Our degrees prepare you to explore how our culture and the ways we communicate enable us to express ourselves, create new things, make sense of our surroundings and connect with each other.
Studying Languages and Culture at Flinders gives you the chance to develop a broad range of skills and knowledge. Whether your interests lie in language, archaeology or tourism and events, you'll gain transferable skills and industry experience that will help you throughout your career and let you explore your passions and the world we live in.
Languages and culture bring ideas to life.
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Explore the possibilities of the world around you
Studying Languages and Culture at Flinders gives you the chance to develop a broad range of skills and knowledge. Whether your interests lie in language, media, archaeology, theology or tourism and events, you’ll gain transferable skills and industry experience that will help you throughout your career and let you explore your passions and the world we live in.
A rewarding career
If you’re fascinated by other cultures and ideas, Flinders’ Languages and Culture degrees will put you on the path to a rewarding and fascinating career. You could travel the world as you work in international tourism, learn to appreciate other cultures through their languages or dig deep into the world’s rich cultural history through archaeological studies. Your opportunities are endless.
Study for success
Flinders Languages and Culture courses are designed to prepare you for a career in the real world. With close industry links, practical Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement opportunities and a curriculum designed with your future in mind, you’ll graduate with highly employable expertise in communication, critical thinking, research, planning and negotiation.
My placement was a big stepping stone. I did my placement at Adelaide Zoo, and I loved it. I also volunteered for 6 weeks at the Visitor Information Centre in the city. It was great to get out and talk to tourists.
Liana de Vita, Bachelor of Tourism and Events
Gain real-world experience
Flinders’ Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement program allows you to improve your employability by gaining valuable practical experience in a workplace setting, directly related to your study.
You’ll gain industry-specific, practical experience while earning credit towards your degree in a real workplace. WIL helps you to develop the skills employers want, build your networks, learn what it's like to work in a professional environment and get an edge in the job market.
Our industry partners include:
Immerse yourself in another culture and its language.
Choose from French, Indonesian, Italian, Modern Greek or Spanish at Flinders, or one of our cross-institutional partnerships to study Chinese, German or Japanese. We also offer exciting study abroad and work experience opportunities overseas.
Take on the world
With a focus on cultural tourism and festival and event design, this degree has been built with industry input and examines the issues, trends and approaches in the global tourism and events industry.
It prepares you for exciting careers in tourism, festivals and events management.
Delve into the world’s rich cultural history, uncovering the links between past, present and future societies.
Study Postgraduate Archaeology at Flinders
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