Language and Culture Studies
What can I do with my course in Language and Culture Studies?
Careers in Language and Culture
Your understanding of Arabic, Chinese or Indonesian culture and language will provide you with employment opportunities in international relations, immigration, social sciences, education, business or human services.
When combined with other qualifications, your fluency in a second language may enhance your employment opportunities in organisations engaging in international trade. You could look for opportunities in agriculture, tourism, mining and minerals, livestock, finance and banking, food and beverages, transport and communications.
Skills and attributes
Graduates of Language and Culture Studies need to demonstrate the following skills and attributes:
- Ability to confidently code switch between English and Arabic, Mandarin or Indonesian
- Ability to work with a culturally diverse range of social groups across age groups
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Critical thinking skills through analytical and conceptual thought
- Sensitive to and appreciative of, cultural difference and diversity
Related roles include:
- Public servant in a state or territory government
- Cultural heritage officer
- Non-government organisation worker
Some related roles may require further study or experience. Descriptions of occupations, industry career profile, salary and other employment information can be obtained from the My future website.
Salary and job outlook
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Look at industry trends and employment prospects by visiting Australian Government Job Outlook.
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