Literature & Languages in Australia

Study Literature & Languages in Australia

Excellent education system, wide range of courses and subjects to choose from and worldwide acceptance of Australian qualification are some of the major factors that makes Australia one of the top preferred nation for a student to pursue his/her education in Australia. 
 
Students interested in pursuing their higher studies in Australia in the field of Literature and Languages can explore wide range of specialisations that the country offers. From Old English Literature to Narrative puzzles of Modern Cinema and Contemporary Literature to the Ancient art of Language, Australian Universities has a lot to offer. 
 
Students can apply for undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral courses in Australian universities/colleges/institutions to pursue:
 
Literary Classics
Creative Writing
Languages
Asian Studies 
Poetry
Drama
Literature & Politics
Western Theories of Language
 
After the completion of their education in Australia students can explore careers like Teaching, Business, Editing, Scriptwriting, Publishing, Creative Writing and much more.
 
 

How to apply to a college offering Literature & Languages in Australia

Start early for applying to Australian universities. The universities start the admission process one year before the commencement of the course and so it is always better to get the admission (conditional or un-conditional) as early as possible. Send enquiries at least 12 months before the proposed date of admission. There are several ways to get application forms.
 
  • Requesting Application Forms via email: You can request application forms from the universities website. Most universities have a form on their website which can be completed online to request application material.
  • Requesting Application Forms via Air Mail: The other way is to send a request by airmail for application material. The request should contain a brief description of your educational background, academic objectives, source of financial support, English proficiency and standardized test scores of TOEFL/IELTS.
  • Downloading from the University Website: Many universities have a downloadable and ready to print versions of their application forms on the net. These can be used for applying just as regular forms.
 
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