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For enquiries, please contact:

Mike Dwight

International Director

 

Phone: +64 21 1792088

Email:   international@jpc.school.nz
Post: PO Box 5040, Rotorua, 3044
Enrolment Procedure

 

Once an application has been received:

You will receive an email confirming that we have received it.

If your application is unsuccessful, you will be advised in writing.

If your application is successful, you will receive a Conditional Offer of Place along with a fee invoice.

If your initial application is successful we will request further information, including copies of your passport, previous school records, a completed [student profile].

You must then deposit all fees into the college bank account. Details will be sent with the fee invoice.

 

Once payment has been received:

Receipt for payment of tuition fees, and a Confirmed Offer of Place will be sent.

 

Before entering New Zealand

International Students must be covered by Travel and Medical insurance while in New Zealand. We can arrange this for you if required. John Paul College uses Unicare In the event of an accident you will be eligible for accident compensation under New Zealand’s Accident Compensation Laws.

You will need to obtain a Student Visa from [New Zealand Immigration] .

 

The New Zealand Immigration Authorities will require:

Receipt for payment of the tuition fees

The Confirmed Offer of Place

An assurance that accommodation has been arranged (this appears on the confirmed offer)

 

Each country has additional local requirements which must be met before the authorities will allow a visa to be issued. The New Zealand Embassy or Consulate in your country will advise you on what other documentation is necessary.

 

https://www.uni-care.org/our-policies/nz-student-plan.aspx

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/options/study