Right now, many of our students around the world are staying home and saving lives. Our current students here in Auckland and all our staff are doing the same. While you are doing your bit by staying at home, you might want to relive your New Zealand experience or perhaps you are looking forward to
Follow Mark of Finland as he starts his new life in Auckland, New Zealand. Markku is an IT project manager who recently came to New Zealand on a Working Holiday Visa. Below are Markku’s videos of Auckland, which also include some great footage of his trips to other parts of New Zealand. In these videos
My classmate Luciano and I went on a 5-day trip to Tongariro. It took about 5 hours by car from Auckland to Tongariro, but it didn’t feel that long to us because we were enjoying ourselves. We were saying “Enjoy the moment!” to each other whenever something was difficult. This trip cannot be expressed in
In an article published today on New Zealand news website Stuff.co.nz, Michael Gebicki, an Australian travel writer, named his six must-do world adventures. Three of the six are in New Zealand. Two are in Auckland and one of them is just a five-hour drive from Auckland, making it a great overnight trip for Languages International
New Zealand is known as the adventure capital of the world. Film-maker Devin Super Tramp spent two adrenaline-filled weeks here doing 14 different extreme sports. You can see the amazing things he did in the videos below. Languages International‘s partner Kiwiana Tours takes our students on weekend trips where they can try lots of these activities and others.
Have you ever tasted the delicious raspberries and chocolate muffins they serve at The Green Dragon at the Hobbiton Movie Set? If you haven’t, then you should! They’re the best ones I’ve ever had! It was eight o’clock on a Saturday morning when we left Auckland heading to Hobbiton. It was good weather, despite the
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
Last week some of Brazil’s most popular bloggers visited Languages International’s Auckland school. Their blog’s name is Jovem Nerd, which means “Young Nerd” in English. They are in New Zealand for two weeks doing a “Nerd Tour.” While they were at Languages International Auckland, Jovem Nerd filmed the school and interviewed our Brazilian students for
Super-blogger, Cid, (left) with our student, Nicolau, at Languages International Congratulations to Brian the Cat’s good friend, Cid @NaoSalvo, who has just been named one of the top 100 most influential people in Brazil! If you have been following our Facebook page, you’ll know that Cid is the Brazilian super-blogger that visited Languages International last
New Zealand is in the spotlight more than ever at the moment as an exciting place to visit. Auckland has also been recognised recently as a wonderful place to visit in the 2012 World Travel Awards, with the city voted Australasia’s Leading Destination by travel agents from around the world.