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Why learn English in New Zealand?

1. Flexible and internationally recognised qualifications

A. Our English courses are flexible and you can start at any time to suit your needs.
B. English courses are designed to help you meet international English standards.
C. Learning English in NZ will prepare you for future study and life in NZ and around the world.


2. Friendly, multi-cultural society
A. New Zealand is one of only a handful of native English speaking countries in the world
B. New Zealand’s open-minded and friendly people will be one of the things you treasure most about your stay


3. Pathways to New Zealand institutions
The majority of students  study English before commencing further study. English is the starting point to all levels of study in New Zealand.
Universities, Polytechnics, Vocational educational providers.


4. Improved English to gain employment
A. English is the international language of business
B. The least corrupt country in the world
C. Better access to influential people and places

1. Flexible and internationally recognised qualifications
A. Our English courses are flexible and you can start at any time to suit your needs.
B. English courses are designed to help you meet international English standards.
C. Learning English in NZ will prepare you for future study and life in NZ and around the world.

 

2. Friendly, multi-cultural society
A. New Zealand is one of only a handful of native English speaking countries in the world
B. New Zealand’s open-minded and friendly people will be one of the things you treasure most about your stay

 

3. Pathways to New Zealand institutions
The majority of students  study English before commencing further study. English is the starting point to all levels of study in New Zealand.
Universities, Polytechnics, Vocational educational providers.

 

4. Improved English to gain employment
A. English is the international language of business
B. The least corrupt country in the world
C. Better access to influential people and places

Popular English courses you can study in New Zealand

General English

If you want to improve your English to help you communicate, work or travel, this course is for you. It covers reading, writing, listening and speaking at all levels, from beginner to advanced.

IELTS and TOEFL courses

If you need to use English as the main language of communication for work or study, these courses will help you get there. They will assess your proficiency and get you ready for the IELTS or TOEFL exams.

TESOL, TECSOL

TESOL is an intensive 6 week teacher training course for non-native English speakers where students study both the theory and practice of English language teaching to adults.


TECSOL is an intensive 6 week teacher training course for non-native English speakers where students study both the theory and practice of English language teaching to children aged between 6 and 12 years old.

Cambridge Exam preparation

This course develops your language and gets you ready for the Cambridge Exams, which are accepted by universities, employers and governments around the world.

NZCEL

The New Zealand Certificate In English Language (NZCEL) is a no-IELTS pathway into academic studies.


The aim of the NZCEL is to equip learners with English language proficiency and the academic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing to enable them to successfully participate in a diploma or bachelor degree level programme of study.

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