The minimum duration for a language course is usually two weeks, but students benefit the most starting from the 3rd and 4th weeks of their language course, after they get used to the new environment. By this time, the early distractions are over and the student has "settled in". The average student takes about 12 weeks of language studies abroad.
At Evakona Education, you can study English intensively in a small Evakona class, at a level that is just right for you. The Intensive English course focuses on everyday English used in real life situations. The course emphasises conversation, grammar, writing, reading, listening and pronunciation skills.
Afternoon Classes cover a variety of topical lessons, such as New Zealand life and culture, News, Creative Writing and Reading and Listening and Song. There are 3 to 5 levels of class from Beginner to Advanced, depending on the number of students. All classes have a maximum of 10 students per class to allow for more teacher/student time. There is also an Academic Level which incorporates Exam Preparation for IELTS TOEIC and CAE.
Listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar, and activities
Classes per week
23 lessons per week
(each lesson lasts 55 min)
Monday - Friday
Class schedule may change depending on availability and season.
All levels, beginner to advanced
You will take a placement test on your first day to determine your class level.
14 years old and older
18 years old (20 in the summer)
A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the course.