Diploma in Modern Languages (Chinese)

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Diploma in Modern Languages (Chinese)

  • Study mode
    The Diploma in Modern Languages (Chinese) is studied on campus.
  • Program rating
    By studying a language in conjunction with an undergraduate degree, students are increasing their knowledge and enhancing their qualification. The language will be studied during a period of 3 years in a sequence with the other subjects and generally add an extra year to the length of an undergraduate degree.
  • Aimed at
    The Diploma in Modern Languages in Chinese is aimed at students who are studying an undergraduate degree at the same time and are looking to enhance their studies.
  • Employability
    Graduates of the University of Melbourne who have studied a range of different disciplines in their Arts degree find many careers open them after graduating. People work in areas from communications to cultural services and education to name a few.
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  • Entry requirements
    Students who are currently enrolled in a non-New Generation undergraduate degree course at the University of Melbourne.
  • Academic title
    Diploma in Modern Languages (Chinese)
  • Course description
    The Diploma in Modern Languages (DML) enables students to gain a diploma in language study while completing an undergraduate degree at the University of Melbourne. The diploma consists of a three-year sequence of first-, second- and third-year language study and adds one year to the duration of your degree course. You take language subjects alongside your degree subjects in an integrated sequence. The diploma will only be awarded on the completion of your degree course. Students who do not commence the Diploma concurrently with the first year of their degree studies may not be able to complete the Diploma at the same time as the degree. Students enrolled in the DML must complete the course before, or at the same time as their concurrent degree.

    Students wishing to undertake an honours or postgraduate diploma program on completion of the DML (100 points) should note that they are required to complete the equivalent of a BA language major (112.5 points) before being eligible for entry to a fourth year level program.

    Diploma graduates with the equivalent of a BA language major must have completed a BA degree to be eligible to apply for the BA (Honours), otherwise they may apply to enter the postgraduate diploma.

    It is the student's responsibility to ensure that s/he meets the requirements of the Diploma by enrolling in the correct number of subjects at the appropriate year level and within the rules outlined for the relevant language stream of the DML.
    The DML (Chinese) is offered in the beginners, post-VCE, and Chinese background streams. Chinese subjects are taken alongside degree subjects in an integrated sequence of study. This must be approved by a home faculty student adviser. All students are required to attend an interview and/or placement test to determine subject enrolment (see above).

    Students wishing to undertake Chinese language study as part of an exchange program may credit their studies towards the DML. However, such students should contact the Chinese Language Program Convenor in their first year of study to ensure that their study plan can accommodate exchange study in their DML.
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    Beginners Stream

    The beginners stream is for students who have little or no knowledge of Chinese. It is available to students at both first and second year, although students intending to complete a major will need to commence their language study in their first year.

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