About the Postgraduate Certificate in the Teaching of Shakespeare
This course offers teachers and teaching artists active, leading edge academic and performance approaches to teaching Shakespeare and key literature. The course provides subject knowledge, artistic and pedagogical skills, and understanding of contemporary issues including intercultural approaches, multi-literacies, use of information technologies, inclusion, gender and cultural entitlement.
Teaching of Shakespeare
More information about The University of Melbourne - Study Abroad Add
Studying overseas through student exchange or study abroad gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself, meet new friends and explore new places. The University of Melbourne provides the perfect setting for such an experience, with a rich academic and social community set on a wonderful campus in the midst of a city with a great lifestyle.
The University of Melbourne's study abroad and exchange program will give you a deeper academic perspective, a new circle of friends and an understanding of what it means to be Australian.
What's more, the university is located just five minutes from the vibrant centre of Melbourne, situated on a leafy campus with cafes, shops and beautiful architecture. With excellent public transport and easy access to the best Melbourne has to offer, you'll feel right at home straight away.
The university offers one of the most comprehensive student support networks in Australia. Our range of student services will help you adjust to university life in Australia and provide you with ongoing support while you're here.
Some of these services include:
- an Academic Skills Unit to assist with academic and language skills
- health, counselling and disability liaison services
- student housing services, including guaranteed accommodation at one of 12 residential colleges or student apartments, or the option to pursue independent shared accommodation.
Your semester in Melbourne will be a great opportunity to explore new areas of learning, continue in your current subjects, or try a combination of both. The University of Melbourne offers a wide range of choices to allow you to choose the subjects in which you're most interested, with study areas including:
- Australian studies
- architecture and design
- business and economics
- computer science and information technology
- environmental studies
- humanities and social sciences
- land, food and environment
- media and communications
- visual and performing arts.
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