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Language Graduate Careers
In 2009 and 2010 Lancaster language graduates were ranked the most employable language graduates across the UK higher education sector. A Lancaster languages graduate typically will have the ability to:
Did you know that language graduates develop skills in organisational understanding and sensitivity?
A first degree in Languages provides strong transferable skills that can be utilised across a variety of careers as well as further study. These include: self motivation, team-working skills, an ability to work autonomously, time and priority management skills, developing a flexible and adaptable mind to face new situations and manage change and an ability to think creatively, self-critically and independently.
What Can You Do with Your Degree?
The university's Centre for Employability, Enterprise and Careers (CEEC) provides an extensive range of services and activities to help you make informed decisions about your career options and employment prospects. The CEEC provides information on undergraduate career destinations by departments. Careers information specific to 2008 graduates, 2009 graduates and 2010 graduates in European Languages is now available.
Whilst studying you can also participate in The Lancaster Award run by CEEC. The Lancaster Award will get you recognition for extra-curricular activities and help boost your CV. Read about a DELC student experience of The Lancaster Award.
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