We are not going to ask you to complete a test or provide us with scores, but we do ask that you have a minimum level of English that means you can have an interview, write emails and also give realistic feedback about whether you can complete projects that companies ask you to do as part of your placement. Your English will improve during your work experience, but as the projects and tasks that you are asked to do will be in English, companies do not want to have to re-write something before it is ready to use.
For our international candidates where English is not a first language, it is important to have a medium-high level during your internship. While you will have lots of opportunity to practice your English in everyday life in New Zealand, it might be wise to complete an English Language Course upon arrival. Such a course will “fast track” your progress and get you to a level where you are confident.
As a candidate of our program, we have negotiated for a 15% discount on the entire fee of your English Language Course.