Experience a wide range of US-focused units and benefit from the expertise of Australia's largest group of academics working on the United States. Informed by our dedicated United States Studies Centre, American Studies offers unique perspectives on history, culture, society and politics.
In the Asian Century, the task of understanding this region is of vital importance. Asian Studies will help you develop a critical insight into the world of Asia by exploring the most important cultural, historical, social and political trends and issues in relation to China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and South Asia.
Celtic Studies focuses on the study of language, history and culture of the Celtic-speaking peoples, from prehistory to the present. Develop skills and knowledge in a subject that is highly significant to European and Australian cultural heritage.
Celtic Studies offers a wide choice of topics for research, ranging from the early history of the Celts in Europe to the present situation of the Celtic languages in the British Isles, Brittany and beyond. The research can focus on a number of disciplinary aspects, including language and linguistics, archaeology, history, literature and folklore as well as music.
Europe comprises 10 per cent of the world's population and is one of the world's largest economies. Multidisciplinary in outlook, we examine aspects of European life, including economics, politics and the social sciences.
Learning about other countries and cultures and the relationships between them and the wider world will open doors to overseas jobs and the chance to travel. Regional studies will prepare you to work in a range of areas that use your critical thinking and analysis skills, you may wish to work in international organisations or for government or media outlets.