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Study + Internship

Improve your English. Kick-start your career!

The people, the country, the friendliness, the nature It's been an awesome experience."
Antje, form Germany; Event Planning

The Study + Internship Programme at NZLC is a fantastic way to improve your English by applying what you learn to real world work environments. This integrated study-to-work internship programme offers you the best English language courses plus the benefit of fully supported work placement.

Internships are a

really good way of gaining work experience before you graduate.


Thomas, from France; Robotic Engineering

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Requirements for Work Placement

Travel, study and work The perfect combination!


Through our partner, Intern NZ, we offer the most comprehensive and best supported Study + Internship programmes in the country. With 3 fantastic course options available, NZLC and Intern NZ will ensure that that you are able to be the best you can be by guiding you in your journey from study all the way through to work placement. And all this while exploring everything that stunning New Zealand has to offer.

Improve your English Kick-start your career 2 amazing study locations NZLC Auckland or NZLC Wellington Customised internships All industries Tailored courses Receive academic credit Assistance with study planning Supportive environment

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NZLC has a friendly team. The teachers and administration staff are helpful and always have a smile. Alexandra, France

Integrated Study Options


The NZLC Study + Intern programme has 3 fantastic integrated study-to-work options available Work Express, Achiever and Achiever Plus. Choose the option that best suits your language needs. Work Express This option is intended for those who need to refresh their English skills before entering the workplace. Study for a minimum period of 4 weeks fulltime until you are ready to begin your internship. Minimum 4 weeks full-time study plus work placement Language requirements: IELTS 7.0 or equivalent

Achiever The Achiever programme will provide you with the solid base in communicative language skills you need to be able to function effectively in an all-English working environment. Minimum 8 weeks full-time study then 4 weeks of morning with afternoon work placement then fulltime work placement Language requirements: IELTS 6.5 or equivalent

Achiever Plus The aim of Achiever Plus is to provide you with a significant improvement in language awareness, and communication skills. This is the best way to prepare for your work placement and will give you all the confidence you need to achieve your goals, plus more! Minimum12 weeks full-time study then work placement Language requirements: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent
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Available Courses
Course availability will depend on your language level and the amount of time you wish to study. In most cases a General English course will be the ideal option. If you want to try other courses such as IELTS, English for Business Purposes (EBP) or perhaps a Cambridge course (FCE or CAE) then you will need to: 1. meet the language requirements for your chosen course and 2. ensure you are available for the entire duration of courses. Check with NZLC Wellington or NZLC Auckland staff to find out what courses will be available and when.

Visa Options
The type of visa you apply for will depend on your nationality. In order to take part in the NZLC Study + Internship Programme, you will need to hold a valid visa for the length of time you intend to stay in New Zealand. To study and work in New Zealand you will need a Working Holiday Visa. For more information on this and other visa types check out the Immigration New Zealand website at http://www.immigration.govt.nz/ or contact your nearest New Zealand embassy or consulate.

New Zealand is a

great place for learning English.


Camilo, Colombia.
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The beautiful Golden Bays region (pictured) is the perfect place for weekend trips. Talk to the friendly staff at NZLC Wellington for more information on this and other South Island adventures.

The Application Process


Applying for the NZLC Study + Internship programme couldnt be easier. In order for us to find the best course for you, please complete our free placement test which you can find on our website www.nzlc.ac.nz. Follow these simple steps:

Download Study+ Internship placement test from www.nzlc.ac.nz

Return completed test to info@nzlc.ac.nz

Try again.

IELTS 4.5 or lower Wait 2-3 working days for test results and recommendation for study option.

Congratulations!!

IELTS 4.5 or higher

Complete the online application form or download the PDF and send to info@nzlc.ac.nz

Allow for up to 7 working days for confirmation that you are accepted to the programme.

Youre good to go!!

When you receive Confirmation of Enrolment follow the payment instructions.

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Wellington

NZLC Wellington
Wellington is New Zealands capital city but according to Lonely Planet it is also the Capital of cool. Home to just over 200,000 people it is Wellingtons compact size that allows for its vibrant arts, music and caf culture. Wellingtons central location also serves as the gateway to the lower North Island and the spectacular South Island, which is just a quick ferry ride over the Cook Strait and then through the mind-blowing Marlborough Sounds. NZLC Wellingtons campus is a home away from home. Its relatively small size and incredibly friendly staff means your every need will be taken care of and - like most people you wont want to leave!

Coolest little capital in the world.


Lonely Planets Best in Travel, 2011.
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Auckland

NZLC Auckland
New Zealands largest city is surrounded by beaches and covered with ancient volcanoes. It is home to 1.3 million people and is considered to be one of the most liveable cities in the world (2011 Liveable Cities Index, The Economist). Also, known as the City of Sails, Aucklands harbour has a reputation as being one of the finest sailing spots in the world and has even hosted the prestigious Americas Cup race twice! NZLC Aucklands new campus was completed in 2012 and is a state-of-the art building with fantastic, modern facilities including a student library, self-study centre, media centre, fully equipped computer suite and student presentation room.

One of the most liveable cities in the world.


The Economist, 2011.
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Intern Services Include:

Working in accordance with your requirements to gather information necessary to find a suitable internship. Finding an internship opportunity for you, including providing a role description. Once an internship is found a Memorandum of Understanding is signed between the internship provider and internship site. This confirms such things as dates and hours, role description and terms and conditions. Prior to the internship a pre-internship orientation is provided advising on how to make the most of the internship experience and how to deal with any issues that may arise. Areas covered include culture shock, safety and laws, culture and customs, making the most of the internship, troubleshooting. The candidate is able to contact the internship provider at any time during the internship period and is advised to do so with any issues they need assistance with. Should any other requirements be needed for the internship, such as assessment from the site, or any academic requirements the candidate has; these need to be made clear upon application so the internship site can be approached with regards this.

Industries
Accounting Advertising Advertising Sales Animal Behaviour Architectural Engineering Agricultural Research Arts Administration Biotechnology Broadcast Business Analyst Civil Engineering Civil Law Communications Conservation Contract Law Economics Education Electronic Engineering Environmental Studies Event Management Facebook Developer Fashion Film Production Finance Food Chemistry Forensic Science Graphic Design Hotel Management Human Resources Industrial Engineering Insurance Interior Design IT Journalism Leadership Development Marine Biology Marketing Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics Medical Research Microbiology Natural Resource Management Nutrition and Dietetics Pharmaceutical Research Photography Plant and Food Science Politics Public Relations Radio Production Robotic Engineering Social Media Marketing and Software Development Social Work Sports and Recreation Sports Management Structural Engineering Sustainable Business Supply Chain Management/Logistics Textile Management Theatre Studies Tourism TV Production Underground Construction Urban and Town Planning Veterinary Science Viticulture Web Design

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Study + Internship Course Costs*


Work Express
Length of Study Work Placement Fee Enrolment Fee
Accommodation Arrangement Fee

Achiever
8 weeks (minimum) $640 $200 $200 $380 (pw) $4080

Achiever Plus
12 weeks (minimum) $560 $200 $200 $380 (pw) $5520

4 weeks (minimum) $720 $200 $200 $380 (pw) $2640

Tuition Fee** Total cost***

*Conditions apply. Prices may be subject to change. ** Normal tuition fee is $380 per week. Country Specials also apply. Email info@nzlc.ac.nz for more details. ***Calculated using full fees at minimum study lengths.

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