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23 Part time Courses in New Zealand

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New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses ‒ that of the North and South Islands ‒ and numerous smaller islands. Overseas students need to have a student visa and a reasonable level of cash to spend in order to undertake a course of study at a New Zealand based educational institution. New Zealand educational institutions will inform the appropriate immigration authorities if a student ceases to attend their enrolled courses, who may then suspend or cancel that student's visa. Educational institutions often also exchange this enrollment and attendance data electronically with other government agencies responsible for providing student assistance.

Best 23 Part time Courses in New Zealand 2018

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Teenage Courses: English Plus Activities; Super-Intensive for Teens; High School COMBI.

Dominion English Schools
Campus February 2018 New Zealand Auckland

(13 - 17 years) - Make the most of your school holiday and study English in the morning and enjoy our varied activities programme in the afternoon. Or study our fulltime programme with projects and one activity per week. Our teenage courses are supervised, fun and a great way to meet new friends from all over the world. [+]

Teenage School

(13 - 17 years) - Make the most of your school holiday and study English in the morning and enjoy our varied activities programme in the afternoon. Or study our fulltime programme with projects and one activity per week. Our teenage courses are supervised, fun and a great way to meet new friends from all over the world.

English Plus Activities

◆ 12.5 hours English a week in class, mornings; 15 hours of activities a week, afternoons

◆ Course length: minimum 2 weeks. There is a 4-week activity cycle

◆ Course starts: any Monday: January, February, March, April, June, July, August and December

◆ Course content: English lessons and activities (escort, transport, entrance fees and equipment). Cultural, social and sporting activities are arranged to enable students to enjoy their New Zealand experience... [-]


Teacher Training Courses: TESOL and TECSOL

Dominion English Schools
Campus 4 weeks March 2018 New Zealand Auckland

The Dominion TESOL Course is offered to non-native speakers of English who would like to learn the fundamental concepts of teaching English to young adult and adult learners. It also prepares candidates to take the Cambridge TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test). [+]

TESOL

(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

The Dominion TESOL Course is offered to non-native speakers of English who would like to learn the fundamental concepts of teaching English to young adult and adult learners. It also prepares candidates to take the Cambridge TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test).

◆ 25 hours per week in class

◆ Class size: maximum 12 students per class

◆ Course length: 4 weeks

◆ Course starts: refer to timetable on fees sheet

◆ Fee includes: 4 weeks intensive training, assessed teaching practice, observation of experienced teachers. Entry into the TKT examination is optional.

◆ Entry requirement: pass the Dominion TESOL entry test or IELTS level 5... [-]


English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Dominion English Schools
Campus 10 weeks March 2018 New Zealand Auckland

◆ Super-Intensive 25 hours per week in class ◆ 3 levels of academic English and study skills ◆ Direct entry (no IELTS needed) into university foundation courses, business, hospitality, IT, art & design and travel & tourism courses ◆ Class size: maximum 14 students per class [+]

Overview

◆ Super-Intensive 25 hours per week in class

◆ 3 levels of academic English and study skills

◆ Direct entry (no IELTS needed) into university foundation courses, business, hospitality, IT, art & design and travel & tourism courses

◆ Class size: maximum 14 students per class

Course content

Each level includes development of:

◆ academic writing: notetaking, summarizing, paraphrasing & statistical analysis

◆ academic reading: gist, skimming, scanning, understanding implications & research skills

◆ academic listening: instructions, lectures and presentations, seminar and class participation

◆ speaking: seminars, participation in tutorials, interaction skills for communication with lecturers, supervisors and peers... [-]


Exam Courses: Cambridge FCE, CAE and CPE; IELTS

Dominion English Schools
Campus 6 - 12 weeks February 2018 New Zealand Auckland

Acceptance into all examination courses is at the discretion of the Director of Studies. Dominion will send a pre-course assessment test as part of the booking procedure. If the student’s level is found to be below the required entry level after the student arrives in New Zealand, the student will either take a General English Course or transfer to an exam course at a lower level (if available). When in New Zealand, the student will be assessed prior to entry to the chosen exam courses. [+]

Entry requirement

Acceptance into all examination courses is at the discretion of the Director of Studies. Dominion will send a pre-course assessment test as part of the booking procedure. If the student’s level is found to be below the required entry level after the student arrives in New Zealand, the student will either take a General English Course or transfer to an exam course at a lower level (if available). When in New Zealand, the student will be assessed prior to entry to the chosen exam courses.

Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE

◆ Super-Intensive 25 hours a week in class

◆ First Certificate (FCE), Advanced (CAE) and Proficiency (CPE)

◆ Class size: maximum 12 students per class... [-]


Business English

Dominion English Schools
Campus Part time 6 weeks May 2018 New Zealand Auckland

Business English is a part-time afternoon programme designed to help students communicate accurately and fluently in a business context. Reading and listening texts use business contexts so that new business vocabulary is introduced naturally. Speaking and writing tasks also focus on communication in a business context. [+]

Business English is a part-time afternoon programme designed to help students communicate accurately and fluently in a business context. Reading and listening texts use business contexts so that new business vocabulary is introduced naturally. Speaking and writing tasks also focus on communication in a business context.

Levels: pre-intermediate +

Course Length: 6 weeks

Class Size: maximum 15, average 11

Entry Requirements: Entrance test

Hours: 12.5 hours a week in class (12.45pm-3.30pm)

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TOEIC

Dominion English Schools
Campus Part time 6 weeks June 2018 New Zealand Auckland

TOEIC is a business English course designed to help you improve all areas of your Business English. Especially popular in Asian countries, TOEIC is the benchmark of English language competence for many employers in Japan and Korea. The language systems and skills studied on the course will help you cope in a business environment. Dominion English Schools, Auckland is a private TOEIC testing centre, meaning that students who study TOEIC at Dominion can take the exam at the school any day by agreement. [+]

TOEIC: Test of English for International Communication

TOEIC is a business English course designed to help you improve all areas of your Business English. Especially popular in Asian countries, TOEIC is the benchmark of English language competence for many employers in Japan and Korea. The language systems and skills studied on the course will help you cope in a business environment. Dominion English Schools, Auckland is a private TOEIC testing centre, meaning that students who study TOEIC at Dominion can take the exam at the school any day by agreement.

Entry Level: low intermediate

Course Length: 6 weeks

Class Size: maximum 15

Hours: 12.5 hours a week in class, afternoons (12.45pm-3.30pm)... [-]


General English

Dominion English Schools
Campus Part time 2 - 52 weeks Open Enrollment New Zealand Auckland

Our General English Courses are designed to help you communicate accurately and fluently, and you can start any Monday of the year. [+]

Overview

Our General English Courses are designed to help you communicate accurately and fluently, and you can start any Monday of the year.

The morning classes (9:00 - 10:30, 10:45 - 11:45) focus on grammar and vocabulary input and the afternoon classes (12:45 - 14:15, 14:30 - 15:30) help to improve your communicative skills, with the final hour dedicated to speaking. There is a 15-minute break in the mornings from 10:30 - 10:45, and in the afternoons from 14:15 - 14:30. We have an hour for lunch between 11:45 - 12:45. On Friday afternoons you can choose from a range of options such as pronunciation workshops, watching and discussing films, or enjoy structured speaking across levels with our friendly teaching staff.... [-]


Auckland Summer Direct Enrollment – University of Auckland Film Production

IES Abroad
Campus Part time June 2018 New Zealand Auckland

You will directly enroll in the University of Auckland's four-week practical program for emerging filmmakers. Discover first-hand what draws the global film industry to New Zealand and create your own short drama episode. [+]

Why Auckland?

The 2015 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Auckland third in the world for quality of life. With beautiful volcanoes and lava flows, a dynamic mixture of European, Asian, and Pacific influences, friendly residents, and breathtaking coastal views, you’ll fall for Auckland’s unique charm. With Auckland as your home, you’re in the perfect place from which to experience both the cultural and natural wonders of New Zealand.

