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Information In English

The English for Missions School 

is created for students to successfully communicate in the English language. Our desire is for students to be equipped and further receive training in missions, minister in English-speaking settings, and be more prepared to fulfill God’s calling on their lives. By the end of this course, you will be able to have an effective conversation with English speakers and be ready for a DTS or another English YWAM course.

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designed especially for improving your conversation skills in English and basic grammar learning with an opportunity to serve in Missions!

Twelve weeks 

  • Class time and assignments to fully immerse you in the language

  • Converse with English speakers outside class hours

  • One-on-one tutoring

  • Connect with local churches

Interactive

  • Develop a better understanding of different cultures as students and staff from around the globe live together community-style!

  • Great way to meet new people and build relationships

Cross-Cultural

  • Field Trips with the class

  • Explore the city- only 20 minutes away!

  • From beaches to mountains, see the beauty New Zealand has to offer

Experience Auckland

  • Worship and intercession every week

  • Opportunity to serve with King's Kids & YWAM Te Ao Marama

  • Community activities to reach our neighborhood with the love of God

  • Go deeper with God & encounter Him in a fresh way. 

Serve in Missions

Costs and Fees

Cost: NZD$ 1700 for the whole 12 weeks.

Includes:

  • Accommodation (2 per room)

  • Laundry (excludes dryer)

  • Cooking facilities (does not include food)

  • Unlimited internet access

  • Student book

  • Transport for the airport, school outings, and church

Food: Buy your own and cook your own.

Allow $500 – $600 for food purchases for the 12 week period.

 

Transport for local food shopping is provided.

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testimony

Eunji Kim
South Korea

 “When I first arrived at EFM, I could only introduce myself in English. But now I feel like I have a greater purpose – getting close to God. I didn’t just learn English but also how to love and help my neighbor. I can do many things now with God like preach the gospel and lead worship. There’s a freedom I didn’t know I had.”