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Language courses for adults

Group classes are generally offered outside normal office hours at our teaching centre in Auckland.  Please see timetable/fees/enrolment for details.

  • Small classes (maximum 10 per class, average 6).
  • Focus on developing conversational skills.
  • Lively, enthusiastic teachers.
  • Fascinating cultural insights, fun classes.
  • All the main European languages and Asian languages.
  • Up to 6 levels, from complete beginner upwards.
  • Courses specifically designed to suit Euroasia clients.
  • Gently-paced introductory courses.
  • Stimulating continuation courses at higher levels.
  • All course materials included in fees.
  • Advice on study outside the classroom for those who wish to make faster progress

For more information, please see why Euroasia? and language courses.

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Standard group classes

Courses operate over 10 weekday evenings, and most people come once a week. 

Lessons are held from 6.00pm to 7.30pm, or from 7.40pm to 9.10pm (1.5 hour sessions). 

You complete one of our levels over one course (10 weeks), and then we hope you will decide to go on to the next level! 
For more information, please see levels/outcomes; also check out timetable/fees/enrolment.

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Fasttrack courses

If you missed the start date for your course, if you prefer a more intensive option, orif you would simply like to make faster progress, we offer two ways to help:

Fastrack 5
Cover the same material you would cover in 10 weeks over 5!  You come for your language classes twice a week instead of once, and thereby spend the same number of hours with us.  Fasttrack 5 courses are offered four times a year: starting in March, June, August and November.

Fasttrack 2
Cover the same material you would cover in 10 weeks over 2!   These language courses are offered during our term breaks, therefore around Easter, early July, September/October, and in January.  Over two weeks, you take classes on two evenings a week and on two Saturday mornings, and again have the same number of hours that you would otherwise have over 10 weeks.  Fasttrack 2 is popular with people who are planning to travel in the near future as well as with those who would like to jump a level when they start the next term. 

Course fees for Fasttrack courses are the same as for our standard language courses.

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Courses for individuals (one-to-one)

Individual teaching is available either at our centre or at a location to suit you.  Individual teaching can also be done via the internet.

Teaching on a one-to-one basis means we can provide the kind of teaching you require and at your pace.   We can also offer two-to-one, three-to-one etc.

We consult with you to find out your specific requirements and to gear the course accordingly.  Some people, for example, only need to develop speaking skills; others might just need to read reports or papers in a particular language.  Whatever your goals and targets, we do our best to ensure that you achieve them as effectively and as economically as possible.

Our teachers for private tuition are specially chosen for their skills in managing this type of teaching.

Our fees for one-to-one (or two-to-one) tuition are $76 per hour, including GST; dates and times are arranged to suit you.

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Language classes for children

Euroasia courses in foreign languages for children are for those aged 5 to 12. Classes are held at our Auckland premises (10 Titoki Street, Parnell) on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, from 4 to 5.30.

The main languages taught are Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese. These courses are offered in conjunction with LCF (Fun Languages), which has been designing and providing language courses for children for over 20 years.

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Why learn a foreign language?

If you were a speaker of, say, Finnish, you would not be asking this question.  The answer is very obvious: no one outside Finland speaks Finnish, and if you want to travel or have any dealings with the outside world at all, you have to speak another language (probably English).

If, however, you are a speaker of English, the answer is not so clear.  As speakers of what has become the international language, we are not obliged to learn another language in quite the same way.   When we deal with people from another country, they often speak English; when we travel overseas, we can nearly always find someone somewhere who speaks English; and it is very clear which is the first language of the Internet.

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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