• English New Zealand CEFR Workshops

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    27 Mar 2014
    English New Zealand, in conjunction with Cambridge English, hosted two CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) workshops in September. Mary Jane Hogan, mjh Editorial and Language Services Sydney, presented the workshops at CCEL in Christchurch, and Languages International in Auckland. Read more about the workshops Read More >
  • Changes to Work Rights for English Language Students

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    27 Mar 2014
    As a result of the efforts of many members over many years, we have achieved our first significant victory in the battle for sensible work rights for English language students, as announced in the media release from Hon. Nathan Guy today. The Christchurch earthquakes have created an opportunity for the Government to take a risk in this area that previous governments have been reluctant to take. View the press release from Hon. Nathan Guy, Minister of Immigration For further information and...Read More >
  • English New Zealand Celebrates 25th Anniversary

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    27 Mar 2014
    English New Zealand recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. A wonderful evening was enjoyed by current members, official guests, and past Chairs and members of the Executive. Read more about the evening and view photos... Read More >
  • English New Zealand Schools Travel to Indonesia

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    27 Mar 2014
    With the assistance of Education New Zealand a group of 15 English New Zealand schools travelled to Indonesia this week. The group will be promoting English language study in New Zealand to study abroad agencies and their counsellors. Indonesia Education Partnerships organised a workshop for the group yesterday in Jakarta. Immigration New Zealand and Education New Zealand provided a briefing for the schools and agents. This was followed by meetings between schools and agencies in the afternoon. Earlier in the day...Read More >
  • The Medical Council of New Zealand accepts OET (OET)

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    27 Mar 2014
    In February, the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) announced its decision to accept the OET as an approved English test. The MCNZ will accept an A or B in each of the four categories (listening, speaking, reading or writing). Candidates who have successfully taken OET in the last two years can apply to the MCNZ for registration or to sit the Registration Examination. For further information on OET, please contact Ms Janeen Gardiner, OET Marketing Manager, E: Janeen.Gardiner@oet.com.au. Read More >
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