O sega ni kila na vosa vakaviti? O via tomana na nomu vulica na veika vakaviti?
Mai vulica e USP! E na wili tale ga e na nomu Koroi!
At USP, we offer Fijian courses for credit to both beginners and fluent speakers. Our programme is supported by the iTaukei Trust Fund Board.
Fluent speaker of Fijian?
Whether you’re new to Fiji or you’ve lived here all your life, why not take this opportunity to learn Fijian for the first time? Gain an insight into Fijian culture, and impress your friends with your new language skills!
LL166 Fijian for Beginners
Offered face-to-face at Laucala in both semesters
You can take LL166 as an elective in any programme, or as part of a major in Pacific Language Studies. The course usually attracts students from all over the world, so you’ll meet new friends and have lots of fun, while also learning to communicate in one of the major languages of Fiji.
If you already speak Fijian, you can take a Diploma, BA, BEd or BAGCED with a major in Pacific Vernacular Language (Fijian Studies). You can also take any of the Fijian Studies courses as electives, or as part of a degree in Pacific Language Studies. The courses below are open to students at all campuses, and are also offered as flexi-schools.
Please note that these courses are taught through the medium of Fijian, so proficiency in the language is essential.
LL161: Fijian Language Studies I – Vakadidike Vosa Vakaviti I
LL162: Fijian Orature/Literature I – Umavosa Maroroi Vakaviti I
LL215: The Teaching of Pacific Languages (Fijian version)
LL261: Fijian Language Studies II – Vakadidike Vosa Vakaviti II
LL262: Fijian Orature/Literature II – Umavosa Maroroi Vakaviti II
LL362: Orality, Literacy and Culture – Umavosa Maroroi Vakaviti III
Na isakisaki ni noda vanua na vosa kei na kena itovo. Mai vulica mo kila. E sa rawa ni o vakoroi kina mo cakacaka. O na yalomatua tale ga ni o kila na nomu vosa kei na itovo. Ena matata tale ga vei iko na nomu okati mo dua na itaukei. Na bibi ni vuli qo eratou tokona tiko mai kina na Matabose ni iLavo Maroroi ni iTaukei.
At USP, we offer Hindi courses for credit to both beginners and fluent speakers. Our Hindi Studies programmes are supported by the Government of India.
Fluent speaker of Hindi?
For beginners, we offer:
LL176: Conversational Hindi
Offered face-to-face at Laucala
Join this class for an introduction to Hindi – a major language of Fiji as well as one of the five most widely spoken languages in the globe today.
Knowledge of the language could really boost your CV, as well as opening up a whole new aspect of life and culture in Fiji.
You can take this course as an elective in any programme, or as part of a major in Pacific Language Studies.
For fluent Hindi speakers, we offer:
A Diploma, BA, BEd or BAGCED with a major in Pacific Vernacular Language (Hindi Studies). You can also take any of the Hindi Studies courses as electives, or as part of a degree in Pacific Language Studies.
The courses below are open to students at all campuses.
Please note that these courses are taught through the medium of Hindi, so proficiency in the language is essential.
LL171: Introduction to Hindi
LL172: Introduction to Hindi Literature
LL215: The Teaching of Pacific Languages (Hindi version)
LL271: Varieties of Hindi
LL272: Hindi Prose Fiction
LL371: Cultural Studies
LL372: Culture, Literature and Language
BONJOUR A TOUS!
Have you considered learning French as part of your USP degree programme?
French is widely spoken in the Pacific and across the world, so this language can open up new opportunities for your future, or just give you a new and interesting challenge while you study.
Alliance Française de Suva offers the following French language courses in face-to-face mode at Laucala Campus:
LL141: Introduction to the French Language
LL241: Intermediate French
LL341: Advanced French
LL342: French for Business
You can take these courses as electives within any programme, or you can take a complete Minor in French alongside a Single Major in another subject.
You can also study French as part of a major in Pacific Language Studies, combining 3 core courses in Linguistics with 4 courses in French, and 1 course from a different language.
You will be taught by a native speaking French teacher, using interactive and innovative methods based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. You may also have the chance to sit for an internationally-recognised diploma in French, in addition to credit for your USP degree.
Why learn French?
• Add foreign language skills to your cv
• Open up new job opportunities with NGOs or in tourism
• Study or work in France or New Caledonia
• Travel to French-speaking countries like New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna, French Polynesia, France, Belgium, Canada … …
@USP: Meet the lecturer in H334 in the FALE building
For further information, you can contact the French teacher directly, or you can email the Coordinator for Linguistics and Languages.
A bientôt! See you soon!
Alliance Française de Suva also offer a wide range of activities and social events at their premises on Desvoeux Road and throughout Suva. Check out their website for details.
Alliance Française are also in Vanuatu , Tonga and the Cook Islands. Keep an eye out for activities and events happening near you!
欢 迎 你 来 学 汉语
The Confucius Institute offers the following Chinese language courses in face-to-face mode at Laucala, Lautoka, Emalus and Cook Islands Campuses:
LL181: Chinese Language 1
LL281: Chinese Language 2
LL381: Chinese Language 3
LL382: Chinese for Business
You can take these courses as electives within any programme, or you can take a complete Minor in Chinese alongside a Single Major in another subject.
You can also study Chinese as part of a major in Pacific Language Studies, combining 3 core courses in Linguistics with 4 courses in Chinese, and 1 course from a different language.
You will learn through interactive and innovative methods, with small class sizes, in excellent facilities provided by the Confucius Institute on campus.
Why learn Chinese?
- Take advantage of new business interactions between China and the Pacific
- Enhance your cv with skills in a new language
- Enrich your degree with a new intellectual challenge
- Get an insight into Chinese culture
For further information, please contact the Confucius Institute directly, or you can email the Coordinator for Linguistics and Languages
The Confucius Institute also offers social classes (not for credit), and a range of fun activities from cooking classes to tea ceremonies to Chinese ink painting. Visit their website for details.