Korean - Term 1, 2021

Korean Language Classes at the Korean Education Centre (KEC)

The Korean Education Centre (KEC) in New Zealand offers Korean language classes for beginners through to advanced at no cost year around. 

Spaces fill up very fast for all levels so if you are keen to start learning Korean from Term 2, please click the link provided below for more information about the programmes and the registration details: http://www.nzkoreanedu.com

Korean calligraphy classes are also available on Tuesdays at no cost. 

For more information, please contact the Korean Education Centre (KEC)

Phone: 09) 303-2625
Email: nzkoreanedu@gmail.com



Press Release – The 75th TOPIK is on Saturday 10 April in Auckland

For more information, please find the attached press release here

Global LYNCs 
(Linking Youths through Net Communications) 

Online Cultural Exchange Opportunity

New Zealand – Korea

Professor Keong Ku (Keimyung University) continues to invite New Zealand schools to participate in her cultural exchange project Global LYNCs (Linking Youths through Net Communications) in 2021.

After the successful introduction in Australia in 2015, the project has also been introduced in New Zealand in 2018. The project has been successfully offering authentic learning opportunities through communication between sister schools in New Zealand and Korea through regular video conference sessions for the past two years. 

The project involves:

  • Matching your class with a class at a partner school in Korea
  • Regular ZOOM videoconferencing sessions in English which you are invited to by email
  • Building strong, sustainable partnerships

Students will grow their:

  • Global awareness and competence
  • Intercultural knowledge, skills and understanding
  • ICT skills
  • Communication skills and collaboration skills

Teacher training and support with resources and technology will be provided.

This project is primarily intended for cultural exchange. Any school (primary, intermediate, or secondary) and teacher can participate. However, there is the possibility of adding a language component to the exchange if the students’ Korean language proficiency allows for it.

If you are interested to join or find out more about the project, please contact
Hyun-Joo Kim, Facilitator – Centre for Languages | Future Learning Solutions hj.kim@auckland.ac.nz