I graduated from Languages International almost 6 months ago. Actually, it was hard to keep up with study at the beginning because there was a lot I could not understand in English, so I started in a low-intermediate class. I knew about Cambridge class at that time, but it was like a dream class because it
Most professionals or people over 30 years old think that they cannot improve their English skills abroad by leaving everything behind. Even though they are very depressed or embarrassed about their English speaking abilities, they are not curious or brave enough to take action and they always complain about how it is so hard to
“I studied here for 6 weeks, but it was the equivalent of several months because of the huge amount I learnt.”
If you can read Arabic, you can read more about Majed’s experience at Languages International here. Otherwise, you can read an article, in English, about his experience here.
What a struggle learning English can be for so many people, especially for those who are not in their twenties anymore. But surprisingly, it can be wildly exciting in a well organized and efficient school in a gorgeous country. First of all, the school has an awesome team of teachers and also administrative staff. Rarely
I like my school in all aspects. Firstly, because of very creative staff who always encouraged my learning and curiosity. As they all are highly qualified and professionals of their job, and encourage students to develop skills like group conversations, writing etc. Secondly, because of the great location of school, which situated in the city
“I like the teachers and the class. It was the right choice for me to come here.” Kayo Nishida, Japan February 2014 at Languages International Auckland
When I first came to New Zealand, I had many problems with my studies. At first, I didn’t get used to living here. Also, I didn’t know the language very well, so I came to ‘Languages International‘ school, and I have been studying English here for two months now. Of course, in the beginning, I
Languages International student, Ha Woon Lee from Korea is really happy to have chosen New Zealand as a place to study English. In the video above, she explains why. Video highlights: Ha Woon’s first impression of Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest city, that it’s a friendly city. Ha Woon says that when you go abroad you
Student: Sabrina From: Switzerland School: Languages International Auckland Course: General English Our morning class was great! There were only between 4 and 6 students and our teacher Emma did an awesome job. We worked hard, but there was always room for humor. In class, we focused on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. As there
Student: Yang JunAn (Allen) School: Languages International IELTS score: 7.0 Courses: General English (with Conversation option class), IELTS, English for Business and Cambridge BEC, TESOL Why did you choose New Zealand？ It is widely believed that New Zealand is well-known for its spectacular sceneries, and it is home to a number of endangered animals.