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EMJUMNICATION in NEW ZEALAND

Posted by te2ataria on October 19, 2016

Sent by a reader who actually graduated from Lincoln University!!

‘Over half of Lincoln University students not getting qualified’

EMJUMNICATION

If you care about the future of your kids, don’t send them to study in New Zealand.

  • Almost 70 per cent of Lincoln University certificate students have dropped out or failed their courses.
    • Even at degree level, 38 per cent of students who first enrolled in 2010 had since either dropped out or did not pass their course.
  • The median rate of non-achievers across all levels was 54 per cent, slightly lower than Massey University’s 55 per cent.
  • About 30 per cent of University of Otago students did not obtain their qualifications, compared to 40 per cent at Canterbury University.
  • Students were awarded qualification, despite not completing the course.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/education/85530560/lincoln-universitys-telford-campus-underdelivered-programmes

 

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Smart Foreign Students Go to … GERMANY

Posted by te2ataria on March 10, 2011

WHY NOT STAY ALIVE WHILE YOU STUDY IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY?

WHY NOT LEARN TO SPEAK ENGLISH WITH AN ACCEPTABLE ACCENT?

WHY NOT STUDY YOUR FAVORITE SUBJECT IN A FIRST CLASS UNIVERSITY IN GERMANY INSTEAD OF A THIRD GRADE PLACE IN NEW ZEALAND?

To ALL Foreign Students Currently Studying in New Zealand or Planning to Come Here

You probably didn’t know …

1. “Germany has been named as the most supportive country for overseas students, in an international league table.”

2. YOU can complete a degree course entirely in ENGLISH and without ever having to speak German.

“In the international zones of these classes, students from Germany, the United States and China participate in seminars conducted by German professors speaking in English”


Herbert Grieshop says international English might be easier to understand than a Yorkshire accent. Source: BBC

“I wonder whether a Chinese student can understand us better than someone with a Yorkshire accent or some strange American accent,”  says Herbert Grieshop, director of the Berlin University’s Centre for International Co-operation.

3. A survey conducted by the British Council has placed Germany in first place in its  international league table.

“The strongest overall performance was from Germany, which has promoted a deliberate policy of internationalisation.” BBC reported.

OVERSEAS FRIENDLY COUNTRIES [Source: British Council]

1. Germany
2. Australia [Except for Indian students]
3. UK [You’ll have to mortgage your ancestral home to pay the tuition fees]
4. China
5. Malaysia
6. US
7. Japan
8. Russia
9. Nigeria
10. Brazil
11. India

Thankfully, New Zealand is NOT on the List, a fact that makes the list marginally more credible.

AND HERE’S THE TOTAL WINNER:

No tuition fees!

Overseas students do not pay higher fees in Germany.

“Freie Universitat Berlin, a top-ranking research university, has been part of this internationalisation project. It anticipates that a third of its students could be from overseas in the future.” BBC reported.

“It’s a well kept secret, that students are able to come here and there are very few barriers,” says a foreign student.

“To go to university in Canada means taking on debt. It’s essentially free to do it in Germany. It’s incredibly appealing not to have to mortgage your future.” An international student said.

“I think the biggest factor is financial. In the US a graduate programme would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, in Germany it doesn’t cost anything. And it doesn’t cost more for foreign students than it does for German students.” Says a U.S. student studying in Berlin University. Read more…

STAY ALIVE! DON’T COME to NEW ZEALAND!

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Back to the ‘Unigirl’ Virginity Prostitution

Posted by te2ataria on February 4, 2010

Selling Your Body Is Prostitution by any Other Name

If you knew your GP was a prostitute while at the medical school, would you still trust her with your kids’ mental and physical health?

There are three aspects to the disturbing story about the so-called ‘Unigirl’ selling her body to make ends meet while at university: the pathetic, the social and the really awful aspects.


The greedy PM of New Zealand, John Key and his family.
His daughter “Stephie” was born in 1993.  John Key has an estimated wealth of about $100million of other peoples money. His daughter would have no problem paying someone to take her virginity (again and again). This file is licensed under the Creative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 2.0 See author details.

The Pathetic Aspect

How probable is it for a Kiwi girl older than about 12 to remain a virgin?

How would anyone know she is actually a virgin? What if she was a pro with a convincing story and an assortment of STD? Could the bidder claim back his [assuming that it is a he and not a she] money?

Is “taking a virginity” really worth paying $46,000 for? How many times will she submit to the bidder? Will she enter a formal contract? What if the bidder didn’t pay her? What will she do when she runs out of money the next time? And so on …

The Social Aspect

Could New Zealand honestly claim to be more socially, never mind morally, advanced than any other ‘Third World’ country, where people sell their spare (!) kidney to make ends meet? [Note: In many countries selling a kidney and other body parts is not regarded as prostitution.]

The Really Awful Aspect

Assuming the girl is telling the truth both about her virginity and the intentions to go to university, isn’t is bloody awful that people like her have to sell their body to afford an education, while the greedy, unethical Prime Minister John Key (shame be upon him) keeps on taking other people’s money to add to his wealth?

The Irony: The dishonourable PM of New Zealand has amassed about $100million of other people’s money. His daughter would have no problem paying someone to take her virginity (again and again).

