GAELA Members

GAELA Associations represent the best language centres in the following countries.

Follow the links below to find out more about each Association and their member centres.

English New Zealand

Member colleges in: New Zealand
Number of members: 27
Year founded: 1986 (formerly FIELSNZ – Federation of Independent English Language Schools of New Zealand)
Member profile:

English New Zealand is the peak body for the English language sector in New Zealand and represents a group of well-established, quality English language providers located throughout New Zealand.
All members are approved and accredited by NZQA and are signatories to the Code of Practice. In addition, member schools must meet the rigorous English New Zealand Standards.
Our schools vary in size and location, and include specialist private language schools, and state-owned faculties of universities and institutes of tecnology. A wide range of English language coures is offering as well as pathways.
Each year English New Zealand co-ordinates offshore workshops for members in a number of offshore countries. Our relationships with study abroad agencies are very important and we want to ensure that students choosing New Zealand will have the best possible experience at an English New Zealand school.

Special features:

English New Zealand Standards – all members must meet these rigorous quality assurance standards in addition to the government regulatory requirements of NZQA and the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students

Code of Conduct – the English New Zealand Code of Conduct promotes high professional and ethical standards in the work of member schools.

Complaints procedure – English New Zealand will investigate any complaints made against a member school.

Contact details:

T: +64 3 386 1222
F: +64 3 386 1225

P.O. Box 35283, Christchurch 8640, New Zealand

GAELA Stakeholders

GAELA meetings are also attended by other stakeholders who have an interest in supporting GAELA’s aims.

Follow the links below to find out more about these organisations.

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