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Careers Modern languages careers Most people study modern languages because of their interest and ability in the subject.
For most graduates teaching is a popular career choice, undertaking primary and secondary Postgraduate Certificate of Education PGCE or beginning careers teaching English on an international basis.
Others go into jobs in which their language skills are desirable, such as the media, sales, e-commerce, and areas of finance. With ever more European and international connections, such skills will grow in importance and can give you a real advantage in applying for a wide range of graduate jobs.
Ability in languages is increasingly valued by a wide range of employers across all sectors, including industry and business. They recognise that a degree in modern languages is evidence not only of linguistic skills and cultural awareness but also of other personal transferable skills needed in employment.
You will develop the self-confidence to communicate orally as well as on paper, to work effectively in a group, to organise and plan your work and to find solutions to problems by critical, logical and creative thinking. Consequently our graduates find work in diverse areas such as tourism, marketing, management, civil service, advertising and the media, teaching and banking.
We also collaborate on the Modern Languages careers blog, Careers Translated. The blog gives you access to a range of relevant jobs, training and work experience opportunities, as well as interviews with alumni and employers, and general advice.
Find out more about the career options for Modern Languages and Linguistics from Prospects: What our graduates go on to do: These statistics are based on what graduates were doing on a specific date, approximately six months after graduation.
The destination data is available in varying levels, beginning with the University and moving through Faculty and School down to individual course reports.
This final level may give you some useful ideas about possible options after your course or a course you are considering.OCR HISTORY GCSE.
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