NZAS #7: How to Overcome the Academic Pressure

***2018 NZAS Completion Ceremony***  With passion, determination, hard work and perseverance, dreams  can become a reality. Interestingly, people often boast that they are hard workers without understanding what it really means. In fact, it demands  a lot of time and energy behind the scene to make things really work. Should we really push ourselves beyond... Continue Reading →

NZAS #5: From Benguet State University To The University of Auckland!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1q1HZLQ528 Kia Ora! I have mixed emotions as my journey to NZ will truly begin soon. I feel sad to leave a handful of dear people in my country but at the same time I also feel excited to meet new people and study in the highest-ranked university in New Zealand. I still cannot believe... Continue Reading →

NZAS #4: How To Send Passport & Handling Fee By Post?

Some applicants are required to provide their passport even if they applied for New Zealand visa online.  If you need to provide your passport, you would have been advised of this on the ‘Thank you’ page when you submitted your Immigration ONLINE visa application. If you are not sure if you need to provide your passport,... Continue Reading →

NZAS #2 |New Zealand ASEAN Scholarship Award: My Unexpected Surprise!

Act without Expectations Inspired by Daily Prompt: Expectation While most couples expect to receive surprises from their loved ones on Valentine's Day, I never truly expect that the my mailbox would surprise me with the Scholarship Letter of Offer on February 14! It is sure a great surprise! From now on, I am very much inspired to share about my NZAS milestones in... Continue Reading →

NZAS #1 | The New Zealand ASEAN Scholarship Award

Update:  It's February 2018! Application is now open for 2019 intake 🙂 CHECK THE PROCESS HERE. Maybe you are looking for career growth and you want to upgrade you skills and broaden your knowledge. Why not study abroad? The New Zealand government is offering a prestigious scholarships for people from developing countries to study in... Continue Reading →

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