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Courses run for eight weeks with classes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 9:15am - 12:15pm. Total 120 hours of classes.
This course will start on Monday 26 July 2021.
This Intensive English Intermediate course is designed to accelerate your learning. With 15 hours of classes per week, students make rapid progress with reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Please contact the office if you need to take a short test to find your English level.
Maximum class size 15 students.
NZ citizens and permanent migrant: FREE COURSE TUITION plus course books $95. This course fee is fully subsidised by the Tertiary Education Commission and conditions apply.
Temporary migrants: $990 including course books. If you are awarded a resident visa while you are studying with us, please let us know. You may qualify for a fee rebate on your current course.
Refugees may qualify for a free course but will need to buy course books. Please contact the office for more information.
To enrol, please contact the office:
Please tell us the following information:
This applies to New Zealand citizens, permanent migrants and refugees
The Tertiary Education Commission offers a fee subsidy for this course to qualifying students.
NZ citizens, permanent migrants and refugees who are offered a place on this course will be offered the fee subsidy PROVIDING you can agree to the following conditions:
If you are unable to agree to all these conditions, please contact the office to discuss your situation.
The books used on this course is English File Third Edition Intermediate Student's Book and English File Third Edition Intermediate Work Book. You can buy these books from the office for $95 or supply your own.
Permanent migrant: student holds NZ Resident Visa or NZ Permanent Resident Visa
Temporary migrant: student holds Guardian Visa, Work Visa, Student Visa, Visitor Visa or other visas
Refugee: student has been personally granted refugee status in NZ