International students

New Zealand border reopening fully from end of July

It comes with a range of other immigration announcements, including sector-specific agreements to support a shift away from low-skilled migrant labour, and a new 'Green list' of 85 hard-to-fill high-skill roles that provides a priority pathway to residency.

Visas for some 20,000 migrants already in the country are also being extended, and there will be new restrictions on students being able to work.

North Central Missouri College welcomes Kingdom of Tonga community

NCMC has developed a partnership with Tongan officials and soon will be enrolling international students from the Kingdom of Tonga.

During the ceremony, remarks were made by President Dr. Lenny Klaver, Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Kristen Alley, and Dean of Instruction Mitch Holder. Also speaking were Viliami Polovili, talking chief on behalf of the Tongan King, Melania Mahu'inga, a NCMC Tongan student, and Melania's father, Talo Mahu'inga.