The Language Centre was established in 2009, although languages and English language have been taught at the University since the 1970s. Proficiency in more than one language is an advantage in today’s globalised economies. The Language Centre offers subjects in Asian and European languages and academics in the Centre have strong reputations for teaching excellence.
What's new in Indonesian?
In 2013, the Indonesian Language Program at UoW and its partner UNE are introducing new, multimedia teaching materials and new teaching methods. Find out more
Languages: Policy and Pathways
The goal of the blog is to enable language educators to exchange ideas on research, policy and practice that impact on language programs in tertiary institutions.
UOW student joins youth exchange program to Indonesia
Meryem Dilber, a student of Indonesian, has been offered a place in the highly competitive Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP). This program aims to provide wider opportunities for young Indonesians and Australians to appreciate the culture, development and way of life of each other's country. Read more about Meryem's achievement here!
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The role of student representatives includes seeking out, listening to and bringing forward concerns, issues and feedback from students to the Committee meetings. Representatives also ensure that faculty decisions and policies are communicated back to students. Find out more>
The Language Centre is located at the southern end of Building 19 on the ground floor in room G100. Open: 9:00am - 5:00pm
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