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What do Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates do?

Learning about what Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates have gone on to do can be a great way of coming up with ideas for your own career.

 

ModernLanguagesOf Modern Languages & Comparative Literature graduates in full time work, 57% were in graduate level work six months after graduation. 

Jobs: Which jobs do they do?

2015 Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates went on to become:

  • Authors, writers and translators
  • Business sales executives
  • Business, research and administrative professionals 
  • Buyers and procurement officers
  • Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists
  • Conference and exhibition managers and organisers
  • Construction project managers and related professionals
  • Credit controllers
  • Educational support assistants
  • Financial and accounting technicians
  • Graphic designers
  • Human resources and industrial relations officers
  • Marketing associate professionals
  • Medical secretaries
  • Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants
  • Protective service associate professionals 
  • Public services associate professionals
  • Quality assurance and regulatory professionals
  • Sales administrators
  • Secondary education teaching professionals
  • Teaching and other educational professionals
  • Teaching assistants

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Discover what Modern languages and Comparative literature and culture graduates from other universities went on to do. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Employers: Who do they work for?

2015 Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates worked with these employers:

  • Decanter Wine Magazine
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
  • Royal Holloway, University of London
  • Sinclair House School
  • SOL Group
  • The Risk Advisory
  • The Westgate School
  • CBRE
  • Department for Education
  • Ministry of Defence (MoD)
  • Pegasystems
  • Zones
  • 123 Languages
  • Amazon
  • Ann & Digital
  • British Council
  • DK
  • Penguin and Random House
  • Gorkana
  • Overseas Exhibition Services
  • RWS
  • Sir Anthony Mascolo
  • The Juice Plus Company
  • Virgin Experience Days
  • Zenopa
  • John Lewis

Discover who Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates from other universities went on to work for. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Study: What do they study?

2015 Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates studied these courses:

  • BSc Midwifery
  • HISPANIC STUDIES BY RESEARCH
  • ITALIAN BY RESEARCH
  • Law Conversion Course GDL
  • MA by research in Italian
  • MA English Literature
  • MA History of Art
  • MA International Liaison and Communication
  • MA Photography
  • MA Translation
  • PGCE MFL
  • Wines and Spirits

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Discover what Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture graduates from other universities went on to study. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Advice and information on further study

 

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Jobs & internships for Modern Languages and Comparative Literature & Culture students

Jobs from University of London JobOnline (Some Modern languages and Comparative literature and culture-related, some not. Why not explore your options?)

Internships from University of London JobOnline (Some Modern languages and Comparative literature and culture-related, some not. Why not explore your options?)

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 * Destinations data is based on the 2014/15 DLHE survey

 

 
 
 

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