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Daniel's story as a University Student in NZ

Daniel's story as a University Student in New Zealand

Daniel chose to study his Bachelor of Commerce degree at a New Zealand university and moved here all the way from Colombia.

One of the main reasons he chose New Zealand was because of being able to work part time while he studied and he works as a resident assistant at his university hall of residence. Daniel enjoys the safe and beautiful environment in New Zealand and spends lots of his time out and about, long boarding to class and playing basketball with the many friends he has made. He has found it easy to access his lecturers and will soon be graduating!

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By Education New Zealand

Updated 11 months ago

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