Wellington
Wellington
Wellington
Wellington

Study abroad in Wellington

Vivacious, interesting and energetic, yet still relatively undiscovered. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, located on the southern tip of the North Island, is a secret waiting to be discovered during your stay taking a language course.

Wellington is not only the country’s political capital, but also the center of New Zealand's film and theater industry. The southernmost capital of the world is well known for having one of the highest densities of cozy cafes, a wide variety of restaurants and bars featuring live music. What better way to learn the language than in a destination like this?

The port of Wellington is also the departure point for the ferry to the South Island. The harsh and windy climate of the southern tip of the island has earned the city the name "Windy Wellington", but the weather should not scare anyone away from wanting to take a memorable trip to take a language course here!  

Facts

Population450,000
LocationNorth Island, Cook Strait
Climatetemperate/ oceanic

Language schools in Wellington

Student at the school entrance

This prestigious school owes its name to the talented and well respected New Zealand professor Alyerd Campbell Brown, whom during the 1940s was at the forefront of education in New Zealand and Australia. The Campbell Institute continues his legacy of quality education paired with personalized assistance. The institute is run by dedicated staff. The three directors who started The Campbell Institut

Further details

Wellington - Travel Guide

Climate in Wellington

Wellington - Pictures


Language courses abroad in

Yalea Languages - Language courses abroad