Hobart is a small, safe city with a population of 200.000 people with a low cost of living. Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania, the island state of Australia. It is a perfect destination for students who want to enjoy an authentic Australian city with access to World Heritage listed National Parks, beautiful wild beaches and spectacular alpine mountain areas. There are not too many foreign students.
Seriously, Tasmania is one of The Language House’s favourite destinations. Our director Garry Littman worked as a fisherman in Tasmania many years ago. It does get a bit cold and wet in winter. It is here that you find the Tasmanian Devil . Be careful. The male devil is as aggressive as his cartoon character. Kangaroos and wallabies are everywhere in Tasmania.
The Tasmanian College of English offers students an intimate English language learning experience. It is located in a beautiful three storey mansion and surrounded by large private gardens. In the summer students have ‘garden classrooms’.
SACE Hobart has an excellent worldwide reputation for providing quality English language programmes. Courses also include preparation for the FCE Cambridge exam, work experience and English & volunteering.
- City centre
- Close to the restaurants, shops and transport. Beautiful school building
- Apartments and studios
- General English
- Cambridge exam FCE
- IELTS exam preparation
- English for Tertiary Studies
- English for Seniors
- English plus job placement, work experience and internships
- Teacher Training
- Private tuition
- General English: 30, 25, 20 or 17 hours per week
- Max class size: 16 students
- Average class size: 10-12 students
- School size: small 65 students
- 6 classrooms
- Computer and Wi-Fi
- After school study club
- Job club
- Volunteer work
- Work experience
Something to think about
SACE schools offer students the possibility to study in two or three different destinations. You can combine the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne with the wild forests of Tasmania, the festivals of Adelaide and sailing and the Great Barrier Reef in the tropical Whitsundays (Airlie Beach)—It’s all possible. Call The Language House and we will explain how it works.