Advanced Diploma of Local, Family and Applied History

The University of New England (UNE)

This course provides an opportunity for people interested in local, family and applied history to pursue formal studies in their areas of interest and to acquire qualifications as historians. The focus is on learning and practising the specific skills and knowledge required to investigate, interpret and present histories that meet professional standards, utilise different sources and media, and engage a variety of different audiences. Course content includes introductions to the history and nature of history; the evolution of local, family and applied history; the development of skills to research and interpret heritage sites, memorials, material culture, museums and oral history interviews; the importance of national and international perspectives; and opportunities for work experiences as professional historians.

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At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Preparatory/Industry
Campus/Location: Armidale
CRICOS: 00003G

Subjects

  • Local, family and applied history

UNE is located in beautiful natural surroundings and offers academic excellence, making it the premier choice for international students.

UNE offers internationally recognised degrees in addition to an extensive residential college system, outstanding sporting facilities and highly awarded teaching staff.

UNE has students from more than 80 nations studying on campus, creating a diverse atmosphere. Living costs in Armidale are comparatively lower than in metropolitan cities and students can immerse themselves in a 'real' Australian experience.

UNE International (UNEI) provides support for all international students enrolled at UNE. UNEI provides students with a link between the administrative and academic functions of the university during their enrolment and assists students to access academic support and pastoral care services offered by the university.

UNEI also assists students with issues related to accommodation (including homestay), visas, schooling and adjusting to the Armidale and Australian way of life. UNEI can also refer students to additional support services available at UNE, including counselling, academic skills and medical services.

The campus is well-equipped with first-rate library and sporting facilities, a restaurant, a caf

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Student Profiles

Jun Gao, Scott, China

Bachelor of Computer Science

"Armidale has a unique living environment which makes me feel at home. I have also joined some clubs, attended public activities and made some good friends. Though you must never forget to study hard! Some of the best times at UNE are studying in the library, meeting friends for coffees and playing basketball and football at the sports union. I also have sweet memories of studying at the English Language Centre, selling dumplings with my friends at the Sunday markets and talking with my Aussie friends and neighbours."

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