Work in New Zealand while you study. New Zealand’s Minister of Immigration has just announced changes that will give work rights to more of Languages International’s students. From December 2013 students granted a Student Visa for a course starting in 2014 will be able to work for up to 20 hours per week if: they are studying in a
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: Min Hui From: Taiwan My sweet homestay family… Living in homestay is the best way to practice your English, especially listening and speaking. I feel so lucky to live with Maureen and John. They’re generous and nice and willing to spend time talking with us. I don’t feel shy because they won’t laugh at
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: Lim Hee Ji From: Korea Accommodation: homestay family Well-being (homestay) mother… Today, I would like to talk about my homestay family. Because I’m always thankful for them. I live together with homestay mother and father. Oh, I forget my cats in the garden. They are also my homestay family. My homestay mother is Italian.
“People from New Zealand are very friendly, and Languages International offers you the family that better suits with your profile”
Student: Rhaiany Falqueto Amorim From: Brazil Accommodation: homestay family If you are coming to Languages International I strongly recommend you to stay in a homestay. People from New Zealand are very friendly, and Languages International offers you the family that better suits with your profile. I’ve been in NZ for two weeks now and I’m
Student: Innokenty School: Languages International Auckland Course: IELTS preparation IELTS score: 7.0 I knew that the way of teaching here is different from the one in Russian schools and universities, but I was really surprised by how simple, fun and effective the study of English could be. And, of course, it is mainly possible due
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.
“high standard of teaching, nationality mix, range of courses and the most important one, a possiblity to gain acceptance onto the University”
Student: Lucy from Russia Course: IELTS preparation IELTS score: 7.0 School: Languages International Auckland Hello, I’m Lucy. I decided to come to New Zealand to study English as a first step to a postgraduate degree. It took me a while to do some research on New Zealand schools to find the one that would suit
Student: Casey from China School: Languages International Auckland Course: General English and IELTS preparation Having studied at Languages International for 4 weeks, I finished my General English and IELTS courses. This is my first time studying in a foreign country, and the experience is totally different from what I had in China. The first day