After graduation you are well prepared for an international career. Thanks to your knowledge of minority languages, language politics and multilingualism and your high-level academic skills, you can work in (inter-)national (governmental) organisations, (inter-)national business communities, cultural organisations, non-profit organisations, the media and government.
Most students will continue their studies with an MA, for example in Multilingualism, Applied Linguistics or Euroculture. With a specialisation in Frisian language and culture you are eligible to enter the Teacher training master programme in Frisian.
The program’s interdisciplinary curriculum and diverse specializations gives you ample opportunity to find out what topics interest you most and what areas of employment you wish to explore. As an Multilingualism graduate, you will gain competency in a broad range of transferable skills which will diversify your career prospects and set you apart from other job candidates.
Are you interested in some real-life stories of our graduated students? Take a look at our alumni page.