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  • 2017 English New Zealand Conference

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    3 Apr 2018
    The inaugural English New Zealand Conference, in November 2017, was a great success. Particular thanks go to our many sponsors, including Education NZ, Cambridge English Assessment and Uni-Care. A range of knowledgeable and skilled speakers, including keynotes Jill Hadfield, Charlie Hadfield, Marnie Watson, Partick Au, Dr Gad Lim and Martin East gave presentations on a range of English language academic, business and pastoral care topics. Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS) provided a wonderful venue so the various attendees from New Zealand...Read More >
  • English New Zealand Phone Number Change

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    19 Mar 2018
    Please note that the English New Zealand landline number has changed. The new number is +64 3 383 7153 if you are calling from outside New Zealand. If you are in New Zealand, the number is 03 383 7153. If the office is unattended please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible. 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 >
  • ACG Pathways Campus Wellington opens its doors

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    8 Feb 2017
    After months of preparation and anticipation, the ACG Pathways Campus in Wellington has welcomed its first students. Located in Wellington’s railway station, the campus is easily accessible from all parts of the city and the Wellington region. The campus has had a make-over with new carpet and fresh paint and the first intake went smoothly and according to plan. ACG (Academic Colleges Group), has grown significantly over the last few years and this is the latest university pathways programme in its...Read More >
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