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Te Puna Reo | Our school is the centre for studying European and Asian languages and cultures, communication, language teaching, linguistics and translation at the University of Auckland.
We are ranked in the top 100 in the world for modern languages and linguistics, and our geographic position and affinities give us a unique perspective.
Contact advisers and discipline convenors, and find people in the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics.
We work to deepen understanding of, and communication between, the cultures, languages and histories of the world.
Become a more informed local and global citizen by studying another language.
What's going on in the Faculty of Arts.
A selection of forms and guides available for students in CLL.
If you speak English as an additional language, you can take courses to improve and develop your academic English.
Applied Linguistics draws on a variety of disciplines to formulate solutions to real world language problems.
Asian Studies gives you a broad understanding of the complexities and opportunities of Asia.
Studying Chinese will develop your understanding of contemporary China, an increasingly important global economic power.
You can study the changing ways we communicate, in the media, in business and organisations, and online.
Comparative Literature is the study of literature across national and cultural boundaries, chronological periods and disciplines.
European Studies includes courses that focus on different aspects of Europe and European culture, history, politics and thought.
French involves not only language study, but also knowledge of the culture, history and literature of France and the French-speaking world.
Introduce yourself to the rich culture of Germany and discover its influence in film and literature and its connections with New Zealand.
Be the change you want to see, care for the planet’s resources and people, and gain the tools needed to solve the world's problems from a thematic perspective.
You can study the language and culture of Italy, and learn to read, write and speak Italian.
Studying Japanese gives you a broad knowledge of the language, culture and literature of Japan.
You can study Korean society and culture as well as the language.
Specialise in teaching English or other languages as a second or foreign language.
Languages and Literature is designed for students with a strong background in two languages and literatures.
Latin American Studies introduces you to the traditions, heritage and contemporary experience of Latin American nations and their people.
Linguistics is the study of language as a human activity.
Russian is one of the most widely spoken languages in Europe.
You can learn the Spanish language and study the cultures and literatures of Spain and Latin America.
Prepare for a career teaching English to speakers of other languages by studying TESOL.
Our postgraduate programmes in Translation Studies are designed to meet the need for professional translators and translation researchers.
If you are looking for study that's adventurous, take part in an exchange or study abroad.
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