Join us in New Zealand! Veterans – we got you!
Veterans with education benefits are available to attend this course with flight, housing and tuition supported – EWSP Certification, tourism and optional international NATO certification. Ready to apply?
Craig Horstman, retired U.S. Army, will provide an educational breakdown of the Survivor Benefits Program and VGLI in order to educate transitioning service members and assist them in making the best financial decision for themselves and their families as they separate from the armed forces.
March 6-16th 2023 and May 7-17th 2023!
Enrol right here https://bit.ly/UARDVANZ
Join UARD’s degree (VA funded) and visit New Zealand to complete your project (bachelor’s and master’s degree options!)
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? Use the contact box below to reach out to us and talk about your plan to visit New Zealand!
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.
Included in the program of learning is the world’s only approved NATO Crisis Management and Disaster Response (CMDR) course. Lectures complement your instructors by NATO instructors from the NATO CMDR Center of Excellence located in Sofia, Bulgaria.
How to apply:
- Go to this page and upload your details and documentation (https://bit.ly/UARDVANZ)
- Use this form to request a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) and pay the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) – apply for a VISITOR VISA
- Watch and read our short accommodation guide; we will assist you with the process
- Got questions? Contact us using the box below
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