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Job Club with LSNZ in Queenstown

Learn English in New Zealand’s adventure centre

Language Schools New Zealand – Queenstown sits by the charming Lake Wakatipu. Learn English while you enjoy the nature and adventure activities in the mountains, rivers and forests around Queenstown.

Language School New Zealand Job Club is a support service to help* working holiday visa holders prepare for and find jobs.

Membership costs NZ$ 250

The membership includes:

  • Support to help* members find jobs so that they can help pay the cost of their study and stay in New Zealand; 
  • Discussion on what type of jobs are possible locally and showing members where jobs are most commonly advertised and how to apply for them. 
  • Help in preparing a CV (Resume) and cover letter in English, plus printing copies for job applications. 
  • Learning and practising Interview techniques in English and club meetings with LSNZ Staff every two weeks on a selected afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30pm. 
  • Extra advice and assistance whenever needed.

*IMPORTANT: Please note we DO NOT find the job for the student. They need to do this for themselves. However the support given helps

Special Offer!!

NZ$ 3,990 14 weeks+ Special Package 

NZ$ 285/week 14 – 23 weeks

NZ$ 275/week 24 weeks+

AND YOU GET A FREE Job Club Membership!! (normally 0)


  • Only available for student visa holders*
  • For bookings received and paid in full by 31st March 2014
  • Students must arrive by the end of 2014
  • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or packages
  • Registration and other fees are not included in this package

Please note: Student Visa applications received by INZ before 13th January 2014 may need to apply for a VOC (Variation of Conditions) to be able to access the work rights.


Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s top visitor destinations and if you come to the region you’ll understand why. The town sits on the shore of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu among dramatic mountain ranges.

The lake and mountain landscape make Queenstown suited to all kinds of adventures – especially during winter. Known for its spectacular skiing and snowboarding; the region turns into a winter sports paradise from May to August. 

Activities such as bungy jumping, sky diving, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking and river rafting all year round. If hardcore adventure isn't your thing, there are plenty of mellow options available. Experience one of the many walking & hiking trails, sightseeing tours or indulge yourself with spa treatments, boutique shopping and excellent food and wine.

Head out of Queenstown and the drama of the Central Otago landscape unfolds around you. If you’re a Lord of the Rings fan you’ll recognize many of the locations of Middle-earth here. Twenty minutes from Queenstown, Arrowtown’s gold-mining history is alive and vibrant. Visit the Lakes District Museum or go gold panning. Forty minutes from Queenstown at the northern tip of Lake Wakatipu is rural Glenorchy and Paradise Valley. From here it’s a short drive into the Mt Aspiring National Park and the start of some of New Zealand’s great walks.

Shaped like a lightning bolt, Lake Wakatipu is the third largest lake in New Zealand. The Dart River flows into its northern end; the Kawarau River, beginning near Queenstown, handles its outflow. The lake occupies a single, glacier-carved trench and is bordered on all sides by tall mountains, the highest of which is Mount Earnslaw (2819 metres). Settlements around the lake shore include Queenstown and the villages of Kingston, Glenorchy and Kinloch.

Because of its unusual shape, Lake Wakatipu has a 'tide' (more correctly, an unusually large seiche or "standing wave"), which causes the water to rise and fall about 10 centimetres every 25 minutes or so. Maori legend links this phenomenon to the heartbeat of a huge monster named Matau, who is said to be slumbering at the bottom of the lake.