Congratulations to our student Suzy Sun on passing her OET exam! Suzy is now moving forward with her Nursing Registration. We are very proud of her accomplishment. Suzy was recently featured on Languages International’s Students Say page where she wrote about her impressions of Languages International, its teachers and its OET preparation course. The Occupational
Haolei Hu is working in Jiangxi Normal University, in the South-East of China. 1 What was your background before you took the CELTA, teaching and other? Before taking CELTA, I had been a university lecturer in China for 9 years, a part-time study center teacher in English Language Academy of University of Auckland for over
Daniel Gibson is working in a town near the city of Mysore in the state of Karnataka, Southern India. 1 What do you like best about living in India? Being a part of another culture and learning to appreciate the small things in life. 2 What kind of school are you teaching in? I’m teaching in
Michelle Chamberlin Jan 2017 CELTA. Currently teaching in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1 What do you like best about living in Argentina? Meeting new people and experiencing a different culture and language. It can be a challenge at times, but the people here are so hospitable and willing to help. Also, getting to explore and travel
Our most recent university graduate: Languages International student, Jennifer Colombel, on her AUT university graduation day. Your goal of getting into a NZ university doesn’t have to be as difficult as you think. Even if English isn’t your 1st language, with the right help, you can get into the university of your choice and greatly
Some very special reunions took place in March – April when Larissa Merz, Regional Marketing Manager was on a business trip around Europe. The meetings were filled with the sharing of great memories of LI and New Zealand. It was wonderful to hear what an impact students’ experience at Languages International had had on them
Students who attended Languages International in the last two years gathered for a few wonderful reunions in Russia in September and October this year. It was great to see so many ex-students from Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Moscow. Lots of stories were told of new jobs and extra travel after studying at Languages International.
Students who have attended Languages International in the last three years gathered for five wonderful alumni reunions in Brazil in March, Russia in April and Japan in May. It was great to see a few ex-students from Porto Alegre, Rio, Sao Paulo, Moscow and Tokyo. Many stories were told of extra travel after studying at