Instead of relying on your knowledge of your mother tongue to shape your perspective, why not broaden your horizons? Join us to experience the intellectual, cultural and personal enrichment that comes from learning a new language. At the Centre for Modern Languages, we provide undergraduate and postgraduate students of all disciplines a choice of courses in Asian and European languages. Courses include Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Malay, Russian, Singapore Sign Language, Spanish, Tamil, Thai, and Vietnamese, from introductory to intermediary levels.
In a collaboration of the German and Israeli embassies, NTU hosts a panel discussion of experts on the United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021. The event will be a virtual as well as a physical event co-hosted by the German and Israeli ambassadors. It features a panel discussion of experts from Germany, Israel, and Singapore moderated by Prof Joseph Liow, the Dean of CoHASS.
More information on the panel of experts and the moderator can be found in the attached document: Universal and Educational Lessons from the Holocaust
The CML academic team engages in extensive research to stay at the forefront of teaching quality and pedagogical developments. The centre’s research projects are primarily focused on foreign language acquisition and bilingualism, especially language learning strategies, motivation, natural order of acquisition, and cognitive processes.