Study visa works for Chileans

Lee, Anne
February 2010
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Feb2010, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p97
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the growing influx of Chilean students who study dairying technology in New Zealand. Most of these students are from the Osorno region in Chile where Kiwi dairy farmers have invested heavily. While all these students have only acquired visitor's visa for entry, many want to remain longer in the country in order to hone their acquired skills by working in an actual farm. New Zealand agreed to let the students study for 18 weeks and work for 24 weeks in farms approved by the National Trade Academy.


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