LI Student, Eunmi, Graduates with her Master’s from Auckland University: “Studying at Languages International was the best choice as a first step towards my goals.”

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Hello, I’m Eunmi Kim from Korea. I would like to talk about my story in New Zealand. Before I came to New Zealand, I had longed to study management courses and improve my English skills for work and my personal satisfaction. However, it was too hard to study and work at the same time due

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Auckland OET Course: “You will feel like you are coming to the right place and would like to recommend this school to your friends.”

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Languages International OET test preparation student, Suzy Sun, says the following about LI’s OET exam preparation course in Auckland, New Zealand. Teachers are always supportive in and out of class. You will feel like you are coming to the right place and would like to recommend this school to your friends. The whole process from

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Helmut & Florian studying English in Auckland New Zealand

“This certainly won’t be my last time here at Languages International. I love the school and the teachers and I love communicating with young people from all over the world.”

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I have just finished studying at Languages International for the 4th time. Each time I have done a 2-week language course. In 2013 I started with English lessons, first in Germany on 10 Saturday mornings and then in New Zealand at Languages International. The first course in New Zealand was very exhausting, because I had

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Hobbiton New Zealand

My Experience in New Zealand: Hobbiton

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While on my stay in New Zealand, it was crucial for me to visit Hobbiton. There I saw the astonishing landscape which was used in the “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” movies. It was fascinating to learn the tricks, which were used to let the actors appear smaller or bigger. While walking through the movie set

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Working and studying in New Zealand

Is it really TOO late?

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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

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Swiss chocolate

A Visit to the Swiss Market in Auckland

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Once a year the Swiss community holds a Swiss Market in Auckland. This year our student Mok from Korea went along to experience the culture and food of his Swiss school friends. Find out what he thinks of Swiss food: Whenever we meet Swiss friends at Language international school, we often hear them say that “Swiss bread

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