In the diverse, international world of multilingual communication, there is a demand for graduates with the competences and skills students acquire from our BA in Multilingual Communication.
Language professionals – featuring Hazel Brugger (in German, with English subtitles)
The career opportunities for graduates with a BA in Multilingual Communication are very diverse. Depending on where your interests and strengths lie, you can gain a foothold in a wide range of areas. Whether you work as a mediator or translator between cultures and languages, as a communicator in the international business world, as a designer of visual user interfaces, as a writer of user manuals, as a usability expert, as a subtitler of films and television programmes or as a translation project manager – your primary role is to ensure understanding and communication.
Graduates at work
Jobs and internships
Find selected job advertisements in the field of technical communication and information design. These are particularly relevant to students and graduates who are studying or have completed the specialisation in Technical Communication & Information Design in the BA in Multilingual Communication.
Continue your studies
Apart from opening the door to a wide range of professions, a BA in Multilingual Communication allows you to pursue specialised postgraduate studies by completing a Master’s degree or continuing education programme. The School of Applied Linguistics offers the following options:
- MA in Applied Linguistics, with specialisations in Professional Translation, Conference Interpreting or Organisational Communication.
- Continuing education programmes in various (specialised) fields.
You can also complete a Master’s degree in the field of language and communication at a different university here or abroad.