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Language Courses in Brisbane

Brisbane is one of Australia’s best places to live, with its vibrant cultural landscape and fast-growing economy. It is also one of the nation’s most multiethnic hubs: half of the population of the sunshine capital of Australia was born overseas, as recorded by the 2016 census. So, no matter where you are from, you will surely feel at home. They city’s immigrants have settled in different suburbs around the city, creating their own businesses, cultural associations and even newspapers. For example, the Vietnamese community is the most concentrated of the whole country and is more populous than the Chinese equivalent. Other ethnic groups that have decided to make Brisbane their home are the Filipinos, Spanish, Indians, Pakistanis and Koreans. Each has its own cultural treasures and festivals waiting to be explored, or you can experience them all at once by attending the annual Queensland Multicultural Week and enjoy a diverse festival of food, music, arts, crafts and dance from more than 70 countries.

With such a vast array of foreign tongues and traditions available, learning a foreign language in Brisbane can help you connect with these communities on a whole new level, while allowing you to explore their cultures in a deeper way as well. Enhance these multicultural experiences with a knowledge of other languages. Contact us to study a language in Brisbane today! At Language Trainers, we focus on your convenience, so we will adapt your course to suit your needs and requirements.

Where to Study Foreign Languages in Brisbane: Brisbane is home to world-class educational institutions and universities where you can study a language or languages to degree level. For example, Griffith University offer courses in Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Spanish, French, German, Korean, Indonesian, Modern Greek and Russian. Also, you can study 12 different languages at the University of Queensland, which also offers studies in linguistics, translation and interpreting. By pursuing these courses, you will develop not only language competency but also cultural awareness to become a more aware global citizen. Please consider that you will need at least an intermediate level of your desired language to get started, so contact us at Language Trainers and we will help you prepare for this fantastic opportunity. However, if you are not interested in studying at university level, but would like to obtain a formal certificate as proof of your language proficiency by passing an internationally accredited exam, like Goethe-Zertifikat if you are studying German, then you can take in the Goethe Institut on Ocean Street. Again, we can help make sure you pass; just ask us about our Exam Preparation course.

Where to Practise Foreign Languages in Brisbane: If you want to become proficient in your desired language in a short time, there is no better way than to learn with a professional instructor and a personalised course from Language Trainers. But your learning process does not have to end when you leave the classroom. On the contrary, it is important to practise in real-life scenarios to acquire fluency and feel more at ease when speaking in a foreign language. Luckily for you, you won’t run out of opportunities to practise in Brisbane. For example, if you are looking to build your confidence and develop your accent, you should definitely join the Brisbane Multilanguage & Cultural Exchange, a group attended by native speakers from France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, South Africa, Korea and more. Come along and put into practice everything you learn in your course with us at Language Trainers. Plus, most of these meetings are held in traditional restaurants and bars around the city, so you will be able to taste delicious foreign foods while you learn. Another option is to attend the Brisbane World United Meetup, a language exchange group that hosts events every Monday. There, you will meet people from all over the world to talk about global events and topics in different languages. Whichever meet-up you choose, you will feel more prepared and confident using your new language skills in a very short time!  

Language Jobs in Brisbane: Learning a new language in Brisbane can do more than help you make new friends or go back to school. Today, the economy of Brisbane consists of several key industries, including retail and digital innovation services, which, in 2019 alone, exported more than $1.5 million to Asia, especially China and Japan. Increasingly, Brisbane's top local companies are looking beyond Australian markets for growth and are becoming world players, like Diamondport and Metrocity Realty. So, they need bilingual employees who can take care of their business operations abroad. In other words, start learning Mandarin, Japanese, Korean and other foreign languages to give your career the boost it needs. Enrol in a language course today and increase your chances of finding a new dream job at home or abroad! Meanwhile, if you have your own business and would like to expand it overseas, you can get in touch with the many chambers of commerce based in the city. For example, you can find the Chambers of the Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Korean and Spanish who strive to provide entrepreneurs and professionals with useful resources, networking opportunities and information to establish their businesses in their respective countries.

Language to Explore New Cultures in Brisbane: Learning a language is also very useful to explore new cultures and deepen your knowledge about other nations’ traditions. And Brisbane, being a multicultural melting pot, is a great place to experience numerous foreign cultures without ever leaving Australia. The city’s diverse and inclusive community is reflected in its calendar of events and festivals held throughout the year. For example, if you are studying Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese or Korean, you can experience all things Asian at the annual BrisAsia Festival. There, you will find live music and performances, martial arts lessons and even kite-making and lantern workshops. Or, in case you are more interested in Hispanic languages and cultures, you can attend the very popular Spanish Film Festival. Discover stories and talent from Latin America and Spain while enjoying the best cinema you can think of in its original language! Regardless of the course you are taking, Brisbane has something for everyone. Just check out Visit Brisbane’s website to get up-to-date with all the multicultural events that take place in the city throughout the year.

Start a foreign language course today and become more aware of cultural similarities and differences, broaden your professional horizons and make new friends around the city. No matter how challenging the language you choose or how busy your schedule, Language Trainers can help you achieve your learning objectives in a short time and in an effortless way. Just reach out to us and one of our native-speaking tutors will come to your home, office or a public place. Some locations where you can take your lessons around Brisbane are the Brisbane Square Library on George Street, Marchetti Cafe on Edward Street or Coffee Anthology on Margaret Street.

Would you like to book a course with us but are not living in downtown Brisbane? Don’t worry, we have excellent teachers based all around the country and in places like Chermside, Aspley, Wynnum, Carindale and Capalaba. Just contact us and we will come to you!

You can study languages with us even if you have little or no experience. But if you do know some of the language already, please take one of our language Level Tests. With your results, we can understand your current skills and then design a course that suits your abilities!

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