News & Updates
  • English New Zealand Professional Development - IELTS

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    22 Jul 2016
    English New Zealand offers a range of Professional Development opportunities both for member and non-member schools in partnership with Cambridge English and IELTS. An IELTS presentation by Clare McDowell will be held in Auckland on Thursday 4th of August. This workshop will focus on strategies for teaching IELTS listening and reading. Download further information and register at admin@englishnewzealand.co.nz by Friday 29th of July 2016. Read More >
  • Festival Safety this Summer

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    21 Jan 2016
    There are many wonderful events happening no matter where you are, and it's easy (and cheap) to travel to the festival you want to attend. Big ones this summer and beyond include Rhythm and Vines, Rhythm and Alps, Laneway, WOMAD, buskers festivals, and more.Read More >
  • Introducing Ayumi Maruyama

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    31 Jul 2015
    Ayumi was recently selected by English New Zealand to be their first Great Study Tour blogger. Currently a student at Musashino Art University, Ayumi will get the opportunity to visit six of New Zealand’s premier English schools and experience what it is like to learn English as an international student.Read More >
  • Lusi from Overseas Zone shares her New Zealand experience

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    9 Feb 2015
    Lusiyanah from Overseas Zone in Indonesia participated in our agents familiarisation tour last November. Lusi has written about her time in New Zealand and the schools she visited.To read her review in English click here To read her review in Indonesian click here Read More >
  • Janny Kiroyan's experience in New Zealand

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    19 Jan 2015
    Janny from The Key Education Services provides her thoughts about New Zealand as a study destination for Indonesian students and her experience on the English New Zealand famliarisation tour November 2014: What NZ is like: I personally and the Key Education Services team realized that NZ as a great country in terms of the landscape and the people who are very friendly, but the most important NZ has a very good education institutions under the British prestigious education. A little bit...Read More >
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