Korean Studies - major & minor

      The Korean Studies Program at ANU maintains its standing as the strongest in the southern hemisphere, with a long tradition of excellence in research, teaching, and community service.

      History, literary and popular culture, and language and society constitute the main fields of scholarly inquiry for the academic staff, but their interests extend across a wide range of disciplines and methodologies. 
       

      Find out more about the Korean Studies Program on the School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) website
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      ANU Programs & Courses website:

      Korean Language - major & minor

      The study of Korean at ANU is available as a major or a minor. The Major in Korean Language consists of eight consecutive courses that build from beginner to advanced. The Korean Language Minor requires the completion of four courses.

      The School of Culture, History & Language also offers an Advanced Minor suitable for heritage or advanced intermediate learners of Korean. This minor consists of four courses in upper-level Korean, with a focus on developing advanced language skills that include the ability to critically discuss current affairs related to North and South Korea.

      Find out more about Korean Language study on the School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) website,
      and on the ANU Programs & Courses website: