Centres and institutes
The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies is home to three centres and institutes dedicated to research in these two areas.
English Language Institute
Offering widely respected English language courses, including the English Proficiency Programme (EPP), English Language Training for Officials (ELTO), and Workplace Communication for Skilled Migrants (the Skilled Migrant Programme).
Deaf Studies Research Unit
The Deaf Studies Research Unit (DSRU) was established in 1995 with the goal of conducting research on topics relating to Deaf people and their language in New Zealand.
The Language in the Workplace Project
A world-leading research project focused on the study of naturalistic interactions across a wide range of workplaces.
The New Zealand Dictionary Centre
A focal point nationally and internationally for New Zealand lexicography, founded in 1997.