- 12 Courses
- Public Institution Type
Languages may be central to some occupations, but in today’s global economy they are also a real asset that will set you apart in almost any sector from health and social work, finance, sales, marketing and IT to education – even basic language skills can make a huge difference.
Learning a language and about how languages work, including the English language, opens doors to other cultures and communities, and provides a key to the global workplace. As a linguist you'll enjoy a broad range of career opportunities including teaching, translating and working in international organisations.