Level 8, 131 Queen Street, Melbourne. Vic. Australia. 03-9600-1194
http://www.lyceum.com.au/ info@lyceum.com.au
Information
  • Director Rosalba Fogliani, Andrew Wilkinson
  • Established 1991
  • Location Level 8, 131 Queen Street, Melbourne,Vic.
  • Vice principal http://www.lyceum.com.au/
Lyceum Language Centre began in 1991 when Rosalba, who had been teaching Italian since 1979, gathered together a number of small groups of enthusiastic students, and successfully helped them pursue their goals in learning the Italian language. We have a delightful group of teachers and administrative assistants; we have hard working, fun loving, open minded students and therefore a very positive atmosphere in the school. I’m very proud of Lyceum. With us, our students and staff feel at home and well cared for.
We have a delightful group of teachers and administrative assistants; we have hard working, fun loving, open minded students and therefore a very positive atmosphere in the school. I’m very proud of Lyceum. Our courses are thoughtfully planned to meet your needs. All centres are conveniently located and have an excellent atmosphere with great classroom learning environments.
Lyceum Language Centre offers following Courses.

Learn French:
French is our most popular language at Lyceum. As a result we have always been able to offer a full range of classes across our four centres.

Learn Spanish:
Spanish is one of the most sought after languages at Lyceum. As a result we have an extensive range of classes at each level for each centre.

Learn Italian:
Italian was the first language offered at Lyceum, and has remained a popular choice. Our native speaking teachers provide a complete range of levels from Beginners through to Advanced.

Learn Chinese:
Lyceum’s Mandarin Chinese courses are often requested by professionals who need a working knowledge of the language. Other students are drawn to Chinese because it has the largest number of speakers of any language in the world.

Learn German:
Melbourne has a large population of German speakers, which affords you great opportunities to practice the language and learn about the culture.

Learn Japanese:
Lyceum’s Japanese courses are in demand from people who wish to enter the tourist and hospitality industries, while many others wish to learn in order to enrich their travel experiences.

Campus
Lyceum is the name of a garden in Athens where Aristotle taught. Aristotle’s Lyceum, founded in 335BC, was an important early milestone in the development of Western education. The class arrangements were based on small group tuition and, like so many things from the golden age of Athens, it was an innovative approach to teaching and learning.