- 匿名使用者1 0 年前最佳解答
I am not sure if you have visited to their official website, I think you could obtain more information from there.
There will be a very high english requirement for PhD students, I think the minimum requirement for IELTs would be 7.5 (overall) or 8.0.
If your english ability isn't very good, I think you will have to attend to english course first. You will have to meet their IELTs requirement before you can start your course, so that's entirely depending on how good is your english.
Language school will be quite expensive as they are privately owned. Some universities will provide english courses, the fee will be about NZ$280 to $380 per week.
If you are not a resident or citizen here, I think the school fee is going to be very costly. The fee will be vary depending on what major are you going to study. So please refer to their official site.
For accommodation and other living expenses - Christchurch isn't too bad comparing to other major cities in New Zealand. However, I would say the breakdown cost will be:
Rent : about NZ$100 to $150 per week (sharing flat with the others)
Power: about NZ$10 to $30 per week (depending on your usage, winter would be more expensive as you are most likely using heater over winter)
Phone / Mobile phone : NZ$43 / $20 per month
Internet: about NZ$15 per month (dail up) / $39.95 (boardband with reasonable data transfer usage)
Food & Grocery shopping: about NZ$50 to $80 per week. (if you are going to cook instead of dining out, you could save a bit)
Transportation: about NZ$0 to $10 per week (depending on where you live).
Entertainment: about $10 to $30 a week (depending on whether you would go out or not)
Health insurance: about NZ$250 to $350 a year (this is the requirement for international students)
Flight ticket: about NZ$1700 to $1900 (return ticket from NZ to Taiwan)
Other expenses: about $50 to $100 per month
2006-12-30 21:28:28 補充：
For a doctoral degree, it takes approximately 3 to 5 years, depending upon your progress I think. In the same sense, if you take longer to complete, it is going to cost you more as you will have to live here longer.
2006-12-30 21:29:11 補充：
Yes, you can work up to 20 hours per week as an international student. If you are a resident or citizen here, you can work as many hours as you like.
2006-12-30 21:29:27 補充：
However, you should be aware that studying a doctoral degree will be very time consuming, it is going to be very difficult for you to work and study at the same time
2006-12-30 21:29:54 補充：
Go to their official website, choose what field you are going to study and write directly to the dean. They will require your transcript from your previous studies, as well as your english ability prove (English test results)
2006-12-30 21:30:09 補充：
In NZ, University begins in late Feb, so at this time you may be too late to enroll for 2007. I think you should write them and make sure you obtain all the accurate information from the department.
2006-12-30 21:30:35 補充：
If your friend has just completed a degree in Taiwan, he will have to study Postgraduate dip before taking masters.
2006-12-30 21:31:48 補充：
Tell your friend to send an email to the department, describe what he has studied and the results, also what he wants to achieve and see what offer Canterbury can give him.
2006-12-30 21:31:58 補充：
If he has completed his degree with honor, then he may get more credits from his degree and spend less time to obtain his master.
2006-12-30 21:32:42 補充：
You can email me for further queries, please note that I can only reply in english as I don't type Chinese.
- 匿名使用者5 年前
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- 1 0 年前
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