa.
Step 2: Register with Berkeley Overseas Consultant Submit all required documents as per admission checklist and register with BOC to start your admission process.
Step 3: Apply for admission Finalize your study options regarding to course and university carefully. We may submit you admission applications to multiple universities to increase more chances for your admission. Application fee is waived to us for some of the universities we represent. You can submit proof of your English language ability like IELTS/TOEFL later and can start process without it. Ask us for exemption chances of English proficiency tests too. After submission of application we will keep tracking the applications status by keeping in contact with the institution on your behalf and will regularly update you.
Step 4: Receive an Offer Letter At this point we will receive your admission notification which we well forward to you. Now fulfill any condition of admission to obtain unconditional admission letter. Universities give certain time to accept or reject admission so your quick response is mandatory.
Step 5: Undertake Medical and PCC After receiving your offer letter from an institution, you will need to undertake a medical examination by one of the doctors approved by the New Zealand Government. A list of the approved panel doctors can be found by visiting: www.immigration.govt.nz/paneldoctors At the same time you need to arrange for your Police Clearance Certificate.
Step 6: Organize Funds For study visa you are required to show sufficient balance in your or sponsor bank account to cover your study and living expense. Please consult us for more accurate advise and required amount of funds, sponsor and supporting documents.
Step 7: Visa lodgment You will provide all documents outlined in the checklist given to you earlier. Just like your admission application, Times Consultant will keep you updated with any information embassy required regarding your visa application as we will be in contact with the visa office on your behalf. You are also required to provide bio-metric at nearest Gerry’s Visa Center.
Step 8: Approval in Principal After lodgement of your visa applications, and once we have advised you that you have received “Approval in Principal” of your visa from the New Zealand Government. This is a positive response and it means you can also start planning your travel and accommodation for New Zealand!
Step 9: Pay Tuition fee Now you will need to pay your course fee of normally first year. To accept your offer from an education provider, you may be asked to pay first semester fee and some deposit to confirm your study place. Most reliable payment method is paying through either Telegraphic Transfer (TT) but it can also be paid through Direct Debit (DD). Fee is paid directly to the university. Remember few universities & colleges charge some deposits before applying for visa.
Step 10: Visa Decision We will immediately inform you upon knowing outcome of your visa application so you can come in to collect your visa stamped.