Ryan, $30,000 US would be closer to $60,000 NZ wouldn't it?
Anyway, I assume you're talking about Massey University flight training.
I don't know about now, but they used to have a deal with Garuda Indonesia whereby after your training you were posted to Indonesia for a couple of years flying 737s on domestic routes.
As far as I know, not many airlines (and I'm talking regional/commuter here) would look at you unless you had 1500 hours or more.
I spoke to a pilot friend of mine about that course some years back and I got the impression from him that there was a lot of unnecessary content in there.
For example, is an Simulator Instructor Rating or Hypoxia Course Certificate (unless you're planning on flying fighter jets of which we have none) really necessary?
It all adds to the cost remember!
Anyway, If you go for that course, then good luck!
I wish they had that running when I was your age.