French is widely spoken and studied around the world. You too can learn to speak French like a native.
Vietnamese is one of Asia's and Australia's biggest languages. It is the official language for Vietnam's 90m. residents, while Australia has its own large Vietnamese community. If you are interested in learning an Asian language, then Vietnamese may be for you.
Korean is a real language of contrasts. It is the language of South Korea with its vibrant economy and powerhouse pop culture. It is also spoken in North Korea, the world's most totalitarian and isolated country. Korean also has its own writing system.
Russian is a language of great history, power and reach. It is spoken all the way from Eastern Europe across Siberia to Alaska in North America. You can travel far with Russian.
Mandarin Chinese is the world's biggest first language. It's also the official language of China, with more than 1.35 billion inhabitants. You can learn Chinese too.
Indonesian is the official language of Indonesia, our biggest neighbour. It's also easy to learn.
Japanese is the language of manga, anime and sushi - and the mother tongue of more than a hundred million Japanese. You can learn to speak Japanese like the Japanese.
Arabic is the first language of the Middle East and North Africa. It also has its own writing system, as well as a strong pop culture.
Malaysian is the official language of Malaysia. It is also closely related to Indonesian.
Hindi is written in Devanagari script and is the first language of Bollywood. You too can learn to speak Hindi in Melbourne.
German is the first language of Germany, Europe's economic powerhouse. It's also widely spoken in other countries. You too can learn to speak German like the Germans and millions more.
Spanish is one of the world's most widely spoken languages - in Spain and through most of Latin America. It's also easy to learn.
Italian is the language of love and it's also widely spoken in Australia.
Languages taught through Community Languages Schools
Victoria Community Languages Schools provide quality languages educational and cultural maintenance programs to over 36,000 students in a range of 48 languages in Victoria They are complementary providers of language education in mainstream schools.