Do you like solving technical problems? Are you good at science and math? You might consider becoming an engineer. Engineers are problem solvers who use their expertise in science and math to do their job. They work in various branches of engineering including Aerospace, Agricultural, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer Hardware, Electronics, Environmental, Industrial, Materials, Mechanical, Mining and Geological, Nuclear and Petroleum.
Just over 1 lakh jobs were added between April 1 and October 1 last year in eight key non-farm sectors of the economy ranging from manufacturing and construction to IT BPO, education and health, according to a recent government report.
In India lack of job growth in recent year. Opportunities are less and employee number are high.
An increasing number of Indian students are beginning to take a liking towards overseas studies, not only because some universities abroad offer greater career opportunities post-graduation, but also because of the experience that comes with studying abroad. Until about a decade ago, Indian students primarily pursued higher education in countries such as the USA, the UK, and Australia. However, trends have been changing over the years, and students now have various options to develop themselves for professional life. Here we will go through the top ten countries that Indian students can visit to attain a degree in their preferred courses.
Once you’ve finished your study, you may be eligible to stay on and work in New Zealand.
There are two types of work visa specifically for students who have completed their tertiary study in New Zealand:
In the land of the All Blacks, great walks, mountains, oceans, and everything in between, New Zealand’s education sector is growing by leaps and bounds. Education New Zealand’s (ENZ) recent impact study shows a 50 percent increase since 2014 in spending by international students in New Zealand. Its value? About $3.1 billion. The sector generated around 15,000 jobs.
International education is now the nation’s fourth largest export, with total international student enrollment exceeding 125,000 in 2015. New Zealand’s largest market lies in China, accounting for nearly 35 percent of the sector’s revenues in 2015-16 and 27 percent of all international students. India follows, accounting for 16.4 percent of the market share and 25 percent of the students,while Japan and South Korea each account for more than 7 percent of total spending.
International graduate outcomes, all ages, for various levels of qualification in years one-to-eight following graduation.