Where will this take me?
Studying Italian is a fantastic way to broaden your career prospects.
You might see yourself getting involved in sociology, where you’ll uncover ways in which Italian-speaking societies – past or present – operate.
You might choose to use your language proficiencies to translate and interpret communications on a government or educational level.
You’ll also be well educated on Italy’s expansive art and culture scene, making you a particularly attractive candidate to work in curatorship. Here you’ll work in museums or galleries to organise artefacts and artworks in a meaningful and interesting way.
If you’d like to travel, speaking Italian could also see you working in tourism, using your language abilities to educate and inspire.