• Season's Greeting

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    19 Dec 2019
    The English New Zealand Office will close on Friday 20th of December and reopen on Monday 6th of January 2020. We wish you all the very best for the holiday season and look foward to working with you next year. Read More >
  • English New Zealand Conference 2019 A Great Success

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    19 Dec 2019
    English New Zealand, with the support of Education New Zealand, hosted its second biennial conference on the 22nd and 23rd of November at the Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) in Auckland. The conference, themed “Quality and Sustainability in ELT”, attracted over 170 delegates which was a 15% increase on 2017. It was excellent to have 30 non-member school academic staff attending which was a 200% increase on 2017. A members’ only closed session was attended by the Minister of Education Hon....Read More >
  • How to Enjoy a Kiwi Christmas and New Zealand Summer Holiday

    9 Dec 2019
    Aotearoa offers a very unique Christmas experience for those visiting our country. Aotearoa offers a very unique Christmas experience for those visiting our country. Way down in the South Pacific, New Zealand is in the middle of summer at Christmas time, so we flock to beaches, go swimming and get into outdoor dining and activities.Read More >
  • 5 Must-Do Activities in Nelson, New Zealand

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    4 Oct 2019
    Deciding where in the world to study English is a tough decision. New Zealand is a country with no shortage of vibrant towns and cities where you can combine your English studies with exciting and entertaining activities and attractions.Read More >
  • 5 Must-Do Activities in Christchurch, New Zealand

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    5 Aug 2019
    If you’re thinking about studying English in New Zealand, your hardest decision may be deciding which kiwi city to live in while completing your studies.Read More >
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