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I am planning for a NZ PR for myself and my spouse. I am from a computers background and my wife did here bachelors in Electronics and Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Her diploma was for 2 years and I see that this is considered as a Masters. Please confirm me if a 2 year Diploma is considered as a Masters and Level 9.

If her 2 year PostGraduate Diploma in Management can be considered as a Level 9 I can claim 20 points and that will help my PR.

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Nobody can give you that assurance. Every qualification assessment is treated individually depending on the specific course of study the person has undertaken, which university awarded it and in which country.
The ONLY way to know is to have the assessment.
If either the principal applicant OR the partner applicant wishes to claim for a qualification that is not recognized by INZ then you MUST have the qualification assessed by NZQA before submitting EOI. It is only when you have received written notification of the result do you know whether the qualification has achieved the desired result.

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It means you need to have the qualifications assessed by NZQA before you submit the EOI.
For the purposes of EOI submission you can just go for PAR of each (1 fee per qualification). This is a quicker assessment, done online and costs less BUT it can sometimes not give the desired result meaning you'd then have to apply for IQA assessment (1 fee for up to 5 qualifications per individual) as that is more thorough, takes a lot longer, more expensive and you have to actually send in documents.
If you subsequently get ITA you will have to get IQA assessment as it is mandatory for IQA.
PAR just offers you a quicker, cheaper method of assessment for EOI purposes.
Hi Moderator,

I am planning for a NZ PR for myself and my spouse. I am from a computers background and my wife did here bachelors in Electronics and Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Her diploma was for 2 years and I see that this is considered as a Masters. Please confirm me if a 2 year Diploma is considered as a Masters and Level 9.

If her 2 year PostGraduate Diploma in Management can be considered as a Level 9 I can claim 20 points and that will help my PR.

Appreciate your clarification.

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Hi Moderator,

I am planning for a NZ PR for myself and my spouse. I am from a computers background and my wife did here bachelors in Electronics and Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Her diploma was for 2 years and I see that this is considered as a Masters. Please confirm me if a 2 year Diploma is considered as a Masters and Level 9.

If her 2 year PostGraduate Diploma in Management can be considered as a Level 9 I can claim 20 points and that will help my PR.

Appreciate your clarification.
Hi,
First of all it is NOT...PR!
Permanent Residency (PR) is only available once a person has held a Resident Visa (RV) for a minimum period of 2 years plus meets one of five qualifying criteria. You are meaning you are planning to apply for Skilled Migrant Resident Visa (SMRV).

Once again.......you CANNOT assume ANY overseas qualification is considered to reach the desired equivalent Level in NZ unless that qualification is recognized in NZ - i.e. the qualification, awarding university and date range match exactly on the "Qualifications Exempt From Assessment" page for your country or the country where the qualification was awarded. If the qualification is exempt from assessment it will state on that document the equivalent Level and points allocated.
You cannot guess what a qualification will achieve if it requires assessment. The ONLY way to know is to pay the money and have the assessment. Nobody, other than NZQA can determine with any accuracy what your qualification will achieve as an equivalent Level.
Just because another person may have been awarded a particular level for a similar or same qualification in the past doesn't mean your qualification will achieve the same result. There are many factors that determine the outcome of a qualification assessment.
If NZQA assessment of a qualification is required, each assessment is carried out individually depending on the particular university you attended, the actual course content and periods of study that you undertook in your qualification.
PAR is only suitable for the EOI submission stage. It is NOT a thorough assessment. It is done online using minimal information and because of this the result may not be as expected. If this is the case, the only option for you would be to have IQA assessment which is very thorough, requires you to provide hard copy evidence of the qualification/study and will return a guaranteed Level which can be used for the EOI stage and the ITA stage of the application.

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Hi,
First of all it is NOT...PR!
Permanent Residency (PR) is only available once a person has held a Resident Visa (RV) for a minimum period of 2 years plus meets one of five qualifying criteria. You are meaning you are planning to apply for Skilled Migrant Resident Visa (SMRV).

Once again.......you CANNOT assume ANY overseas qualification is considered to reach the desired equivalent Level in NZ unless that qualification is recognized in NZ - i.e. the qualification, awarding university and date range match exactly on the "Qualifications Exempt From Assessment" page for your country or the country where the qualification was awarded. If the qualification is exempt from assessment it will state on that document the equivalent Level and points allocated.
You cannot guess what a qualification will achieve if it requires assessment. The ONLY way to know is to pay the money and have the assessment. Nobody, other than NZQA can determine with any accuracy what your qualification will achieve as an equivalent Level.
Just because another person may have been awarded a particular level for a similar or same qualification in the past doesn't mean your qualification will achieve the same result. There are many factors that determine the outcome of a qualification assessment.
If NZQA assessment of a qualification is required, each assessment is carried out individually depending on the particular university you attended, the actual course content and periods of study that you undertook in your qualification.
PAR is only suitable for the EOI submission stage. It is NOT a thorough assessment. It is done online using minimal information and because of this the result may not be as expected. If this is the case, the only option for you would be to have IQA assessment which is very thorough, requires you to provide hard copy evidence of the qualification/study and will return a guaranteed Level which can be used for the EOI stage and the ITA stage of the application.

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Thank you very much for the detailed explanation. I will work on submitting an IQA.
Appreciate your time.

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