What You'll Study

You will directly enroll in the University of Auckland's four-week practical program for emerging filmmakers. Discover first-hand what draws the global film industry to New Zealand and create your own short drama episode. Structured around a practical production process based on professional television industry practice, this program is a hands-on experience designed to set you up with the tools you need to launch your career in film, television and digital media industries. Due to the small size and intensive nature of the program, admission is highly selective.... [-]


Christchurch Direct Enrollment - University Of Canterbury

IES Abroad
Campus 1 - 2 semesters March 2018 New Zealand Christchurch

During your time in Christchurch, you directly enroll in the University of Canterbury, one of the top three universities in New Zealand, and in the top 3% of the world's universities. You also have access to more than 50 academic departments and more than 100 on-campus clubs and organizations—ideal opportunities to connect with Kiwi (local) students. [+]

Overview

When you look out your window in Christchurch, you know exploration awaits you—hiking, fishing, kayaking, or swimming—that’s just a typical day here. Enjoy the adventurous, yet relaxed, lifestyle that Christchurch has to offer. During your time in Christchurch, you directly enroll in the University of Canterbury, one of the top three universities in New Zealand, and in the top 3% of the world's universities. You also have access to more than 50 academic departments and more than 100 on-campus clubs and organizations—ideal opportunities to connect with Kiwi (local) students. Spread over 215 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens, the University’s campus is located only 15 minutes from the city. Ski slopes, mountains, native bush, rivers, lakes, hot springs, and beaches are all within 1.5 hours of Christchurch, making this an ideal place to study and experience New Zealand’s outdoor lifestyle. Christchurch will be your classroom. Meet the residents who are rebuilding their beloved city after the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. While reconstruction is making progress, there's still work to be done. (There are ways you can help out, too.) Learn about the history of this great city, which is one of the oldest in New Zealand. Eager for hands-on field study excursions? Explore the University’s four field stations throughout the South Island. You can also enroll in an internship, which includes time spent working at your placement in addition to an academic seminar that helps you contextualize what you’re learning. We want you to feel... [-]


Auckland Direct Enrollment - University of Auckland

IES Abroad
Campus 1 - 2 semesters July 2018 New Zealand Auckland

Our study abroad program in Auckland offers you the opportunity to directly enroll in the University of Auckland, a prestigious research university that has courses in more than 150 disciplines. [+]

Overview

The 2015 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Auckland third in the world for quality of life. With beautiful volcanoes and lava flows, a dynamic mixture of European, Asian, and Pacific influences, friendly residents, and breathtaking coastal views, you’ll fall for Auckland’s unique charm. Our study abroad program in Auckland offers you the opportunity to directly enroll in the University of Auckland, a prestigious research university that has courses in more than 150 disciplines. The University has a wealth of options in Māori Studies and has a marae (Māori sacred ground) on campus, indicative of Auckland’s diversity and New Zealand’s Māori heritage. Auckland will be your classroom. Visit the Auckland War Memorial Museum to explore its collections in natural and human history. Learn about Auckland’s diverse geography from the Auckland Volcanic Field to the isthmus that Auckland is situated on. Everything you do and see is part of your international education. From Auckland, you will have many opportunities to explore the beautiful country of New Zealand. At the start of the program, you participate in an orientation on the spectacular island of Waiheke, where you stay at a marae and learn more about Māori culture. Fans of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit series can visit nearby Hobbiton, where scenes from the movies were filmed. On the South Island, just a short flight away, you can hike or ski in the magnificent Southern Alps. With Auckland as your home, you’re in the perfect place from... [-]


Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Part time July 2018 New Zealand Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Wellington + 2 more

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! [+]

Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference!

Leadership and management: You’ll start by considering the variety of leadership roles people take on, and look at the link with management – which is not the same as leadership, though there are important connections. Personality types: Here you’ll find out more about the way personality types are classified, and the implications of these for leadership – and the perhaps surprising fact that many different types of person can succeed in certain leadership roles. Leadership styles: Through a study of some of the great leaders of the past, you’ll identify different styles, and see how people have used their talents and circumstances to achieve prominence and success. Leadership and teamwork: Leadership implies working with others. What are the skills you need to create, and be part of, a great team? Persuasion and negotiation: If people are to follow your lead you need to get them on your side. But sometimes you have to compromise, and even admit that you may be wrong. How do you do this and still retain authority?... [-]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Part time July 2018 New Zealand Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Wellington + 2 more

You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you. [+]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18)

You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you.

Language guide: for this course, we recommend at least these levels of English: 6.5 (IELTS) / 110 (TOEFL iBT) / C1 (CEF) / CAE.

