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  • A plane flying high among the clouds.

    Prime Minister's Scholarship awards

    Victoria University of Wellington students are heading to study or research opportunities in Latin America and Asia, thanks to Prime Minister's Scholarships.

  • A wooden door with an open sign on it.

    Tutor applications open

    The School of Languages and Cultures are currently looking for tutors in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish for 2018.  Could it be you?

  • Book cover of Zero Distance, by Liang Yujing

    Publication success for bilingual poet and translator

    Liang Yujing, a PhD student with the School of Languages and Cultures, has been widely published in journals and magazines the world over, but this year has also welcomed his first book of solo translation from Chinese to English.

  • A gathering of staff and students of the School of Languages and Cultures writing in Persian calligraphy.

    An Evening in Persia

    On Thursday 2 November, The New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation (Te Tumu Whakawhiti Tuhinga o Aotearoa) held its third (and the last) gathering of the year with the event ‘An Evening in Persian Literature and Calligraphy’.

  • A group of students and staff from the School of Languages and Cultures with awards from the Argentinian Ambassador.

    Students acknowledged by the Embajada Argentina

    On 27 October, Spanish staff and students of the School of Languages and Cultures attended an informal and warm reception hosted by His Excellency Mr. López Crozet at the Official Residence.