NEW ZEALAND IS A COUNTRY OF GREAT CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND NATURAL BEAUTY. Glacial mountains, white water rivers, geysers, as well as numerous forest reserves and deserted beaches. Our programme takes place in two locations:
Auckland, known as the “City of Sails”, and located on the North Island, is a very cosmopolitan city, half marine and half urban. Its location makes it perfect to discover idyllic beaches and explore the surrounding nature full of nature reserves, volcanoes and marine reserves.
Known for its unique landscapes, geysers, hot springs and proud Maori traditions, Rotorua is the perfect place to reconnect with nature.
From 15 June: 8,10 or 12 weeks
15 - 17 years
The English course
Before the beginning of the term at the end of July, and as a complement for students to adapt to the environment beforehand, the programme includes 3 weeks of English classes and activities at a recognised English academy in the city.
With a family and able to share a room with an international student of a different mother tongue, half board.
This programme is designed for young people who want to get to know the country's education system, attending a state school, participating in classes and with the aim of perfecting the language. The school year in New Zealand begins in January and ends in November, so the July-September term is a good period for high school immersion.
The programme includes
• Arrival and departure transfers in New Zealand.
• 3-week English course.
• 3-week activity programme.
• Family accommodation, half board.
• High school enrolment.
• Local coordinator.
• Health and accident insurance.
• Leaders backpack.
The courses advertised on our website are exclusively owned and organised by LEADERS, a company promoting language courses abroad (Tax ID number B95440475), established as a travel agency and registered accordingly with identification number (CIE) 2436. The company is held responsible for ensuring proper management of these courses as well as handling any possible problems that may arise for the interested parties referred to it by the Elduaien Language Academy.