Did you know you can study one of five concurrent diplomas with your BA? The Diploma of Languages has twelve languages to choose from. No previous knowledge needed!
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A course for motivated and aspiring Indigenous students who have not obtained direct entry into the BA.
An Honours year allows you to deepen the knowledge gained from your BA. You will focus your skills on an exciting piece of original research.
Diploma in Languages
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Why study a Bachelor of Arts?
Bachelor of Arts (Extended)
Develop your creative and critical thinking, and learn from the best. The BA offers a flexible approach to studying the humanities, social sciences and languages.
The BA offers over 30 areas of study. Asian studies, European languages, communications, philosophy and political science are examples of many.
Get more out of your degree by learning a new language or studying abroad. Get hands-on experience through internships and fieldwork.
The BA is a three-year (full-time) course that offers the unique flexibility to choose your major(s) and/or minor. View examples of how you can structure your course.
Our students go on to a variety of careers including media, creative arts, law, education and more! Focus your career through graduate studies or single subjects.
Be on your way to a world-class academic experience whether you are a domestic or international student. Visit the Future Students website to find out how to apply.
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