What you can do with your Linguistics or English Language degree and how to get help from the University Careers Service
What you can do with a degree in Linguistics and English Language
The skills you gain through studying a Linguistics and English Language degree are desirable in many career areas. Find out about the range of opportunities you could consider.
The ‘After English’ website is another great resource with advice about your options.
An exploratory website specifically designed to help you think through your future after your degree. The opportunities are relevant to all Linguistics and English Language students.
What our graduates did next
Graduate case studies
In these short videos, graduates from our Linguistics and English Language programmes talk about their experience since graduation, and how their studies have been useful in their career:
- Rachel Bell, film subtitler
- Ryan Hamilton, trainee careers adviser
- Rosemarie Middlehurst, overseas volunteer co-ordinator
- Yorath Turner, Civil Service Fast Stream (HR)
Need more help?
The University Careers Service has lots of useful resources to help you explore your options. A good starting point is to look at their webpages for Linguistics and English Language students where you’ll also find contact details if you need to get in touch