|In an increasingly globalised workplace, the ability to communicate effectively with people from other cultures, along with proficiency in foreign languages, are both important assets, valued highly by prospective employers. With a degree in Language, Culture and Communication, you will develop a range of communication and presentation skills, acquire first-hand experience of living abroad and working in multicultural contexts, and in addition will be able to offer expertise in qualitative and quantitative analysis. This will provide you with all the tools you need to forge a successful career in the international market place.|
[Competing across Borders
[Culture at work: the value of intercultural skills in the workplace
Our degree is specifically designed to address these needs. Sectors for which competence in foreign languages and intercultural communication are particularly important include:
Warwick graduates have been named as the top target for graduate employers in 2013 by a recent survey conducted by High Flyer research.
Warwick graduates can be confident about their future prospects: according to the Graduate Market 2013, Warwick is the top targeted by the largest number of top employers (Warwick was ranked 2nd in 2011 and 7th in 2012).