Teach English in New Zealand


New Zealand's mythical landscape, used as the backdrop for much of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, imbues an adventurous lifestyle of white water rafting, bungee jumping and other adrenaline-inducing activities. Small in size but big on variety, its North Island is home to Volcanoes, sandy beaches and farmland, while the South Island boasts glaciers, fjords and snow-capped peaks.

It covers all bases from ski resorts to cosmopolitan cities through to areas rich in Maori and Pacific Islands heritage. A passion for the outdoors and a love of Rugby Union unifies the country's large European-descended population and indigenous Maori groups.

  • Beautiful country
  • So much to see and do – there’s something for everyone
  • Lots of job opportunities
  • The chance to teach many varied nationalities
  • Amazing wildlife

Things you might not know about Teaching English in New Zealand

  • New Zealand has its fair share of bizarre wildlife – with the strange-looking kiwi bird, the world’s largest flightless parrot, the world’s largest earthworms and its oldest reptile!
  • Almost a quarter of the population was born overseas.
  • New Zealand’s Ninety-Mile Beach is, in fact, only 65 miles long!
  • The kiwifruit was originally imported from China, and used to be known as the Chinese gooseberry!