The study of language and linguistics brings with it practical skills, and a world of possibility.
The completion of an introductory course alone will see you reading, speaking and writing in a new language. All the while, you’ll be training your brain to think in new and different ways. Not only will your English improve, but learning a new language will also teach you how to become a systematic thinker – a valuable skill that can be applied to all areas of your life.
Meanwhile, language and linguistics learning offers new perspectives and a world of possibility. Equipped with a new language and an awareness of a new culture, you will be poised to contribute to our global society. Where will your language learning take you? We cannot wait to find out.
Prepare for the future
In our ever-changing world, employers seek out those who can converse, communicate and appreciate another culture. In fact, those with an appetite for language learning demonstrate and further develop a desire for an understanding of the wider world and a respect for others.
Further, language and linguistics complement the study of other humanities, including literature, history, and philosophy, and will prepare you for an array of careers. Foundational for future teachers, speech pathologists and translators, the advantages and benefits apply to all areas including:
- global politics, government, and diplomacy
- nursing and health sciences
- psychology and sociology
- scientific research