Selwyn Community Education is based at Selwyn College, Kohimarama, Auckland.
Make friends, improve your English and learn more about New Zealand culture in a friendly environment. Students enjoy our small class sizes and individual attention as they learn English to gain skills for work and further study and to better communicate with New Zealanders. Our teachers are highly experienced and qualified native English speakers. They really want to help our students improve their English.
Please contact our friendly office staff if you have any questions. We enjoy helping people and will do our best to find a course that suits your needs.
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New Zealand Citizens and Residents and Refugees are given priority for places in courses. Generally, we can offer some places to non-resident applicants as well. Higher course fees will be charged.
Most courses run for eight weeks and start in the following weeks:
Course fees are due two weeks before courses start.
In 2017, we offer the following English languages courses:
Course Levels. We offer courses at the following levels:
Note: for NZ Citizens and Residents with little or no English, please contact the office to see whether we can assist you. Refugees should contact REAF (Refugee Education for Adults and Families) on 5219610 first.
New Zealand Citizens and Residents are given priority for places in courses.
Course fees for NZ Citizens and Residents are subsidised by the New Zealand Government via the Tertiary Education Commission. Conditions apply for subsidised courses:
If you are unable to agree to all these conditions, please contact the office to discuss your situation. In special circumstances, we may consider waiving one of these conditions.
Selwyn Community Education is required to collect demographic information for subsidised students for reporting purposes.
If you have refugee status, you may qualify for a free course. You may need to buy a course workbook. You will need to present your refugee papers. Please contact REAF (Refugee Education for Adults and Families) on 5219610 first.
Students with other types of visa (Visitor Visa, Work Visa, Student Visa and other visas)
Students without residency class visas are welcome to apply through the office to join a class. We try hard to accommodate all student applications. One week before courses start, we will finalise the course rolls and offer any spare places to our non-resident customers.
Please contact our friendly office staff if you have any questions. We enjoy helping people and will do our best to find a course that suits your needs.No events to show