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23 • 08 • 2018
ACG Education

Study tour a showcase of Kiwi life

A group of international students loved experiencing life as a Kiwi during their once-in-a-lifetime four-week study tour.

Some students attended ACG Strathallan, a world-class school in Karaka, south of Auckland, known for its top academic programme and range of extracurricular opportunities.

The school’s 14.5 hectare campus on the Hingaia Pensinsula showcased the best of New Zealand’s rural scenery.

Others went to ACG Parnell College, an urban school, situated beside Auckland’s stunning Domain.

Kiwi homestay families offered the students friendly hospitality.

Some of New Zealand’s most famous tourist attractions featured on the itinerary, including Hobbiton, Waitomo Caves, Auckland War Memorial Museum and a weekend trip to Rotorua.

For the students who haven’t had enough of Kiwi life, they are now eligible for a $2,000 tuition fee scholarship if they enrol in a one-year programme of study at ACG from Years 9-13 in 2018 and 2019.

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