The Scientific Study of Language
Studying Linguistics at UNSW will enhance your linguistic expression, improve your ability to learn other languages, and help you develop an appreciation of linguistic and cult
Investigate the Impact of the Asian Region from a Global Standpoint
Asian Studies at the School of Humanities and Languages is an interdisciplinary area of study distinguished by its “all Asia” approach.
Research in European Studies at UNSW Arts and Social Sciences cuts across a wide range of subject areas, including Modern History, Cultural and Literary Studies, Area Studies, Human Geography, Political Thought and Philosophy.
Research in Linguistics at UNSW examines the basic properties of human language and explores what the study of language can tell us about the brain, the mind, society, history and communication, especially among people from different cultural and language backgrounds.
Guide dogs, the World Health Organization (WHO) and female characters of The West Wing – while these may appear to have little in common, at one time they have all been career goals for recent graduate Erin Prince.