Learn English in New Zealand
Study English in New Zealand and experience life in a friendly, vibrant country with a relaxed lifestyle and some of the most spectacular scenery on earth. From the culture and bustle of its cities to its majestic mountains, green countryside and stunning coastline, New Zealand is one of the best places on earth to live and learn a language.
LSI’s language school in New Zealand occupies a central location in the very heart of Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. The school is fully equipped with up-to-date language learning technologies and boasts friendly, knowledgeable staff and fantastic student facilities. Our ideal location means that our students have easy access to everything that this stunning city and its surrounding area have to offer.
LSI New Zealand offers an exciting and varied social programme that encompasses the very best experiences of this unique country. From cultural and sporting events to surfing in summer and weekend skiing trips in winter, our social programme is designed to perfectly complement your English course in New Zealand.
Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand, is situated on a narrow stretch of land in the north of the country. The city's two harbours have earned it the name of "City of Sails".
Auckland has magnificent beaches and perfect sailing conditions. A boat trip to the islands in the Hauraki Gulf is an experience not to be missed. Auckland is Read more
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