Greek studies

Why study Greek studies?

Study modern Greek language from beginner to advanced levels. Explore Greek literature, Ancient Greek language, history, society and culture from antiquity to the present day. Take applied language subjects linked to work as a translator.

Career opportunities

Translator, interpreter, languages teacher, tourism, media, social and community work, foreign affairs, trade, customs, immigration, aid agencies, research assistant.

Short courses

We also offer single subject study. Visit our short courses page to find out more.

Courses

Featured course

Bachelor of Arts

Semester starts: Semester 1 and 2 (March and July) Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Duration: 3 years full-time or part-time equivalent 3 years

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

Semester starts: Semester 1 and 2 (March and July) Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Duration: 4.5 years full-time (4 years in an accelerated program) or part-time equivalent 4.5 years

Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts

Semester starts: Semester 1 and 2 (March and July) Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Duration: 5 years full-time or part-time equivalent 5 years

Diploma in Languages

Semester starts: Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Duration: You can study a Diploma in Languages as a stand-alone award (three years part-time) or combine it with a degree at either undergraduate or postgraduate level at any Australian university. Combining the Diploma in Languages with your current degree will usually require you to complete an additional year of study.

Doctor of Philosophy

Semester starts: Anytime Anytime
Duration: 4 years full-time or part-time equivalent 4 years

Master of Arts

Semester starts: Anytime Anytime
Duration: Two years full-time or part-time equivalent 2 years

Your study experience

Other ways into undergraduate study

Learn how you can plan a pathway into your preferred degree, including single subject entry. See also La Trobe University Access and Equity programs which support a variety of ways into undergraduate study for applicants who have experienced educational disadvantage.

Overseas study opportunities

Ottoman Empire: Fourteenth to Twentieth Centuries

In this travel and study subject, students assess the cultural, social, architectural and political history of the Ottoman Empire to the era of the First World War and the inauguration of  the Turkish Republic. On location at historic sites in Turkey in Bursa, Edirne and Istanbul, the three Ottoman capitals, and on the Gallipoli peninsula and at Sakarya, students examine key periods of Ottoman history. This second- and third-year Mediterranean Studies summer-semester subject is offered by La Trobe University and run in conjunction with Australians Studying Abroad. See the Ottoman Empire course brochure [PDF 612KB] for an itinerary and application forms.

Studying at La Trobe as an international student

Students from overseas can come to La Trobe and do a short term Study Abroad program. Some short courses are also available to international students. Visit International Students for more information.

Student and graduate profiles

Students of the College talk about their experience at La Trobe.

About the academic staff

You'll get to meet a large number of academics during your course, from tutors through to lecturers.

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