Study a language
When you study a language at La Trobe, you gain access to an invaluable source of new information and experiences. Each language offers a unique window into one different ways of perceiving and interacting with the world.
Most La Trobe students can learn a language while they complete their degree. By studying a language, you can develop a deeper understanding of it within the context of its cultural, literary, social and religious origins.
The following languages are available at La Trobe:
Why I study Indonesian
You can study a language by:
- enrolling in a Bachelor of Arts
- completing a Diploma in Languages
- studying a language as an additional major
- enrolling in a single language subject.
You can also consolidate your language skills by entering the Study Abroad program.
Study a language in the Bachelor of Arts
University students can expect to change careers up to 10 times over the course of their working life. When you study a language as part of a Bachelor of Arts, you can focus on your interests and career goals while increasing your appeal to employers around the world.
The Diploma in Languages
You can enrol in a Diploma in Languages if you have completed an undergraduate degree. In most cases, you can also complete this diploma if you are a current undergraduate student at La Trobe University.
Have you ever wanted to live like the French or Chinese do? If you study a language at La Trobe, you can put your language skills to use by entering the Study Abroad program. This program lets you choose between an exchange or short-term program. In some cases, you can complement your language study with faculty study tours in archaeology, history, international relations, politics, and European studies.