English Language Schools in New Zealand
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I am a 26 year old surveyor from Switzerland. It was always a dream for me to study the English language in another country. After reading all the leaflets I had from all over the world, I chose Rotorua in New Zealand.

Rotorua is in the centre of the North Island and everything is near. For example the beach, the skifields and Auckland are only one to three hours away. In addition, Rotorua has many activities like Skyline Luge, Farmshows, mountain bike tracks in the Redwood forest and museums to mention only a few. Furthermore, the town is quite small but it is easy to get all that you need to have.

I had such a good time that I decided to stay on and have the pleasure of the different way of life.



I would recommend Auckland to anyone who wants to study in NZ. The city is clean and green, the people are friendly, and there are lots of activities to do like windsurfing or sailing.

The only bad things are the buses and the weather is very changeable.


Auckland is great. It's safe and cheap, the people are friendly and I like the fresh air.

I think its a good place to study because its not too crowded here.
I had a dream to become a snowboard instructor in New Zealand, but I had a problem. I stopped studying English in my first year of Junior High School. I absolutely couldn't speak English!

So, I came to NZ two months before the ski season and started to study English in Queenstown. When the ski field opened I could speak naturally with people on the chair lift!

My snowbard instructor course was great. I made lots of friends at the ski field and I became a better snowboarder. The snowboard instructors are very professional and I got my NZSIA qualification!
When I arrived in New Zealand I didn't understand any English and it was a litle bit hard for me. I went to Queenstown to study and from then I began to feel at home.

The very friendly staff at my school helped me with any problems that I had. They helped me to find a homestay and then a flat. There were 4 or 5 students in each class, so we learned a lot of English.

Queenstown is a very safe and beautiful place. There are plenty of things to do, like skiing, snowboarding and walking. If you decide to go there I'm sure you will have a good time.