Future Students

At the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, we teach a variety of languages, literary texts and cultures, and we conduct research into the authors, writings and societies that use these languages and literary forms and are shaped by them. Students who study with us acquire and develop a range of skills – speaking, listening and understanding, reading and writing other languages, as well as English literary criticism, scholarship and creative writing. But our students receive much more than that. They gain access to the worlds of culture, new languages and new writings.

There are more than 6800 languages in the world today. At Monash University we teach twelve of them: four Asian (Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese and Korean), seven European (Catalan, French, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Spanish and Ukrainian) as well as English as an International Language. We also offer courses and a major in Literary Studies (taught in English) with streams in Literatures in English, Creative Writing, and International Literatures.

Our students receive an opportunity to participate, with their teachers, in the pursuit of knowledge about particular languages, literatures and cultures, and about linguistics, literature and culture in general.

Areas of Study

The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics offers undergraduate study opportunities in the following areas of study:

 

  • 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 ... Read more
  • The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics offers a wide range of research and coursework programs. Some are offered within particular programs of the School ... Read more
  • The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics eEducation Committee aims to provide a showcase series of hands-on workshops, brainstorming sessions, and practical seminars, with ... Read more
  • German 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 ... Read more
  • Sacha 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 ... Read more