Scientific Method and International Students

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Graduate Diploma in Applied Business (Level 7) NDAB Research Methods Assessment
Flatting Condition of International Students in New Zealand

Due date – 23/07/2014

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Victoria Carpenter Gurinderjeet Kaur Yogita Kaur Satnam Kaur Nag

Table of Contents
Executive Summary………………………………………………….3
Research Statement………………………………………….…......3
Aim……………………………………………………………….…......3
Objectives………………………………………………………………4
Literature Review……………………………………………………..4
Legal/Ethical Issues…………………………………………………..5
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These transitions points offer opportunities for education institutions, government and other service providers to ensure that in negotiating these transitions, international students achieve the best possible outcomes for themselves and for New Zealand. (international students:studying and staying on in new zealand, n.d.)
As the increase the number of international students, some of the major change in the program that impacted on the standard and quality services of the accommodation for students. The accommodation provider has to concern about the all condition of housing. They often experience difficulties in gaining suitable accommodation. In recent news of Slum warning over Auckland the right example that even some apartments have no tidy and enough places to live. It is so congestive area to live. (Pryor, 2014)
Accommodation is the main difficulty for overseas students. On arrival, some students are booked into a motel or a home stay. After that, students initially look for accommodation shortage or high cost of accommodation; they are forced to move further into suburb. Due to high coast in accommodation there are many cases where students share accommodation with too many people. We will highlight their sharing housing’s daily life with them.
Challenges with public transport remain mainly around its cost and accessibility. These views will
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