The School of Languages and Cultures is a vibrant environment in which languages and cultures from around the world are taught and research is conducted. In a world where relations between people at all levels of interaction remain fraught, and where people are marginalised through the loss of languages, it is clear we have some way to go to better understand others and ourselves. The study of languages and culture is an important part of that puzzle.
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The University of Queensland (UQ) has a global reputation for providing knowledge leadership for a better world for more than a century. UQ consistently ranks among the world's top universities in the most prestigious and widely recognised university rankings. More national teaching awards have been given to UQ than to any other Australian university. Our commitment to high-quality teaching empowers our 53,600 current students across UQ's three campuses to make a positive difference in the world.