The Diploma of Languages prepares students for a world that is growing increasingly bilingual and international in the twenty-first century. You will be guided through a language learning journey that will expose you to the written, oral, and cultural aspects of the languages you have chosen.
You can study a wide selection of languages, many of which are not available at any other university in Australia.
What you will Study
The Diploma of Languages can be combined with other ANU programs. Existing ANU students who apply to this program will be stating their intention to complete the Diploma of Languages and another ANU program at the same time, and will require clearance from their current college.
You can get the diploma by completing an advanced minor (4 courses) in one language, a second minor (4 courses) in another language, or four other language-related courses from the Program Requirements list.
Here, you can also learn such as-
Burmese, Chinese, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Mongolian, Persian, Russian, Sanskrit, Spanish, Tetum, Thai, Vietnamese
This credential is for you if you want to work for organizations or enterprises that interact with non-English speaking countries, or if you want to work in a government position that incorporates foreign aid, or if you want to work in a non-English speaking country after graduation.
Graduates may be able to work in fields like international relations, diplomacy, trade, national security and strategy, translation, language education, tourism, development, and many more.
Effectively and confidently communicate in the primary language studied.
Identify the main language being studied structure and applications
To demonstrate understanding of the main language's communities and cultures, as well as its socio-historical context.
Make a diagram that shows the connections between the primary language being studied and its geographical, social, and cultural roots.
to recognize the importance of intercultural dialogue.
This degree is for you if you want to work for non-English speaking organizations or corporations, or in a government position focusing on foreign affairs and commerce, or if you want to work in a non-English speaking country after graduation. Diploma of Languages graduates may find work in international relations, diplomacy, trade, national security and strategy, translation, language education, tourism, development, and a variety of other fields.
Part-time study will be required to finish the Diploma in three to four years. Full-time completion is possible in some cases if students have the required language proficiency when they begin.
Graduates from ANU have been recognized as among the most employable in Australia and among the most sought after by employers worldwide.
In the Times Higher Education's Global Employability University Ranking, ANU was voted Australia's best university for finding a job for the fourth year in a row.