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Charles Sturt University (CSU)

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Graduate Certificate in Wiradjuri Language, Culture and Heritage

  • Graduate Certificate

This unique course aims to help Wiradjuri and non-Wiradjuri people preserve the community's language and culture for generations to come.

Key details

Degree Type
Graduate Certificate
Duration
0.5 year full-time, 1 year part-time
Study Mode
Online
Intake Months
Mar

About this course

This unique course aims to help Wiradjuri and non-Wiradjuri people preserve the community's language and culture for generations to come. It provides skills in using and teaching the Wiradjuri language in community and educational settings, and empowers you to work with the Wiradjuri community in culturally appropriate and sensitive ways.

Entry requirements

Admission to the program is contingent upon: successful completion of Certificate III in Aboriginal Language or equivalent, and a personal statement documenting relevant professional or community expertise and/or experience. or a personal statement documenting relevant professional or community expertise and/or experience.   Examples of relevant professional or community expertise and/or experience could include: professional engagement with members of the Wiradjuri people in either paid employment or in a voluntary capacity; teaching Wiradjuri language in TAFE, VET private providers or schools; people working with, or in, the Wiradjuri community in social, support or other capacities. or a degree from a recognised Australian tertiary institution (or equivalent).
Level of Study
Bachelor

Study locations

Online

How to apply

Apply direct to CSU Are you a non-school leaver or do you want to study online?

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Humanities, Culture & Social Sciences courses at Charles Sturt University (CSU).
84.3%
Overall satisfaction
72.7%
Skill scale
73%
Teaching scale
85.8%
Employed full-time
$76.3k
Average salary