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. 

  • Region in Profile: Mount Maunganui

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    19 Dec 2014
    The Mount Maunganui Language Centre is right in the middle of the popular dining area of the town – perfect for coffee, lunch or dinner with classmates. Spend your weekends relaxing on the beach, taking part in a number of water-based activities available, shopping at the markets or mall or taking leisurely walks up and around Mauao. What a perfect way to enjoy New Zealand while learning English!Read More >
  • The Quintessential Kiwi Summer

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    12 Dec 2014
    With the range of different experiences, opportunities and things to do all around the country, the summer season in New Zealand is one not to be missed. Pastimes such as enjoying a bbq, fishing, eating an ice cream at the beach, backyard cricket (BYC) or lazying around in the water are the quintessential kiwi summer experiences to anticipate!Read More >
  • English New Zealand Participates in ISB Benchmarking Exercise

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    10 Dec 2014
    The vast majority of English New Zealand members have recently taken part in the English Language Barometer which is the version of i-graduate’s International Student Barometer (ISB) designed for English language providers. The ISB investigates the decision making, expectations, perceptions and experiences of international students. It allows institutions to assess how satisfied their international students are on a range of measures, providing valuable insight into institutional strengths and also areas that might benefit from increased focus. Because the study has been...Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Nelson

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    8 Dec 2014
    Beautiful Nelson is widely known for its high sunshine hours and rich history – it’s the second oldest European-settled city in New Zealand and the oldest in the South Island.Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Rotorua

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    5 Dec 2014
    Known for its prominent geothermal activity and rich Maori culture, Rotorua is certainly one of the more unique places in New Zealand. It’s famous for its geysers and bubbling mud pools.Read More >
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