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Join UARD’s degree (VA funded) and visit New Zealand to complete your project (bachelor’s and master’s degree options!)

Auckland, New Zealand: Army veterans Jay Tiegs, Rodney Cruise and Navy veteran Melissa Stichel, after jumping off the Auckland Sky Tower. This is part of the Do Hard Things in NZ programme with Major Tiegs, offered a number of times per year.

 

If you are a veteran, you know your education benefits are a valuable way to gain a bachelor’s or master’s degree. But what about all your past training, experience, and certifications? Enroll here https://bit.ly/UARDVANZ

Included in the program of learning is the world’s only approved NATO Crisis Management and Disaster Response (CMDR) course. Your instructors are complimented by lectures by NATO instructors from the NATO CMDR Center of Excellence located in Sofia, Bulgaria.

 

UARD was created to acknowledge all the skills & knowledge you have through Recognition of Prior Learning. Complete your degree faster, and cheaper, with VA funding.

    • USA citizens can come to NZ VISA free (choose visitor visa) for up to three months at a time (quick online application)
    • When you arrive, ensure you have $1000USD per month available on your credit card (bring a paper statement showing the balance) or traveler’s cheques etc. as per the criteria
    • Enjoy the beauty of New Zealand while completing your UARD degree (UK & USA accredited)
    • Bring your family & fellow patriots for some or all of the visit (see NZ Immigration)

What VA funds will you receive during this 30-credit hour course?

 

*Check your entitlement here on the VA website.

 

Study with UARD and visit beautiful New Zealand to complete your project. Find out how, now with UARD, by completing the form below. If you are a veteran, you know your education benefits are a valuable way to gain a bachelor’s or master’s degree. But what about all your past training, experience, and certifications? Enroll here https://bit.ly/UARDVANZ

Who needs proof of vaccination to enter New Zealand? No one!







 

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