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. 

  • Uni-Care insurance for international students

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    27 Mar 2014
    Uni-Care has been providing international students with travel and medical insurance for over 20 years. Many English New Zealand members work closely with Uni-Care and we appreciate the support they give to English New Zealand, our students, and the export education industry. To find out more information on Uni-Care's products and services please visit their website www.uni-care.org Read More >
  • English New Zealand Members travelling to IECHE in Riyadh

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    27 Mar 2014
    A number of English New Zealand member schools will travel to Riyadh to take part in the International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education (IECHE) 16 - 19 April 2013. This is a major event and attracts thousands of students seeking to study abroad. English New Zealand will have a booth at the exhibition and this booth will be shared by Auckland English Academy, Cornell Institute of Technology & Business (English School), DynaSpeak, Languages International, and Worldwide School of English. This...Read More >
  • English New Zealand is now on Facebook

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    27 Mar 2014
    English New Zealand has a Facebook page . We hope that you'll "Like" us as we try to keep you up to date about English New Zealand developments and interesting events happening at our member schools. Read More >
  • 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 >
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