Facts & figures
- #1 in Australia
- #26 in the world
- 2018 QS World University Rankings
Facts & figures
Placing first in Australia and 26th in the world for modern languages,* we lead the country in the research and teaching of languages and cultures. Our language offerings include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew (Classical and Modern), Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Modern Greek, Sanskrit and Spanish. We also offer study options in Asian Studies, Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies, European Studies, and International Comparative Literature and Translation Studies.
With Australia’s growing diversity, we equip our students with cultural and linguistic competency and enable them to become successful and responsible citizens of the country and of our interconnected world.
For students who haven't had the opportunity to learn a new language, we offer the largest study in-country program at the University. Undergraduate students can go on global study adventures to nine destinations through our Open Learning Environment (OLE) In-Country Study units and learn about a culture and its language first-hand.
*2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject
Co-convened with the Peking University Australian Studies Centre and the World Literature Association, the School of Languages and Cultures is proud to host the third international congress of the World Literature Association.
This international conference will engage with literary production on and from the Global South in their own languages as well as in translation.
Visit the School events calendar to see our full listing of upcoming events.
When: 13 March, 5pm
Where: Foyer, Social Sciences Building A02
The School of Languages and Cultures invites all our new students to a special welcome evening.
Hear from staff and students about degree and career pathways, student experience, exchange and overseas study, Open Learning Environment (OLE) offerings, as well as scholarships and prizes.
Student registration is compulsory — RSVP by Friday, 8 March.