The Diploma of Languages in German Studies
Any student who has accepted or who holds a place in an undergraduate Bachelor degree at the University of Adelaide, and who has obtained the consent of their relevant faculty to study the two awards concurrently, can apply for admission to the Diploma in Languages.
The course is not available to students from universities other than Adelaide. Languages currently available to University of Adelaide students through the Language Outreach program are included in the Diploma of languages. If you are a Flinders student you can do German in a Flinders Diploma of Languages.
You cannot do the Diploma of Languages by itself. You can only do it if you are enrolled concurrently with full - or part-time study in another undergraduate degree. Students are required to complete a major sequence (26 points) in a single language consisting of courses to the value of 6 points at Level 1, 8 points at Level II and 12 points at Level III. In order to accommodate these additional language courses, students will add one year to their undergraduate degree program.
You can begin the Diploma in Languages at any point in your undergraduate degree, but you must remember that the Diploma in Languages requires a three-year sequence of German.
For further information refer to the Faculty's Graduate Coursework Degrees leaflet or visit the Faculty website.