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The English language team at Massey University offers a wide range of intensive English language (IELS) classes during the week and you will be integrated with other international students studying here. The courses will improve students’ ability to handle everyday situations in English and will help students to develop a natural and accurate style of English pronunciation. Our English language courses will also improve your ability to express ideas clearly and confidently in English. All four skills are covered during the week, reading and writing, listening and speaking. In addition we offer opportunities to learn in our virtual Stream environment and you will benefit from the wide range of facilities offered by Massey.
The IELS programme provides students with the opportunity to improve their English language proficiency at their own pace. The programme is offered at all campuses and the Centre offers a variety of study options to meet a student's individual needs.
Some of the key features of our English language programme are:
Our programme will help students who want to prepare for university, IELTS or looking to improve their general English.
All students will be tested on arrival and placed in the most suitable level. For further information about the programme or applying, contact us.
We offer customised courses for groups of learners who have specific English language learning needs or requirements. For further details contact us.
A limited number of English language tuition scholarships are available for government or university-sponsored international students from Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam preparing for a PhD at Massey University.
Students from these countries applying for a PhD at Massey University will be automatically assessed for the 24-week tuition fee scholarship once they are approved in principle for their PhD. Please download the English Language Award document for terms and conditions of the awards.
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Last updated on Wednesday 22 May 2013