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4-Apr-2013 | Canada pins hope on foreign studentsCANADA: The number of college and university students studying internationally has grown more than fourfold since 1975 — and Canada wants a larger share of that market. Read more...


4-Apr-2013 | Chinese alumni 'contribute $100m' AUSTRALIA: CHINESE alumni of Australian universities continue to bolster the local economy years after graduation, with the majority returning at least once and 20 per cent coming back more than five times over a five-year period. Read more...


30-Mar-2013 | Why Asian Kids Succeed NEW ZEALAND: Have you ever wondered why Asians kids are doing so well in maths and science at schools? Read more...

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Food and drink

You’ll love New Zealand’s affordable fresh cuisine and world-class wines and beers. We’re a major producer of pasture-fed lamb, venison and beef. Dairy products, fruit and vegetables are abundant and inexpensive.


Eating out

Food outlets range from casual cafes to formal, more expensive, restaurants. You’re never far from a ‘takeaway’ shop for fish and chips – an enduring national favourite. 



The legal age for drinking or buying alcohol is 18. Supermarkets sell alcohol 7 days a week, and may ask to see your passport or drivers licence as proof of age. Drunk driving is a serious offence and police do random breath tests.



New Zealand wines are highly regarded internationally. Restaurants may have a full liquor licence or a BYO licence so you can bring your own bottle of wine, for a small corkage fee.


Ethnic cuisine

New Zealand’s multi-cultural society is reflected in the wide range of ethnic restaurants in our cities. Suburban shopping malls have food courts - areas where you can try different dishes for a very reasonable price. Weekend markets are a good place to find Asian vegetables and other ethnic ingredients.


Eating in

Supermarkets are the cheapest places to buy groceries. Most supermarkets provide plastic bags but some are ‘pack your own’. Most supermarkets have an organic section. There are also specialist stores that stock a large range of Demeter, Bio Gro and other organic brands. Weekend fruit and vege markets are held in most towns and cities.





Note: The above information taken from is current at the time it was sourced in October 2010. While all attempts will be made to ensure this information is up to date no guarantee can be given that the information will be current at the time it is viewed. Please visit in order to confirm the information is current or contact us to receive information and assistance relating to study abroad in New Zealand.