You can earn while learning in New Zealand.
In fact an international education might strain the budget of any student. In the country, all students who are undergoing a course of 1 year duration or more can work at part time jobs for around 20 hours per week during the semesters as also holidays. This lets them top up the balance in their banks and offers a remarkable opportunity to fully integrate into the host community and also come across new people.
After graduation what?
There are shortages in skills across several sectors in New Zealand’s labour market, as such graduates remain in good demand. In particular, a strong demand is felt for skilled workers in areas such as information and communications technology, engineering industries health, and farming and agriculture. Besides, students who possess skills that are in demand and want to live in the country on a long-term basis can apply for a Skilled Migrant visa that lets them work and live permanently.