All our courses are available online
We offer fun and stimulating language courses for adults, children and teenagers — from absolute beginners through to conversational level.
We are passionate about sharing language and culture with you, so we organise many language workshops and cultural events throughout the year. Our students enjoy our very popular foreign language movie nights, cooking classes, captivating talks and children’s story time.
We have introduced some exciting new programs for students:
IELTS Test: We have a dedicated tutor offering lessons to prepare for the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) proficiency test.
Dothegap: We are a sponsor for Dothegap in Melbourne. We have in common the belief that exchange cultures enrich our lives. Dothegap is the international community that makes it easy to organise family-to-family cultural exchanges, anywhere in the world, at any time of the year.
Lessons are available from 9 am to 9 pm Monday to Friday, and Saturdays for Workshops.
Best of all, you can join any of our group courses, private tuition lessons and conversation classes from anywhere in Australia.
Why study languages?
There are so many reasons why you might want to learn a new language—to travel, to immerse yourself in an intellectual hobby, or for new business opportunities.
Language learning broadens your horizons, changes your view of the world, and can even improve your knowledge of English grammar. But, that’s not all.
Learning a new skill and meeting people with common interests can improve your mental health. It exercises your cognitive abilities to deal with new levels of complexity, improves your memory, ability to focus, multitask, and has even been shown to delay dementia in adults. But the benefits of language learning are not limited to adults. There are lifelong benefits for children too.
Learning another language can help develop essential areas of children's brains to solve problems more easily. It can strengthen their memory, and ability to focus. It also exposes children to other cultures, promoting respect and understanding, and may assist with employment opportunities in the future.