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UTS: International Studies offer Language and Culture programs in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. Students study a language other than English, not only to gain a communication tool, but also to gain an understanding of another culture and society. By enrolling in a Language and Culture program all UTS Students can increase their international and intercultural skills.
Language and Culture subjects admit students at different levels and are able to meet various levels of linguistic competence in order to enhance each student's communicative ability. Usually, previous study of a language(s) does not give exemptions for subjects in Language and Culture programs.
Can access Language and Culture subjects in one of the following ways:
- as part of an:
- as a sub-major within a degree where this option is available,
- as elective subjects in any other UTS degree, with faculty approval and subject to availability, or
- as non-award subjects - UTS students who wish to engage in Language and Culture studies at UTS, but not for credit to a degree, are admitted as fee-paying, non-award students with faculty approval and subject to availability.
For UTS students, enrolment procedures for Language and Culture subjects vary depending on the type of study.
In some instances, and with approval from relevant major coordinators, students in the combined degree in international studies may take higher level language and culture subjects at other universities through concurrent study arrangements. Students need to plan ahead and check the deadline for when cross-institutional applications close at the other university.
Can enrol in Language and Culture subjects as cross-institutional study.