What is EAP? As an introduction to the course, you’ll be looking at the scope of EAP and how it ties in with general study skills. Reading: How will you cope with a long reading list? Here you’ll find out how you can absorb information quickly and effectively. Listening: In an academic context, listening skills relate largely to lectures. You’ll pick up some really valuable tips for listening well, and also for taking useful notes. Writing: For many subjects, you’ll have to write essays. Today, you’ll be working at improving your approach to essays, and to other pieces of academic writing. Speaking: Most university courses will require you to attend seminars, possibly to take a lead role, but certainly to say something! This unit will help you to gain the confidence needed to take advantage of seminars. Preparing for a seminar (a): For the remainder of the course, you’ll be working on a seminar in which everyone in the class will take part. But first of all, you need to use your... [-]

ACT & SAT preparation course in USA only ( Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Part time July 2018 New Zealand Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Wellington + 2 more

If you’re planning to study in the USA, you usually have to take one or the other of these tests. The higher your score, the better your chances of gaining entry to one of the top universities. In this course, you’ll find out how the tests work, and what you can do to achieve a great result. [+]

ACT & SAT preparation in USA only ( Age 14 to 18)

If you’re planning to study in the USA, you usually have to take one or the other of these tests. The higher your score, the better your chances of gaining entry to one of the top universities. In this course, you’ll find out how the tests work, and what you can do to achieve a great result.

Language guide: for this course, we recommend at least these levels of English: 6.5 (IELTS) / 110 (TOEFL iBT) / C1 (CEF) / CAE.

ACT and SAT: You start by comparing the two tests, looking at the content, scoring – and the use which is made of them. Mathematics: Both tests include a mathematics section. You’ll look at the kind of questions asked, and get some valuable practice in one or both of the tests. Reading and writing: Here you’ll be looking at different ways in which reading and writing skills are tested in SAT and ACT and start work on developing those skills. Reading: In this unit, you’ll be working on the kind of texts which are selected, and the kind of questions you’ll be asked. No matter how difficult the text, by developing the right skills, you can do well. Writing: You’ll look here at the different emphases of the two tests, but also work on eliminating the grammatical errors which cost you marks whichever test you take. The essay: For many students, this is the most challenging part... [-]

Foundation English Programme

IPU New Zealand
Campus March 2018 New Zealand Palmerston North

It is vitally important for students to possess a high level of reading, listening, writing, speaking and comprehension skills if they are to succeed at any tertiary level institution. In the Foundation English Programme, students attend small classes according to their level of English ability. The programme provides students with the necessary tools for developing their English communication skills to the... [+]

It is vitally important for students to possess a high level of reading, listening, writing, speaking and comprehension skills if they are to succeed at any tertiary level institution.

In the Foundation English Programme, students attend small classes according to their level of English ability. The programme provides students with the necessary tools for developing their English communication skills to the required level of entry for tertiary education. In addition to gaining academic English skills, students can also improve their conversation and comprehension skills that are crucial for enjoying everyday life in English-speaking countries.

IPU New Zealand offers the Foundation English Programme to first year students, enabling them to achieve English language proficiency and a set of useful study skills, as well as developing their critical thinking in preparation for a tertiary level education.... [-]


TESOL Courses

IPU New Zealand
Online & Campus Combined 2 - 5 years March 2018 New Zealand Palmerston North

The Trinity Cert TESOL is a qualification suited to those wishing to teach English as a second language, but possess little or no experience in doing so. This programme equips students with the basic skills and knowledge required for ESOL teachers. The programme also gives students a firm foundation for self-evaluation and opportunities for further professional development. It is also suitable for... [+]

The Trinity Cert TESOL is a qualification suited to those wishing to teach English as a second language, but possess little or no experience in doing so. This programme equips students with the basic skills and knowledge required for ESOL teachers. The programme also gives students a firm foundation for self-evaluation and opportunities for further professional development. It is also suitable for trained teachers who are not trained in TESOL.

The Trinity Cert TESOL can be taken as a stand-alone course, or as part of the Graduate Diploma of International Studies (GDIS). Details of each of these can be viewed below:

Stand-alone course structure

There are two parts to the course, the first being a Distance Education component, the second an on-campus course. The Distance Education component consists of a series of study guides with the accompanying tasks based on the three set texts. Trainees must complete this extramural study before they start the on-campus programme. The on-campus component is a five-week intensive course in which the syllabus is covered by a series of lectures, seminars, and workshops. Teaching practice is integrated by relating the course components to practical teaching of various ESOL classes.... [-]