Are you wondering what a typical day of an international student in New Zealand looks like? One of our IT students shared his experience so you could see what it’s like to be a student of Regent International.
Cycling to school is the cheapest and healthiest way of commuting. If you are considering riding a bike in Auckland, this article is for you. Before cycling on the road, we suggest you have a look at the official New Zealand code for cyclists to make sure that you know all the rules. Cyclists must wear […]
New Zealand is a great place for families. According to HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer survey, New Zealand has been ranked as second best country to move to. However, before deciding to bring your family you need to consider a few aspects such as financial implications, childcare, schooling needs and immigration rules. Visa options Your family […]
Coming to study in a different country can be tough. It is common for international students entering a foreign culture to experience culture shock. At first you are full of excitement but after some time, you may start feeling homesick and frustrated. It is called the fright stage. You can read more information about culture […]
The Department of Horticulture at Regent celebrated its 10th Anniversary on the 11th of April 2017. About 100 people joined our celebration including our valued partners, alumni and some of our current students. Christine Newland, Chief Guest and Consultant, gave an inspiring speech about Horticulture industry in New Zealand. During the ceremony, we awarded our […]
Regent’s Student Council is here to make our students’ life easier and more fun. Meet our Student Council Representatives: Matthew Lawrence Sy Caitor – NZ Diploma in IT Technical Support (Level 5) “Hey! I am Matthew! I’m pretty short and you can usually find me in the computer lab doing my thing. If you ever […]
What is the Skilled Migrant Category and how does it work? The Skilled Migrant Category is a points-based residence policy, for people who wish to live permanently in New Zealand. A person who wishes to apply for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category must first put in an Expression of Interest (EOI) to Immigration New […]