Bachelor of Indigenous Languages and Linguistics - WINLL1 - 2018

Course overview

This course is an opportunity to give you coherent and advanced theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to engage in culturally informed and accountable ways of language work.

The coursework focuses on the linguistic skills and knowledge needed for appropriate and culturally sensitive language documentation, maintenance and language recovery and revitalisation.

You will learn the basic skills in speaking an Indigenous language (Yolngu or Arrernte), and gain an understanding of how language (and language learning) is embedded within cultural and social understandings and practice.

Why study with us

  • This course prepares you for further study and research in the fields of language and linguistics, and in Indigenous language planning and policy at local and national levels, thus enabling effective participation in an equitable engagement between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language cultures and the broader Australian community.
  • Part-time and full-time study options available.
  • Choose to study online at home, in class on campus, or you can mix between the two with the mixed-mode option.

Career opportunities

Graduates can move into government and non-government positions where Indigenous linguistics is a part of the role.


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More details about the course

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