General English/Examination English – Night Classes

We offer quality English tuition and have a Category 1 rating by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority putting us in the top level of colleges in New Zealand.

Southern Lakes English College provides a fun, motivating communicative approach to English learning ensuring that students make excellent progress in all areas of English.

TIMETABLE

Night Classes are Monday-Friday and usually run at the following times:

16.25pm- 17.55pm
18.05pm – 19.05pm
19.35pm – 21.35pm

To see our daytime timetable, please click here.

PRICING

For full-time study in the evenings, please see our 2017 Price List here (same prices apply to daytime and evening full-time timetables).

For night classes part-time study, please see our pricing options here.

NIGHT CLASSES ARE GOOD FOR YOU IF:

  • You would like to relax during the daytime and enjoy activities available in Queenstown.
  • You would like to ski during the daytime in winter and study at night.
  • You have a day job and are looking for a more flexible timetable.

ENTRY LEVEL:
Elementary to Upper Intermediate

MINIMUM AGE:
18 Years old

LESSON HOURS:
Full time.
Students can also book to study shorter hours and start at 6.05pm or 7.35pm depending on their visa.

CLASS SIZE:
Average 11 or 12, maximum 17.

MINIMUM BOOKING:
1 week.

ORIENTATION & CLASS PLACEMENT:
You will receive a placement test and orientation on your first Monday usually from 8.45am.

TESTING:
Students are usually tested on Mondays once a week every week and are advanced to higher levels as competence is attained at each class level.

COURSE STRUCTURE:
Students will focus on speaking, listening, pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing skills in a communicative way.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Courses run from January to December with a 2-week break around Christmas and New Year but are subject to availability and student numbers.
  • Feedback reports are also given for students. This is in the form of a tutorial with the teacher and written feedback from both student and teacher.
  • A certificate of attendance (minimum 24 hours) and a final graduation report minimum (minimum 50 hours) is awarded at graduation.
  • Students may be able to transfer from the daytime timetable to the evening timetable and vice versa. However, this is subject to availability and will be looked at on a case by case basis.