Where shall I live?


    There are three common types of accommodation for international students:
  • Homestay
  • Student village
  • Self-arranged off-campus accommodation


    There are three common types of accommodation for international students:
  • Homestay
  • Student village
  • Self-arranged off-campus accommodation

If the student is under 18 years old, it is compulsory for him/her to live with a homestay family. The homestay family will provide meals for the students and help with laundry etc.

If students are over 18 years old, they tend to move out from homestay and start to rent a place by themselves. Alternatively, they can contact their school about student village. Please bear in mind, only limited spaces available for student village, you need apply as early as possible to find a room.

Saving Your Study Expenses through the Investment in NZ Property Market

Study in New Zealand with zero cost = Property Investment in New Zealand

Study Cost
New Zealand education and environment have earned good reputation worldwide, in recent years, more and more parents choose to let their children study in New Zealand. The cost of studying abroad is substantial, in order to create the best future for their children, parents have to invest a lot of money for their children to study.

Students have to pay high tuition fees each year, the average annual tuition of high school programme is roughly RMB 90,000, undergraduate postgraduate programme is even higher at RMB 120,000-180,000. In addition, the average annual living cost is around RMB 70,000-80,000. For this reason, parents have to transfer a large amount of money each year to New Zealand. Exchange rate adjustments and a variety of additional overhead also bring a lot of burden to each parent.

Is there any way to offset or earn this great amount of study cost? IEF has a good solution – Property Investment in New Zealand!

Earning Study Cost by Property Investment

Student A came to New Zealand to study high school 7 years ago, his family bought a villa with two bedrooms and one living room in Auckland for him for leasing. After 7 years when he graduated, he sold the villa with rental income and capital gain which can cover his living cost (see below table):

Year Tuition (NZD) Living Cost (NZD) Rental Income (NZD) (deducing management cost) Purchasing Price / Selling Price (NZD)
Year 10 15,000 12,000 12,500 300,000
Year 11 15,000 12,000 12,500 —-
Year 12 16,000 12,000 12,500 —-
Year 13 16,000 12,000 12,500 —-
University Year 1 25,000 15,000 15,000 —-
University Year 2 25,000 15,000 15,000 —-
University Year 3 (Graduated) 26,000 15,000 17,500 600,000
Total 138,000 93,000 97,500 600,000
600,000 (Selling Price)-300,000 (Purchasing Price)+97,500 (Rental Income) -93,000 (Living Cost) -138,000 (Tuition) = 166,500 (Net Profit)

More and more parents consider investing property while their children studying in New Zealand, through reasonable investment, students can study with zero tuition and living cost! Please feel free to contact us at our China free telephone line 95040393233!