You can capitalise on your language skills to pursue any career at an international level.

As more and more businesses are going global by opening offices throughout the world, knowledge of Italian is an increasingly important asset when applying for jobs. Six of the 100 biggest global companies have their headquarters in Italy, and Italy is the world’s 5th largest industrial producer of goods. Italian will also give you an advantage if you wish to apply for jobs at EU Commission for positions such as interpreters, policy advisers and translators.

Should you plan to spend a year abroad as part of your Degree, you can use your language skills to experience the essence of Italian culture.