NZLC win shines world spotlight on New Zealand once again !
The NZLC team is proud to have been chosen as the winner of the ST Star English Language School Award - Southern Hemisphere for the third consecutive year !
The Study Travel ( ST ) Star Awards have become the signature event to recognise and reward excellence in the international education industry. The awards ceremony was held at a black tie gala event at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London on the 3rd of September in front of approximately 900 industry representatives and delegates from Europe, Asia, South America and beyond.
place over several months, with agencies voting for education providers and
providers voting for their preferred agency partners, nominating organisations
for excellence in their business performance.
This year New Zealand Language Centres
Ltd ( NZLC ) was the only New Zealand English Language School nominated for an
award and the sole New Zealand winner !
NZLC Co-director Miles Stewart says: “We
knew we were on the right track with NZLC when so many of the organisations
that chose to work with us were nominees, winners and Study Travel Superstars
themselves - and when organisations such as these recognise what our business
means to their already successful businesses and whose votes propel NZLC to a
win for the third consecutive year, it truly is a humbling experience for us.”
NZLC is one of the largest English
language schools in New Zealand, is an NZQA Category 1 school and a member of
English New Zealand.
Stewart goes on to say, “ we are thrilled
to have been shortlisted for this award for four years in a row, with wins in
2014, 2015 and 2016. This year’s win takes us one step further to achieving our
goal of being the world’s best English language provider, right here in New
Zealand ! This win confirms that New Zealand based providers can compete and
succeed on a global scale. It’s a great win for NZLC and for New Zealand, as
our success will continue to keep the spotlight on New Zealand as a fantastic destination
for international students.”
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