What is a short-term study tour?
“short-term study tour” means that students travel to overseas famous schools in one to four weeks, experience the special courses, local culture and lifestyle of foreign schools, and learn about the local scenery while studying. It is an overseas travel based on “learning”. With the rising demand for studying abroad, the independence of small international students has received attention. ” Short-term study tour ” can train students’ independent living ability overseas and establish a great life ideal. Many parents send their children to study abroad in order to learn from the future, to understand, familiarize with and choose the future study environment.

The advantage of studying abroad?
l Can help establish a good visa record and lay the foundation for a smooth study visa in the future;
l Interact with classrooms of foreign famous schools to experience unique learning methods abroad;
l Inspire students’ learning initiative, let them experience the study abroad life in advance through short-term study tour to judge whether they are suitable for studying and living independently overseas.
l Compared with traditional study abroad, although “micro study abroad” has a short time, there are many things to experience, and it is more profound than ordinary travel.

Why choose New Zealand?
l National security: With a stable political situation and low crime rate, the national security index has consistently ranked among the best in the world.
l Quality of education: Basic education was rated as “the world’s number one” by the London Legatum Institute in 2013.
l Excellent environment: located in the southern hemisphere, the scenery is beautiful, the air is pure, and it is known as “the last piece of pure land on the earth”.
l Social progress: Winning the Harvard Business School’s 2014 Global Social Progress Index.

What does New Zealand Middle School teach?
l Develop five competencies: self-management skills; social and collaborative skills; thinking skills; use of language, symbols and writing skills; participation and dedication
l Learn seven courses: Health and Physical Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Social Sciences, and Art.
l Diversified class: cooking, sewing, music, painting, sports competitions, camping activities, etc.