Kim Renner

Kim is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of English New Zealand, including membership services, generic marketing and arranging offshore agent workshops. Having worked in the English language industry since 1993, Kim has experience in various roles within the language school environment including management of sales and marketing. 

  • A Beginner's Guide To Rugby In New Zealand

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    1 Sep 2017
    Rugby is New Zealand’s national game and an excellent way to have fun with friends while improving your English. The All Blacks, our world-beating national team, are the ultimate, but kicking a rugby ball around with friends is where it all starts. The game can look confusing to newcomers, so here’s a very basic beginner’s guide to help you tell a ‘try’ from a ‘conversion’ and the ‘fronts’ from the ‘backs’. What On Earth Are They Trying To Do? The...Read More >
  • New Chairman of English New Zealand

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    3 Aug 2017
    English New Zealand is pleased to announce the election of Wayne Dyer as the new Chairman of English New Zealand. Wayne is Principal of Auckland English Academy and the wider ICL Education Group, which also includes two other English New Zealand member schools, New Horizon College and Bridge International College. He has been involved in the English language teaching industry for the better part of 30 years, working in Spain, the UK, Turkey, Australia and New Zealand and has held senior...Read More >
  • Minister Goldsmith visits New Horizon College in Napier

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    10 Jul 2017
    Hon Paul Goldsmith, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment visited one of our member schools recently. English New Zealand has 27 member schools located throughout New Zealand in 12 different destinations. Many of our schools are in regional tourism destinations and Minister Goldsmith visited New Horizon College in Napier. English language is a sector that makes a significant contribution to the export education industry and it offers New Zealanders a wonderful opportunity to interact with different cultures and have a...Read More >
  • English New Zealand Student Bloggers Share Their Trip Highlights

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    3 Jul 2017
    At English New Zealand, we are always excited to welcome a new set of student bloggers to our country! We created the ‘Great Study Bloggers Tour of New Zealand’ initiative to give student bloggers the opportunity to study English in New Zealand and share their experiences with you. We just said goodbye to our most recent student bloggers, Emanuela Plaja and Bruno Goncalves, who were busy this past autumn studying English, visiting some of the great sites around our country and,...Read More >
  • An International Student's Guide to Kiwi Slang

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    1 May 2017
    If you’ve just arrived, or even if you have been enjoying New Zealand these past few months, you will find from time to time you hear a word – or several in a row – said by your Kiwi friends that will lead you to scratch your head and wonder what they mean? New Zealander’s have a unique and wonderful slang, playful, fun and much of it is shared with Australia. With the guide below you’ll be ‘bantering’ in no time,...Read More >
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