Find out where our graduates go and how the careers service can help you develop your potential and achieve a rewarding future after your studies
Linguistics and English Language graduates gain a broad range of skills. The study of language develops theoretical and practical skills relating to cognition, communication, culture and society. These skills can be applied in a number of settings. Linguistics and English Language graduates enter a wide range of careers after graduation including education, data science, financial services, IT and web management, training and development and consultancy work.
The University Careers Service provide a range of information, advice and guidance services for all students as well as career events and workshops to support your career development.
The School has a dedicated Careers Consultant who provides guidance for students in the School and organises a range of careers sessions throughout the year.
You can find out more about support available from the Careers Service on their website:
The Careers Service also has an online tool to support students with their career planning and development called the Careers Compass. You can also find out more about the Careers Compass on their website: