April was a big month for Languages International’s new Director of Studies, Nick Moore. Not only did he get promoted to the role of Director of Studies, but he also won two gold medals in the World Masters Games. The World Masters Games is an international multi-sport event, and the biggest of its kind. It
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.
Daredevil telemark skier, Andy Parisod, is in New Zealand studying Business English at Languages International. I interviewed him to find out more about telemarking and what he is doing here in New Zealand. Telemarking is an exciting sport. Don’t miss Andy’s video below! Enter Andy… Can you tell me a little bit about your background
English and Taekwondo in New Zealand make a great combination. Just ask our champion, Victor Francey! When you study English in New Zealand, there are lots of things you can do outside class to enjoy your hobbies, interests and passions. For example, our students have joined rugby clubs and orchestras. They’ve volunteered to help the
Petrarca Padova Rugby Club player and former Auckland Grammar School international student, Federico Ponzi, is now studying at Languages International and playing for Ponsonby Rugby Club. Italian rugby player, Federico Ponzi, is taking an English for University and IELTS preparation course to hone his academic writing skills, achieve his goal of IELTS 7.0, and gain
Samuel had a clear goal when he came to New Zealand to study English in October 2008. He intended to represent Switzerland in rowing at the 2012 Olympic games and wanted to improve his English as part of his preparation for the event. Samuel was probably the most disciplined and focused student we’ve had here at L.I.,