The Greek language is one of the oldest civilisations in human history. It has been in use for over thousands of years and made significant contributions to development of many other languages, including English. In Australia, Greek is one of the most widely spoken languages. In Victoria it is recognised as one of the priority languages in schools. Learning Greek provides students with an advantage across a number of professions including politics, social science, community services and tourism.
Australia has a large Greek community which provides students with immediate opportunities to practice their Greek within a real-life social and cultural context. To further enrich their learning experiences students may also have opportunities to spend time in Greece for study tours or 6-12 months on cultural exchanges.
Program and course information
Diploma of Languages
Study a language while you complete another degree! The new Diploma of Languages can be taken concurrently with any RMIT program to really add value to your degree and open up a range of new career opportunities.
Higher education courses
The following Higher Education 12 credit point Greek courses are offered for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Studying a language as part of a degree can augment work-ready skills and is an enriching ‘add-on’ to a separate major field of study.
The course guides provide full details including course descriptions, pre-requisites (if any), learning outcomes, learning activities and assessments:
- LANG1014 Greek 1
- LANG1015 Greek 2
- LANG1032 Greek 3
- LANG1033 Greek 4
- LANG1017 Greek 5
- LANG1019 Greek 6
- LANG1261 Language and Culture through Cinema
Languages FAQ (PDF 112 KB) – frequently asked questions about Languages electives.
Single and short courses
The Languages discipline also offers its Higher Education language electives and innovative short courses and workshops to the general public that are administered through RMIT's Single and Short Course Centre.
To find out more about studying Greek, please contact:
Guosheng Chen – Coordinator, Greek Language Studies
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