In partnership with EduSynch, the ELA is delighted to offer a brand new online IELTS preparation platform for test candidates and current ELA students.
From March 2019 onwards, there will be a designated time slot for candidates to book non-PTE Academic exams every Friday at ELA's Pearson test centre.
Our test centre at the ELA is now offering computer-delivered IELTS tests, which you can book online here
Take a look through our brand new brochure for 2019!
The ELA welcomed a visit from Immigration New Zealand and the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) teams last month.
Geuchbuoy (Min), from Cambodia studied an EPPS programme with us and is now pursuing a Postgraduate Diploma in Politics and International Relations at the University of Auckland.
“Sometimes students with a high level of English still find it difficult to get the band they require because they don’t know what sort of questions they will get or the strategies they require.”
We are pleased to announce that from 2020 we will be offering a full-time Business English course.
The English Language Academy (ELA) is pleased to announce its official Pearson VUE testing centre is now offering candidates the full range of VUE tests.
Congratulations to Wei Yang on the outstanding achievement of being recently awarded a prestigious International Student Scholarship worth $10,000 with the University of Auckland.
We are pleased to announce that PTE Academic and TOEFL iBT results are now accepted for entry to the Foundation Certificate in EAP (FCertEAP) programme.
Abeer recently gained an internationally recognised English teaching qualification through the CELTA course at the ELA.
Are you looking to take an English language test for university entrance or immigration? Come along to our free information evening on Wednesday 7 November from 5.30-7pm to find out more about:
On 28 June we held our first IELTS & PTE Academic Networking Evening, where local immigration agents were invited to learn more about the tests and preparation courses which we offer.
Please note that students taking Academic English or a Pathway (FCertEAP, EPUS, EPPS) course from Block 4 (starting 16th September) will need to have their own device, ie a laptop or tablet.
Under the new General English (GE) structure from 2019, students will no longer have the option of taking a holiday in the middle of their course.
General English intake dates will be changing in 2019 to further align with the University of Auckland.
Katy is a teacher and the Study Centre Coordinator at the ELA.
Here’s what Katy has to say about her work in the Study Centre where she supports students to achieve their study goals.
Felicity Pan took a PTE Academic preparation course at the ELA. Here is what Felicity had to say about her study experience
We are now offering free WiFi to all our IELTS test-takers. A code will be given to test-takers on the test day and in an email before.
Please note that the new minimum age for students at the ELA is 18 years old.