Spanish is the official language of 21 countries of the world, including Spain and the nations of Central and South America. After Chinese, it is the largest world language in terms of the number of native speakers.
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Why study at Deakin?
Get ready for your new career
The history and culture of the Hispanic world is very rich and varied and reflects the diverse backgrounds of the regions and populations that use it. Hispanic popular culture in extremely dynamic and encompasses the arts, sports, movies and television, and the media. For this reason, the study of Spanish can open doors to new experiences and interests that are not accessible without a knowledge of the language and culture and can also be an important asset in many careers and fields of study.
Learn from the best
Apart from our range of innovative courses, vibrant campuses and our outstanding services and facilities, students tell us that the thing they notice most about Deakin is its supportive and friendly environment study. Our staff are knowledgeable and approachable, and our services include many clubs and societies that will enable you to expand your interests and make new friends.
Career and Industry
Our graduates find employment in a diverse range of industries including:
- Foreign affairs departments, intelligence and security organisations
- Local government and community-based organisations
- Trade, commerce and communications industry
- Travel and tourism
- Education sector and translation services
- Health organisations
- IT and engineering
Language skills are increasingly important in diplomacy, defence, security, commerce and trade-related fields; as well as for developing intercultural understanding and a global outlook.
A language skill can give you the edge in terms of Australia's interests, and new opportunities are expected to emerge in the future in response to our ever-changing world.