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Student Exchange Programs in New Zealand

A student exchange in New Zealand is an unbeatable adventure. New Zealand is known for its natural beauty and aboriginal culture. From surfing to camping, you will love spending your free time outdoors on your student exchange in New Zealand.

Student Exchange Programs in New Zealand
EF Language Year Abroad

EF Language Year Abroad

16 + years
6, 9 or 11 months
Combine language and academic studies at a school abroad. Prepare for an official language exam and gain work experience.
Destination: New Zealand
City: Auckland
EF Languages Abroad

EF Languages Abroad

16 - 25 years
2-24 weeks
Learn a language faster at an accredited EF school. Choose from 10 languages in 50 destinations. Start any Monday.
Destination: New Zealand
City: Auckland

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Student exchange programs in New Zealand

If you want to improve your English in order to ace your exams or gain a place at university, go abroad as an exchange student in New Zealand on a specially designed course for international students. You'll study English and take part in exciting activities which make the most of this beautiful destination. Courses for exchange students in New Zealand focus on helping you to be confident communicating in English, so there are plenty of opportunities for role play and speaking practice with your fellow students – student exchange programs in New Zealand are far from boring! However long you stay, you'll see the benefits in your English skills.

Student life in New Zealand

If you're going abroad for the first time on a student exchange program in New Zealand, it's natural to feel a bit nervous – studying abroad is a big step! You're in safe hands though, and with all the action-packed activities going on, from water sports to sightseeing, alongside English classes, you'll soon settle in. For a home away from home while you're on a student exchange in New Zealand, opt to stay with one of our friendly host families, or if you want a taste of independent living, choose a student residence for even more speaking practice and a head start in making some lifelong friends amongst your classmates.