Study abroad in Auckland

The unofficial capital and most populated city in New Zealand.

Almost a third of the population of New Zealand lives in the city of Auckland, where the traditions of the Polynesian Maori minority mix with the influence of the British colonization and a growing population of Asian immigrants. The international and cosmopolitan atmosphere of the city makes it an exciting place to take an English course. Over a third of the population of Auckland was born outside of New Zealand and it is easy to see why so many people choose to call it their “home”. With its mild climate and leisurely way of life, Auckland has been named as one of the of the most livable cities in the world.

Auckland has a unique location on a narrow stretch of land surrounded by bays and harbors. With such a close proximity to the ocean, Auckland is the ideal destination for lovers of water activities. Yachts, boats and even large cruise ships are regular sights here. Sports of all kinds are popular, and visitors can enjoy watching a local rugby or tennis match. One of the most popular sites is the “Auckland Domain”, one of the city’s largest parks, or the Mount Eden park built on a volcanic crater with 360 degree views of the city.

The international atmosphere of Auckland makes it an exciting destination to take an English course and practice with students from all over the world. 


LocationNorth Island, New Zealand

Language schools in Auckland

Language courses abroad in DynaSpeak

Our partner school DynaSpeak welcomes students from all over the world. Since opening in 1992, DynaSpeak has already become one of the biggest providers of language courses in New Zealand. The academically oriented language school offers a unique combination of standard English courses with elective courses, allowing students to focus on special subjects such as business English, academic English

Further details

Auckland - Travel Guide

Climate in Auckland

Auckland - Pictures

Yalea Languages - Language courses abroad
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