How can I study a language at Monash?There are several ways in which you can study language units (subjects) at Monash: as part of an undergraduate diploma or degree, as part of a graduate program, as part of a cross-institutional degree program, or as a single unit.
Diploma in LanguagesThe Diploma in Languages is an extra undergraduate qualification that can be taken while studying another degree. Languages offered are Chinese, Classical (Greek, Latin), French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Ukrainian.
Undergraduate StudyThe School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics offers undergraduate study opportunities in the 16 areas of study.
HonoursHonours offers you a challenging and rewarding year of study in which you gain the opportunity to conduct research in an area of interest to yo, and opens doors to all kinds of postgraduate study through the subject knowledge and research skills gained.
Graduate ProgramsThe School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics offers a wide range of research and coursework programs.
Some are offered within particular programs of the School while others are available across programs.
Graduate Studies at LCL
How to apply for:
Arts Graduate Coursework programs
Arts Graduate Research programs
Why Study Languages at Monash?In one of its documents the United Nations makes the statement that “genuine multilingualism promotes unity in diversity and international understanding.” Knowing other languages is a way of respecting other peoples and cultures and being a good citizen of our many-cultured world.
What Do We Do in the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics?
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LCL eEducationThe School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics eEducation Committee aims to provide a showcase series of hands-on workshops, brainstorming sessions, and practical seminars, with the aim of identifying “good” practice and bringing together academic staff and postgraduate researchers working in this area.
Working parties within the group are also running projects that investigate how students utilise ...
Language Students Continue to ExcelGerman Students Succeed in 2010 DAAD Scholarship Round
The German Studies Program is delighted to announce the successful completion of the 2010 DAAD scholarship round.
The German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst – DAAD) has announced that Monash German Studies students have been awarded a total of nine scholarships in the two categories open to undergraduate ...
Graduate ProfilesSacha Cody
Area of Study: Chinese
It’s now 10 years since Sacha’s first Chinese class at Monash and he says “since then my life has taken a very challenging yet absolutely rewarding direction which would not have been possible without my Chinese language background”.
Some of Sacha’s career highlights of the past decade include:
1999 — Studying at Nanjing ...