School of Languages and Cultures

School of Languages and Cultures

The School of Languages and Cultures offers undergraduate, honours and postgraduate studies in a range of Asian and European languages, literatures and cultures.

The subjects taught in the School include Asian Studies, Chinese, European Studies, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Modern Language Studies and Spanish and Latin American Studies.

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20 May 2015 Vacancies in the School of Languages and Cultures
Japanese Tutoring Position – Trimester 2, 2015The School of Languages and Cultures invites suitable applications… Read more
8 May 2015 Entrenchments 2015: the exhibition launch
A month of translating conflict into art culminated in the launch of an exhibition of… Read more
8 May 2015 International Partnership signed with the Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie
A new International Partnership has been signed with the Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie in Noumea… Read more

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Welcome from the Head of School - Dr Sarah (Sally) Hill

Sally Hill欢迎, bienvenue, willkommen, selamat datang, benvenuti, 歓迎, ようこそ, 환영합니다, bienvenidos, hoan-gêng, haere mai and welcome to the School of Languages and Cultures. (SLC).

As part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, we contribute to a strong and vibrant Humanities programme at Victoria University.
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Victoria appoints its first Professor of Spanish

Professor of SpanishVictoria University has appointed its first Professor of Spanish, Sarah Leggott. Read more »

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PhD in Literary Translation Studies

Congratulations to Loveday Kempthorne who will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy for her thesis “Relations between Modern Mathematics and Poetry: Czesław Miłosz; Zbigniew Herbert; Ion Barbu/Dan Barbilian.”. Read more ...

International Partnership signed with the Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie

New CaledoniaA new International Partnership has been signed with the Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie in Noumea. Read more ...