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Learn how Science works

Posted by; BBC Migration | Date: January 13, 2020


Learn how Science works

Gaining global exposure is inevitable when pursuing Science in New Zealand. A perfect combination of theory and practical learning, New Zealand gives you the opportunity to think critically, answer your curious mind, be able to use your scientific knowledge and reward a promising career path as the job opportunities are in ample.

Cost of Studying AppliedScience course in New Zealand:

While the universities in New Zealand set their respective tuition rates, thecost of pursuing a course in Science is expected to be around $22,500 NZD per year, at the undergraduate leveland if you plan to study the postgraduate program, you can add $5,000 NZ to the above.In addition to the tuition fees, it is crucial to take into account course fees, housing costs, food and costs associated with travel.Read: Which city is the best for students in New Zealand.

Key takeaways of this course:

With the completion of this course, you will learn to research, experiment, record and write into the area of Science that interests you and it will enable you tofurther analyze and interpret the proven results or the data. You will also learn effective communication;team building and generate the opportunity to apply Technical and Conceptual knowledge – appropriate to your qualification. You will learn to be a critical thinker with good quantitative skills and will be trained to carry out experiments individually.

Expected pay scale and work opportunities in New Zealand:

Starting from $52K gradually increasing with the experience

The chances of getting a job post completion of this program is good in New Zealand especially in sciences that develop new technologies, products and services and you may get employment opportunities as:

  • Analytical Chemist
  • Biomedical Scientist
  • Clinical research associate
  • Food Technologist
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Meteorologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Lab Scientist
  • Nanotechnologist
  • Plant breeder / geneticist
  • Research Scientist
  • Lab technician
  • Water quality scientist
  • Public Health or as a Food Technologist

What will your work profile look like:

The work profile may again vary depending upon your subject specification. If you are a science technician, you will have to collect and collate data for research, prepare equipment, materials, productsfor experiments and surveys, perform experiments and evaluate the results, set up, operate and maintain laboratories for teaching and research, help with site surveys and tests. You would also have to write reports and papers on research results and maintain databases as well as order laboratory supplies and equipment.Most importantly, you will achieve a fine work-life balance with this profile.

Stay Back option:

Post completion of your studies in New Zealand, you can be eligible for stay option for 3 years on Post study work-visa. You may also be eligible to apply for a resident visa and settle in New Zealand if you find a job in your profession.

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