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  • University of New England

    UNE-MDL-DIP | Undergraduate

    Further your knowledge in a language

    After first completing two subjects in Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian or Japanese, enter this course to gain a deeper understanding. Become proficient in the language and the culture of its people. Graduate with an advantage in the workforce globally.

    Available majors

    • Chinese Language Major
    • French Language Major
    • German Language Major
    • Indonesian Language Major
    • Italian Language Major
    • Japanese Language Major
  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-SUS-DIP | Undergraduate

    Help our planet last longer

    Think about your experiences as an individual, consumer and citizen in terms of sustainability at a range of scales; regional, nationally and globally. Discover tools to bring sustainability to life. Consider social justice, equity and diversity.  

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-USB-DIP | Undergraduate

    A pathway to university study, with lots of support

    If you know what you want to study, but need some help meeting entry requirements or getting up to speed with your academic skills, this Diploma is a great place to start. Learn how to write and think at a university level.

  • University of New England

    UNE-ART-DIP | Undergraduate

    The first step in your journey through humanities, arts and social sciences

    Explore humanity through the lens of culture, history, and society. This introduction to university studies includes academic research and writing, and your choice of subjects exploring human culture and achievement.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-FAM-DIP | Undergraduate

    Discover the secrets of your family’s past

    What does your family history entail? In today’s age, it’s possible to find out a lot about our ancestors. You just need to know where to look, and what to do with information. Build skills in finding, interpreting, storing and sharing information.