Modern languages are vital in a world of international cooperation, interdependence and trade. Italian is one of Europe’s major languages and, since it is not taught in many UK schools, you will ﬁnd yourself in demand when you graduate.
In recent years, our graduates have gone on to pursue careers in, for example, business management, teaching (Italian in UK schools and universities or English in Italy), the Civil Service, journalism, computing, academic publishing, tourism, translation and interpreting work, and librarianship.
As a graduate, you will continue to have access to the University Careers Service that will provide a wealth of advice, information and guidance to help ready you for the world of work. You can also choose the pathway to further study and training; our graduates have gone on to study Masters courses while others have taken a teaching route and progressed to a Postgraduate Certificate in Education.