I graduated from Languages International almost 6 months ago. Actually, it was hard to keep up with study at the beginning because there was a lot I could not understand in English, so I started in a low-intermediate class. I knew about Cambridge class at that time, but it was like a dream class because it
Auckland OET Course: “You will feel like you are coming to the right place and would like to recommend this school to your friends.”
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
Thinking about doing Cambridge CELTA in Auckland, New Zealand? Recent CELTA Graduate Shares Experience
Meet Marissa, one of our recent CELTA course graduates. In the video below, Marissa shares with you what it is like to do the Cambridge CELTA Teacher Training course at Languages International in Auckland, New Zealand. We would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate Marissa on graduating CELTA with a ‘Pass A’ grade.
“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.”
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
English | 中文 I am Janet from China. Before coming to New Zealand, I worked for twelve years in multinational companies, mostly as a sales and operations planner in the automotive industry. I decided to change my career direction and become a kindergarten teacher in this country. I applied to study in New Zealand Tertiary College
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
“Studying in Languages International has helped me since the very first moment I stepped back in Brazil.”
I have been an English lover since I was a kid, so as I grew older I noticed I had to find a way of practicing it all the time. And the only way I could do so was becoming a teacher. And that was the reason I wanted to take a course abroad. After
“I studied here for 6 weeks, but it was the equivalent of several months because of the huge amount I learnt.”
If you can read Arabic, you can read more about Majed’s experience at Languages International here. Otherwise, you can read an article, in English, about his experience here.
We received this message from Anastasia, one of our former students from Russia. After taking Languages International’s English for University course, she completed a Postgraduate Diploma at AUT, and now she has a great job here in New Zealand working as a Business Analyst. We are very proud of all Anastasia’s achievements. Read her story below…
What a struggle learning English can be for so many people, especially for those who are not in their twenties anymore. But surprisingly, it can be wildly exciting in a well organized and efficient school in a gorgeous country. First of all, the school has an awesome team of teachers and also administrative staff. Rarely