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Structure

100 credit points

The Diploma consists of a three-year sequence of first-, second- and third-year language study and may add up to one year to the duration of the student’s degree course. See the Diploma course structure for details.

German Studies

A 100-point diploma sequence is available. The sequence is as follows for the four entry points:

Students will have their appropriate entry point determined by the German Studies Program, based on the results of the online placement test. Please refer to the following link for further information: http://arts.unimelb.edu.au/soll/resources/language-placement-testing

The following description of the entry points below is indicative only:

  • German Studies 1 entry point: for students who have very little or no background in the German language.
  • German Studies 3 entry point: usually for students who have undertaken four or five years of secondary school German or who have obtained a low VCE German score.
  • German Studies 5 entry point: usually for VCE German students.
  • German Studies 7 entry point: usually for native speakers or near-native speakers of German, or for candidates who have spent a number of years in a German speaking country.

Students completing a diploma in German Studies will usually undertake 25 points at level one, 37.5 points at level two and 37.5 points at level three.

Last updated: 3 April 2019