Thank you for choosing NZLC
NZLC FEE PROTECTION POLICY:
All student fees are transferred directly to an independent Trust Account. Walker Wayland Auckland Ltd is the nominated trustee for the protection of all NZLC student fees. Fees are released to NZLC by the Trustee on a draw down basis as the student’s course is provided by NZLC.
PAYMENT (required at least 4 weeks prior to the course start date, OR 8 weeks for Student Visa holders*):
Step 1: Check if all the details are correct. Please notify the NZLC Enrolments Team immediately if any amendments need to be made to these documents.
Step 2: Refer to the Invoice for the “Total” amount for payment.
Step 3: Make the payment with the STUDENT NUMBER as the REFERENCE.
Step 4: Send your remittance statement to firstname.lastname@example.org
*STUDENT VISA (If you require a Student visa):
Immigration New Zealand states that applicants should apply at least 8 weeks before intended travel dates.
METHODS OF PAYMENT:
• Bank or company cheque
• Convera (was Western Union)
• Credit card (Visa or Master – 2.25% surcharge applies).
• Bank/Telegraphic transfer (please use your student ID number as the reference)
Bank charges: Please add your bank’s international fund transfer fees/charges to the total amount to avoid
an incomplete payment.
Account Name: Walker Wayland Auckland Ltd
Account number: 12 -3110-0065474-02
Bank name: ASB Bank Limited
Branch: North Wharf Branch
Branch physical address: 12 Jellicoe Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010
SWIFT code: ASBBNZ2A
ACCOMMODATION PLACEMENT (if NZLC-arranged accommodation was requested):
Please note that the processing of an application for homestay/city accommodation will not begin until we have received the fees and flight details with an arrival and departure date for the student.
Please send this information at a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the course start date.
If you are unsure if the visa will be confirmed in time, or need to change the accommodation start date for any reason, please let us know at least 4 weeks in advance to discuss the options in order to avoid the maximum cancellation penalty fee, or to avoid the student’s enrolment and/or requested services being cancelled.