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Summer school language classes

The quietest time of the year is an ideal time to learn a new language! Take advantage of the reduced pressure, and join our popular Summer School! We are once again offering two intensive courses, each delivered over two weeks (2 weekday evenings a week, plus a half-day on a Saturday).

Take both courses and get a real headstart with your language learning resolution! When these courses finish, you can also carry on straight away to the next level in the series, since our regular school year (with one lesson per week) starts in February.

How does summer school work?
  • Choose between French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Korean! 
  • Classes are on two weekday evenings a week, plus a half-day on a Saturday.
  • You cover the same material (one level) over two weeks as you would otherwise cover over ten weeks or five weeks.
  • For Course 1, we’re offering our languages at level one (for complete beginners).
  • For Course 2, we’re offering level one - and level two for those who’ve completed level one.
  • Enrol at the same time for both Course 1 and Course 2 and benefit from reduced course fees!
  • There are no classes on Auckland Anniversary Day

For full details of the course schedule for Euroasia Summer School, please check out the Euroasia course timetable.

The material covered on these Summer School courses is the same as on any of our other courses. Check out the Euroasia course outline for more details.

Enrol today to secure your place for the popular Summer School programmes.

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What our students say
  • “Since attending classes at Euroasia my Mandarin has improved a lot. I can talk about a lot of different things now and I can understand more than I could before. Thank you.”

    Rachel Booth
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