Asian Studies researchers at UNSW Arts and Social Sciences undertake internationally recognised, globally impactful scholarships on all geographic regions of Asia—Southeast Asia, South Asia and Northeast Asia.
Language at UNSW may be studied at Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced levels. If you have had experience learning a language previously or are a native speaker of a particular language, you are required to complete a language placement in order to be placed at an appropriate starting point.
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
Discover How History Shapes the World We Live In
Our present is inherently linked to our past, shaping the world we live in today. We study history to understand how our political ideas, cultural norms and social beliefs have been shaped by past contexts.
Aiding Restorative & Regenerative Futures
Your education in Environment and Society at UNSW will provide you with a solid foundation to engage with contemporary social and environmental issues, and become the environment and society custodians the world needs today.
Explore Contemporary Environmental Challenges
Environmental Humanities is an interdisciplinary field of study that creates a solid foundation to understand and critically engage with contemporary environmental issues.
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.