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Japanese Boy Beaten to Near Death in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on July 4, 2009

Japanese boy, 14, needed brain surgery to remove  potentially fatal blood clot after racially-motivated beating at Forest View high school, Tokoroa, New Zealand

Ryotaro Wright, whose mother is Japanese, was attacked by at least 4 students, who repeatedly punched and kicked him and then dropped him on his head in the playground in Tokoroa.

The boy needed brain surgery for a potentially fatal blood clot.

ryotaro wright

Ryotaro Wright suffered a potentially fatal blood clot in his brain after he was beaten to near death by schoolmates in a racially motivated attack. Surgeons opened the side of his head to relieve pressure. Photo / John van de Ven. Image may be subject to copyright.

Ryotaro’s grandfather, Pete Treanor, said he believed the boy was picked on “because he was Japanese.”

The victim’s father, Llewellyn Wright, said: “One of his eyes was dilated and wasn’t responding. I knew it was pretty bad.

“Now, he looks terrible, just terrible. The doctor’s told us that he will have headaches for a long time, maybe even the rest of his life.”

Grandmother Susan Treanor said the school also had to be held accountable.

“I’m just so mad about it,” she said. “The school really needs to look at itself. He’s been targeted by bullied before and nothing got done.”

(Source: Various reports including  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2564495/Boy-needed-brain-surgery-after-bullying)

The Wrights and Treanors  should be grateful that their son and grandson didn’t meet [hasn’t yet met] the same fate as the Korean student, Jae Hyeon Kim, whose head was chopped off with a spade (!)

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Another Korean Student Seriously Assaulted in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 16, 2009

Brutal bashing in Christchurch last night put a teenage Korean in intensive care in hospital

Police are appealing for witnesses to a brutal bashing in Christchurch last night which put a teenage Korean in intensive care in hospital, media reported.

A 19-year-old Korean student was rushed to intensive care after he was seriously injured on Shirley Road outside Shirley Primary School at 11.30pm, last night.

The incompetent Christchurch police said they had not yet identified the four attackers who were seen walking away from the crime seen.

The nationality of the victim was withheld by the media.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2499287/Teenager-seriously-assaulted-in-Christchurch

Korean nationals in New Zealand have a 1 in 7 chance of being

  • Murdered, 
  • Killed on roads,
  • Mugged,
  • Kidnapped,
  • Seriously assaulted,
  • Raped
  • Or a combination of the above.

Married Korean students are not allowed to have children while in New Zealand, if their husband is not “white.” By extension, that means NO sex with your “yellow” spouse if you are a “yellow” student in New Zealand!

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Japanese Students Say “NO!” to New Zealand Homestay

Posted by te2ataria on May 6, 2009

sent by a reader

Thousands of Japanese homestay students have so far canceled winter trips to New Zealand

Thousands of Japanese homestay students have so far canceled winter trips to New Zealand, reportedly due to the flu scare.

It very reassuring that the PM John Key is unable to do simple arithmetical, despite years of working in a bank. John [Pinocchio] Key earlier asserted that “one or two” Japanese tourists had also canceled their visit to New Zealand, after learning that the Indian government had advised people not to travel to New Zealand.

“The cancellations are disastrous for homestay businesses and the hundreds of Waikato families who rely on homestay students for top-up income.” Waikato Times said.

“New Zealand was one of the first countries to have confirmed cases of swine flu and this was widely reported, and exaggerated, in overseas media.”

The truth is, “where there’s smoke… ” well you ought to know the rest of that!

“Cambridge-based farmstay business Rural Tourism Holdings is usually gearing up for large groups of Japanese students at this time of year, but the flu scare has them cancelling trips.” [Ouch!]

“Manager Melissa Earby said four groups, or 700 people, had canceled so far.” [And that’s in Waikato, alone!]

“We sat down yesterday and worked it out and each group cancelling costs us about $40,000,” Ms Earby said.

[That figure does not include the full impact on the false ‘economy,’ does it?]

“Half of the company’s business is based on Japanese tour groups, who land in Auckland, spend a few days on farm for the experience and head off to other regional tourist attractions, such as the Waitomo Caves.” WT reported.

“They’re reading headlines over there that are saying swine flu could potentially affect 50,000 New Zealanders, but that’s simply not the case,” Ms Earby said.

She said 300-plus families around the Waikato would miss out on homestay income. “We’ve seen this happen before with Sars and the bird flu. The Japanese, especially, are a cautious nation. They will cancel at the drop of a hat if they see any risk. You can’t blame them when you see those kind of headlines. We try and send that message out there, that we are a safe place, but it’s hard to change people’s views sometimes.”

[It’s amazing Ms Earby managed to say all of that without once insulting the Japanese!]

“Mountain View Farmstay in Tamahere had also fallen victim to the downturn in tourism interest, said owner Brenda Bern.”

“I’ve had three bookings from Japan cancelled. The three groups of four people were to stay three nights each on May 14, May 21 and the beginning of June.

“I’m very disappointed. It came through the travel agent, who did all they could to reassure them that it was safe.”

[They would try, wouldn’t they, those lying ****]

Let’s hope the Koreans, Chinese … read a page from the Indian and Japanese book of “Sensible Holidaying!”

And to all Asians who are in doubt about going to New Zealand:

Don’t cancel your trip just because of the flu scare, far worse evils await you in that country!

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http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/2385210/Flu-bug-spooks-Japan-visitors

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