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Please note: if you are dealing with one of our local representatives, as third party, they are entitled to ask 300 euro extra for Diploma authentication. However, they are obliged to inform you beforehand of these extra charges. If a local representative is charging more, or charging amounts which are not mentioned on our general web site, or in the placement offer you received from us, please inform us immediately. Informing us will never jeopardise your chances of success to get admission or even your visa. We will legally protect students who have documented proof of bad dealings of our local representatives.

Please also note: We always provide an invoice showing the amount to pay. Never pay anything without receiving a receipt or payment confirmation. We wil always inform your representative of any amount received by us or the institutes we represent. You are entitled to receive this information personally, but we need your e-mail address for that. Be sure to fill that in on your application form!

However: If you do not inform us beforehand of any bad dealing, and you pay the extra amounts yourself to the third party and cannot provide payment proof, we can do nothing about it if you complain afterwards. Please note that StudyNewZealand.eu is not liable for charged amounts made by third parties and is not liable for charged amounts not appearing on our invoice or the invoices of the institutes we represent!

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    Congratulations to CBHS Old Boy, Paul Coll winning the 2021 British Squash Open. Paul has created history by becoming the first New Zealand man to win the prestigious British Open squash title.

    His promise began to emerge as a boarder at Christchurch Boys' High School when he was part of a team that won the national secondary schoolboys crown in 2009, and the year following he claimed the New Zealand North Island under-19 title after finishing runner-up in the South Island event.

    Coll, from Greymouth, joins Dame Susan Devoy and Leilani Joyce as the two New Zealand women's winners of the tournament. It capped off a remarkable run at the tournament after his semifinal victory over world No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy, who had held a 9-1 record over Coll.

    read more... 30-08-2021
  • COVID-19 and international students for New Zealand 2021-2022
    Immigration New Zealand will refund roughly NZ$ 14 million in visa fees, and officially cancel the files that were suspended in August 2020

    New Zealand will not accept new international student applications until 2022. New international students can re-apply when normal border operations and visa services start up again.

    read more... 06-08-2021
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