Comments about Diploma in Languages (Greek Studies) - On Campus - Kensington - New South Wales
The Diploma in Languages requires a program of 48 units of credit in a language and related courses as approved by the School of Languages and Linguistics. It may be taken concurrently with another degree program, and offers an ideal opportunity to acquire an additional language for professional purposes. Program Objectives and Learning Outcomes The Diploma in Languages allows students to undertake a major from the languages and related studies offered by the School of Languages and Linguistics, without having to enrol in a full BA degree. Languages offered are Chinese, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean and Hispanic Studies.
To be eligibile to enrol in the Diploma program, students must already hold a tertiary degree or currently be enrolled in a degree program at UNSW.
Diploma in Languages (Greek Studies)
The basic requirements for the award of the Diploma in Languages are:
1. Over a period of usually six semesters of study, 48 units of credit in language or related courses offered within the UNSW Bachelor of Arts (program 3403) as approved by the School of Languages and Linguistics.
1. To qualify for the award of the Diploma in Languages, students must complete, over a period of usually six semesters of study, 48 units of credit in language and related courses offered within the UNSW Bachelor of Arts (program 3403) as approved by the School of Languages and Linguistics. Graduates must have achieved a minimum level of competence in the relevant language equivalent to that attained by students who have completed six semesters of study in a language commencing at Introductory Level.
2. A candidate for the Diploma shall:
(i) have been awarded the Bachelor from the University of New South Wales or another tertiary institution, or
(ii) with the approval of the program authorities concerned, be enrolled concurrently within the University of New South Wales in an undergraduate program of the University of New South Wales which does not offer a major sequence in the language concerned.
The Academic Rules for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Undergraduate programs and the online enrolment facility provide students with a wide range of course choices. The online enrolment facility checks that students meet the enrolment requirements for individual courses but not that a course complies with Program Rules. Students are responsible for ensuring they are enrolling in accordance with the Academic Rules outlined above. Students should not assume that because they have enrolled in a course online that the course is automatically credited to their degree program.
Area(s) of Specialisation
* Chinese Studies
* French Studies
* German Studies
* Greek Studies
* Hispanic Studies
* Indonesian Studies
* Japanese Studies
* Korean Studies
Modern Greek is one of the very important community languages in Australia, as well as a language with a great heritage. Greek Studies aims to provide students with proficiency in spoken and written Modern Greek through practical language work. Greek Studies at UNSW also involves an understanding of the way Greek society has developed through the study of Greek literature, history and culture in addition to language.
Studying Greek at UNSW
Programs in Greek Studies are available for beginners with no knowledge of Greek, intermediate students with basic knowledge of the language, and advanced students with HSC or equivalent knowledge (see the table below for more information about programs). Generally, Modern Greek Studies is taught in small groups and in Greek where possible. Some Modern Greek programs are offered by correspondence or online.
Greek Studies can be studied as
Specialisation At the Level of Plan
Modern Greek Studies Major GREKA13417