Online Demo Lessons
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Sign up for an Academic English / University Pathways Demo Lesson

We are now offering our Academic English and University Pathways courses online.

An Academic English Course helps students to improve their English language skills and prepares them for study success at University.

A University Pathways Course is designed specifically for those students who need to meet the English entry requirement for their chosen University Programme.

Sign up for a free Academic English / University Pathways demonstration lesson.

Demo lessons take place once a month, so keep an eye on this page for more dates or email marketing@ela.auckland.ac.nz for specific dates. 

Date: Wednesday 14th July 2021
Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm (NZT - View in your timezone)
English Level Requirement: Intermediate/Low Upper-Intermediate (IELTS 5 to 5.5)

 

Register your place HERE

For more information about the Academic English course, see HERE.

For more information about the University English Pathway course, see HERE.

Sign up for a General English Demo Lesson

We are now offering our General English course online.

General English helps students to improve their ability to communicate in English in social and work situations and progress to other ELA courses. 

Sign up for a free General English demonstration lesson. 

Demo lessons take place once a month, so keep an eye on this page for more dates or email marketing@ela.auckland.ac.nz for specific dates. 

Date: Thursday 15th July 2021
Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm (NZT - View in your timezone)
English Level Requirement: Intermediate/Low Upper-Intermediate (IELTS 5 to 5.5)

 

Register your place HERE

For more information about the General English course, see HERE.

 

Demonstration lessons are free to register for and spaces are limited. 

If you have any questions or would like to know the dates of future demo lessons, please email marketing@ela.auckland.ac.nz 

 

* Technology requirements for the demo lesson include a laptop or PC with Microsoft Word or other document producing capabilities, functional webcam, and a stable internet connection with a recommended speed of at least 3Mbps