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Small online group courses

Find all our group courses on our timetable.

Early bird discount $315.00 until the 6th of April.

Small Online Group Classes $250, max. 5 students per class. Click here to find see all classes

You can enrol directly online on our website, on the phone 94172265 or send us an email info@languagecentre.net.au 

Please do not hesitate to call, should you have any further questions about a course or level.

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Testimonials for online classes

I found (to my great surprise) that Zoom was very user friendly and that the audio and video quality was very good. I used my Ipad. Structurally the class worked similarly to a face to face class. Great to be able to enjoy the society of my classmates even if only virtually. Also standards of attire were respectfully maintained (no one appeared in trackie daks or PJ’s as far as I could tell).
Tony Neal(60+ and a notorious Luddite)
Tony Neal, barrister-at-law German C1/C2
German Language Learner at the EMLC

I am thoroughly enjoying learning German at this school. The physical classrooms have been a fantastic learning environment, however it is particularly commendable that during a global pandemic, this small business was able to swiftly take its classes to an online format. It’s comforting that the students’ and teachers’ health and wellbeing is a priority of the school. My personal experience in the virtual classroom was fantastic. The software, Zoom, was easily navigated by everyone in my class, regardless of our diversity in age. Our teacher also did a fantastic job of quickly adapting to this new teaching format and made the physical-to-virtual experience seamless!

Grace Rodriguez, 23, Biomedicine, PHD candidate German A2
German Language Learner at the EMLC

Blog

Have your sights set on Germany? Great! This European country is a beautiful destination for rolling mountains, lush green forests, and some pretty great locals. However, there may be a few cultural points to know before you encounter them. Check out this list of 10 quirks to know before visiting Germany:

10 quirks to know before visiting Germany
10 quirks to know before visiting Germany - https://languagecentre.net.au/10-quirks-to-know-before-visiting-germany/

Have your sights set on Germany? Great! This European country is a beautiful destination for rolling mountains, lush green forests, and some pretty great locals. However, there may be a few cultural points to know before you encounter them. Check out this list of 10 quirks to know before visiting Germany:

10 quirks to know before visiting Germany
10 quirks to know before visiting Germany - https://languagecentre.net.au/10-quirks-to-know-before-visiting-germany/

There are numerous dimensions which learning a second language opens you up to. Although some people restrict themselves to their native language due to some mystical interventions and misconceptions, it does not change the fact that the changing trends in the world demand more than just a native language. Global minds prepare themselves in all ramifications, including necessary language areas. Here are some interesting reasons why learning a second language is perfect for you!

Why learning a language is good for you
Why learning a language is good for you - https://languagecentre.net.au/why-learning-a-language-is-good-for-you/

Why are you learning German?

I started learning German because my boyfriend’s family are from Germany and he speaks German at home. Naturally, I wanted to have some sort of understanding of what’s going on and to be able to understand the culture that is such a big part of his life, so I decided I’d take up German classes! While I now already know the basics of German and have an insight into the culture, I’ve continued learning the language because I find it genuinely enjoyable and challenging.

Interview with Grace – German language learner
Interview with Grace – German language learner - http://languagecentre.net.au/interview-mit-grace-german-language-learner/

Why would you start learning a new language and how would you decide which new language that would be? These are two questions I asked one of our new students who very enthusiastically came into the East Melbourne Language Centre as a student for the first time. Susan had decided that she wanted to start learning French! We are always interested in everyone’s motivations for learning a new language and why in particular they chose the language they did. So, I asked her why she chose French, especially having straight away confessed, nervously, to knowing no words in French aside …

Reasons to learn a new language
Reasons to learn a new language - http://languagecentre.net.au/reasons-to-learn-a-new-language/

What is the easiest language to learn for an English speakers? Many students want to enrol into a language course in Melbourne but can’t decide which language to learn. I have been asked many times “What is the easiest language to learn for an English speaker?” and expect to get one clear answer to this question. They hope to get an answer such as Spanish, French or German is the easiest language to learn. But I had to disappoint them as it depends on lots of different factors. So instead of giving you one answer to this question, I want …

Language Course Melbourne
Language Course Melbourne - http://languagecentre.net.au/language-course-melbourne/