In standards and content, courses are comparable to those offered in day school language classes, and follow a standard course design. Our face to face classes for students in Prep-12 are held out of school hours in metropolitan and country/regional Centres of the VSL.
These classes are held mainly on Saturday mornings. Some classes are run on weekday evenings. Check times locally.
The Victorian School of Languages is a government school committed to the provision of language programs for students in Years 1 to 12 who do not have access to the study of those languages in their mainstream schools.
The school’s languages program is delivered through both face-to-face teaching in centres across the state and through distance education mode. The VSL operates within government policies and priorities and is committed.
To assisting the Victorian school system meet the languages participation targets set by the government. Students are drawn from the 3 school sectors. The VSL also caters for International Students and a small number of Adults.
The school is the largest single VCE language provider with over 3,500 VCE students. For many languages of low candidature, the VSL is the only provider through to VCE level.
Punjabi Language course is offered by Victorian School of Languages. In standards and content, courses are comparable to those offered in day school language classes, and follow a standard course design. In standards and content, courses are comparable to those offered in day school language.
Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by 130 million native speakers worldwide, making it the 10th most widely spoken language in the world. It is the native language of the Punjabi people who inhabit the historical Punjab region of Pakistan and India.