• English New Zealand - Covid-19 Update

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    25 Mar 2020
    As you may know, New Zealand now has a small number of COVID-19 cases. Our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the government are taking a proactive "Stamp it out" approach. Our small and wonderful country is now coming together in support of one another as we move to a Level-4 status at 11.59 pm tonight, 25 March 2020. This means that people are required to self-isolate for a period of at least four weeks, physically interacting with their household members...Read More >
  • Season's Greetings

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    21 Dec 2018
    The English New Zealand office is now closed until Monday the 7th of January 2019. Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year with friends and family. We look forward to working with you in 2019. Read More >
  • Three big challenges New Zealand's English language schools are facing - and how to combat them

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    7 Dec 2018
    By Guy St Clair, New Zealand General Manager at Cohort Go* International education in New Zealand is booming. As at 31 August 2017, the number of year to date enrolments were at 106,021, with regionally based student numbers growing steadily and students coming here from increasingly more countries. There’s been clear growth in the sector, and this has been beneficial not only to our education providers, but to New Zealand as a whole. English language schools are particularly important to the...Read More >
  • English New Zealand - New Board Members Elected

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    11 Jul 2018
    After a two-year term, Beth Knowles and Terry Leotta have stepped down from the English New Zealand Board. Tim Mahren Brown was re-elected and we welcome Darren Conway and Andrew Fisher. View the full English New Zealand Board Read More >
  • Language Schools New Zealand Celebrates Milestone

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    9 May 2018
    Guy Hughes and the team at LSNZ have recently celebrated 20 years of offering English language courses to international students. Following an overseas experience teaching English and studying Japanese, Guy arrived in Queenstown and decided to make it his home. He immediately realised with all the wonderful activities and tourism opportunities that it really needed an English language school. From a rented space and a one-man operation in April 1993, to its location now on the top of O’Connells Shopping Centre,...Read More >
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