Thursday, 14 February 2013 09:04
In 2012 ACG City Campus entered eight students in the New Zealand
Friday, 19 October 2012 15:48
New Zealand CETA Economics Pursuits Competition 2012
Each year the New Zealand Commerce and Economics Teachers Association hosts a quiz night for senior economics students. Teams from a range of Auckland schools compete, answering questions ranging from academic to fun. They also participate in interesting activities between the rounds, which create a more relaxed environment to the competition. The competition provides the opportunity for international ACG students to meet with New Zealand students and have fun together.
This year’s ACG City Campus team was: (front row: Yoon Kibeak, Diana Eliseeva. Back row: Taro Yasue, Junwei Feng and Yuyao Wang)
Thursday, 19 July 2012 14:16
Wang Jiabao, Xuan Do and Moyuru Fujiwara have achieved outstanding results in recent course tests and examinations. Jiabo, who scored 89% in Elementary and 90% in Advanced Elementary said, "I like the IELTS class. My teacher is very funny and I learn so many new things. My short term goal is to improve my English so that I can study engineering at The University of Auckland and eventually build modern buildings. Although I will earn a lot of money, I will give most of it to charity."
The highlights of Do's English course were "the good teachers and learning about cultures from different countries." Achieving 87% in Elementary, Do is interested in undertaking a clothing design course at AUT University.
Friday, 15 June 2012 11:32
In a new initiative, English School students who have performed well in their course through the progress assessments and the cycle tests have the opportunity to be awarded a Certificate that recognises an equivalence with the ACG English Language Test (ACGELT) level allowing them to move on to their next ACG programme.
Monday, 01 November 2010 09:59
Recently, ACG English School introduced the Record of Learning which if successfully completed allows a student to move from one Academic Level to another.