Selwyn College

All year round

Selwyn offers short courses to educate, inspire, upskill, entertain, and exercise

Their 200+ tutors are experienced, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and friendly. Most have teaching qualifications and many are experts in their fields. Their language teachers are all native speakers. They schedule more than 700 courses each year and offer a series of evening lectures called ‘Think Talks’ which are held approximately once every four weeks (suggested donation $5). The majority of courses are run on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings but there are also a smaller number of day-time classes, and they run weekend programmes about ten times per year. They also run some children’s after-school and holiday courses. They look forward to welcoming you to their programme.



For more info visit:

Selwyn College


203-243 Kohimarama Road


09 521 9623



Wheelchair access and accessible bathrooms

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