Language and communication studies focus on translation and professional language, language immersion and multilingualism, the literature and culture of various language areas, interpreting, and language and communication sciences, with an emphasis on internationalisation and multiculturalism.
The language and communications degree programmes provide a good foundation for work in positions that require language and communication expertise. The programmes respond to the needs of bilingual and multilingual public administration and business. Graduates are able to operate in pluralist, multicultural working environments that require good language skills, creativity and an ability to communicate in an appropriate way in a variety of situations.
Masters of Philosophy generally find work in teaching, education, communications, the media, administration and planning positions. Job titles include Communications Manager, Translator, Copywriter, Publicist, Social Media Consultant, Journalist, Web Editor, Editor and Language Trainer.