Langports Gold Coast

Langports, a privately-owned ELICOS college, has been established for over 10 years with a campus in Brisbane city and a campus in Surfers Paradise, on the Gold Coast. It is accredited by NEAS (National ELT Accreditation Scheme), is CRICOS-registered by ASQA (Australian Skills Quality Authority), the Australian federal government organisation, for the acceptance of students studying on student visas and is a member of EA (English Australia) and IALC (International Association of Language Colleges).

Langports has, in this relatively short period, built up an excellent reputation as a provider of quality English Language programs and associated services.


  MY TIME AT langports gold coast...

  • Yuri de Souza

    Great place and teachers with the support for the students being exceptional.


    It should have classes on weekends so I can never leave!

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  • Mariana Dos Santos Vila Rubia

    Langports is amazing! The staff is very thoughtful, excellent teachers and an welcoming environment.


    Studying hours is quite demanding, however makes a difference on the learning process.

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  • Aline Pacheco Lima

    Best school without any doubt! Great teachers, materials, structure. Everything! Has several closed courses for those who want to focus on some certificate. They do vary after-school activities and they also have less brazilians than other schools. For a long time I was the only Brazilian in the classroom. Anyway, it's not without reason that they always wins as the best school in Australia!


    It Is more expensive than others, but the investment is worth it.

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  • Pedro da Silva Rondon Junior

    Great school, great teachers, great location!


    Value a little high.

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  • Luciene Francisca Ferraz

    Privileged location, near the tram station and in the center of Surfers Paradise; Staff very thoughtful; Good studying material, Great nationality mix, Very good teachers; Outstanding teaching method that speeds up the student's progress.


    Not a lot of workshops; A lot of time spent on exams to change levels; The extra class activities is a bit expensive considering it is a group activity.

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