Can a foreigner become a teacher in New Zealand?

Teaching vacancies in New Zealand are listed in the Education Gazette. Immigration rules require that schools and early learning services give preference to teachers with New Zealand registration who are citizens or permanent residents. Professional support is available for overseas trained teachers.

How much do teachers make a year in New Zealand?

Graduate secondary school teachers usually earn between $52,000 and $57,000 a year. Secondary school teachers with two to five years’ experience usually earn $58,000 to $71,000. Secondary school teachers with more than five years’ experience usually earn $71,000 to $80,000.

What can you do in New Zealand with Japanese degree?

While some opt for careers in foreign relations, trade, commerce and tourism, others choose an academic path, such as teaching Japanese at schools in New Zealand or going on to MA and PhD degrees at Otago or elsewhere. A number of our graduates have also spent time in Japan under the Japanese government’s JET Programme.

Is there a Japanese language school in New Zealand?

JSANZ is an advocacy network for Japanese language education and Japanese studies at tertiary level in Aotearoa New Zealand. E-mail: [email protected] .

How can I become a teacher in New Zealand?

Check out the options and scholarship information here. Information for teachers with a New Zealand teaching qualification. Information for teachers with an overseas teaching qualification. Click here to catch up on the latest news and events.

Who is the Japanese ambassador to New Zealand?

Dr Edwina Palmer, Former Associate Professor and Head of the Japanese Programme of Victoria University of Wellington was bestowed the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette, on Monday 17th December, at a Conferral Ceremony held at the Official Residence of the Ambassador of Japan to New Zealand. More details here.