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Planning a visit to New Zealand for your holidays? Well, boy oh boy, you are in for a great treat! Despite the country’s significantly smaller size compared to its neighbouring country, Australia, its diverse landscape is home to a few of the most mind-blowing, jaw-dropping, picture-worthy amazing locations you will ever visit.

Your Personal Guide to: Writing a New Zealand CV

Feeling stuck on how to write up your NZ CV? Look no further than right here! Writing up a resume can be daunting or annoying or even just plain boring, so here’s a guide to get your CV looking spick-and-span…fast! The right resume will get you your dream job in New Zealand

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My working holiday in New Zealand was an unforgettable adventure! I got to explore the stunning landscapes, from the Great Barrier Reef to the Outback. The best part? Earning money while travelling!
Antoine Benton
New Zealand opened doors I never imagined. During my working holiday, I secured an internship in my field, which gave my career a significant boost. Friendly Kiwi culture made it an excellent place to network and learn.
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One of the most precious aspects of my working holiday in New Zealand was the people I met. I lived in a shared house in Auckland and quickly became friends with my housemates from different corners of the globe
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Frequently Asked Question

What is a Working Holiday Visa (WHV) for New Zealand?

A Working Holiday Visa (WHV) for New Zealand is a temporary visa that allows young people from eligible countries to live, work, and travel in New Zealand for a specified period, typically up to a year. It’s designed to promote cultural exchange and tourism while giving travellers an opportunity to supplement their finances through employment.

Who is eligible for an New Zealand Working Holiday Visa?

To be eligible for an New Zealand Working Holiday Visa, you must:

  • Be aged 18 to 30 or 18 to 35 (depending on your nationality).
  • Hold a passport from an eligible country.
  • Meet health and character requirements.
  • Have sufficient funds for your stay and a return ticket or the means to purchase one.
  • Have not previously visited New Zealand using the Working Holiday Scheme visa (or been approved for one).
  • Be coming to New Zealand for a holiday, with working being the secondary reason for your visit.

Can I work in any job with a Working Holiday Visa?

You cannot accept a permanent job offer while on a New Zealand working holiday visa. Employment conditions vary between the different countries. Check the details for your country’s working holiday visa scheme.

What is the processing time for a Working Holiday Visa application?

The processing time for a Working Holiday Visa application can vary depending on factors such as the time of year and the volume of applications. Typically, it takes several weeks to process, so it’s advisable to apply well in advance of your planned travel date.

Can I study while on a Working Holiday Visa in New Zealand?

With your working holiday visa you can study one or more courses for up to 6 months in New Zealand. For example, you could study English for up to 6 months, do a Study Abroad programme for up to 6 months, or a short training course in New Zealand.

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