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Bachelor of Arts (Chinese)

Undergraduate | CUR-CHN-DEG | 2024

Explore the language, culture, and society of China

Study Chinese culture and business practices. You’ll develop your Chinese language skills from beginner to advanced. Expand your world view. Communicate across cultures. Start to think about engaging with the Chinese community.

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10 Nov 2024
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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Arts (Chinese)

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Career opportunities

A working knowledge of the Chinese language and culture opens up career opportunities in Australia, China and abroad. This degree, by itself or paired with another degree, can help you become:

  • a research officer
  • foreign affairs and trade officer
  • an interpreter or translator
  • a teacher (English or Chinese as a Second Language)
  • an international journalist

It may also help you pursue a career in:

  • global business, banking and finance
  • the mining and resource sector
  • international relations
  • public health and health promotion
  • marketing and public relations
  • tourism and hospitality

Above all, it will place you in a diverse community of students from around the world who can operate successfully in a Chinese cultural context.

Career outlook

Intelligence and Policy Analysts:
$93K to $120K
Unknown average
Unknown average
Policy and Planning Managers:
Over $120K
Public Relations Professionals:
$93K to $120K
Unknown average

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