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These links should be able to guide you

A thorough guide to the following topics is available in our Guide to Studying in New Zealand, which is provided to you prior to Induction.

Your well-being is our top priority. In case of any urgent assistance or support, reach out to us through our 24/7 Emergency contact number +64 21 303 133.

 

For ease of access, the following links may also be of use: 

Deciding to study in New Zealand

Working in NZ

General Information 

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/preparing-a-visa-application/working-in-nz  

 

Workers’ Rights 

https://www.employment.govt.nz/starting-employment/rights-and-responsibilities 

 

Working on a student visa 

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/preparing-a-visa-application/education-quals-study/working-on-a-student-visa 

 

Please check with your Marketing Representative for more details. 

 

Exploitation 

 

Minimum wage 

https://www.employment.govt.nz/hours-and-wages/pay/minimum-wage/minimum-wage-rates/  

 

Notifying authorities 

https://www.crimestoppers-nz.org/

 

Please also talk to us immediately if you feel you are being exploited by an employer. 

Other Useful Information

Careers.govt.nz is a very valuable site that provides:

Staying Safe

General Advice 

Student safety in Auckland https://attract.aucklandnz.com/study-work-and-live/study/student-life/safety-in-the-city  

New Zealand Police: https://www.police.govt.nz/advice/personal-community/keeping-safe/home-safe  

 

Staying safe in a natural disaster 

https://getready.govt.nz/

 

Staying Safe from the sun 

https://www.sunsmart.org.nz/ 

 

Staying safe in and around water 

https://www.watersafetynz.org/resources 

 

Staying safe when walking & tramping 

https://www.doc.govt.nz/

 

Cyber Security 

https://www.cert.govt.nz/individuals/guides/ 

 

Avoiding online scams 

https://netsafe.org.nz/scam-tips/ 

 

Tips to stay well when using a computer 

https://www.worksafe.govt.nz/topic-and-industry/working-from-home/setting-up-a-healthy-workstation-when-working-from-home/

Taha Whānau - Social Wellbeing

Counselling 

https://info.health.nz/services-support/mental-health-services/where-to-get-help/

Finding your cultural & faith community 

https://www.ethniccommunities.govt.nz/community-directory/ 

 

LGBTQIA+ Support

Rainbow Youth: https://ry.org.nz/

Outline: https://outline.org.nz/

 

Disability Support

Disability Connect: https://disabilityconnect.org.nz/

Volunteering 

External Evaluation Review Report by NZQA

In New Zealand, the NZQA assesses the standard of education for all tertiary education organisations through a regular system of external evaluation and review (EER). Through periodic EER, tertiary education organisations are held accountable to their students, employers, funders, quality assurance bodies and other interested parties.

Please go to https://www.nzqa.govt.nz, and search our provider name (e.g. AGI Education, Kauri Academy etc.)  to view our latest EER report from NZQA.

The Education (Pastoral Care for International Students) Code of Practice 2021

  • For international students aged 18 and above 18 years of age

  • For international students under 18 years of age

  • For further information about the Code and to download a copy please go to https://www2.nzqa.govt.nz/tertiary/the-code/

  • To view AKA Education’s Code of Practice Review 2023, click here.

  • Annual Complaints and Critical Incidents reports may be found on the Downloads page of each individual provider

Education Code of Practice
EER
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