English Language and Culture

→ [Why the major]

  • Achieving English language proficiency: Throughout 4 years of studying, students will improve their English proficiency by learning from native English speaking teachers as well as exchange students from NewZealand, America, Australia and more. Students are expected to reach a minimum of 6.5 band IELTS by the end of their fourth year in UDA.
  • Flexible career paths: The skills learned in the main career path of becoming an English translator can also allow students to branch out to a multitude of other professions including English teachers, secretaries, tour guides, education consultants and more.
  • Gain work experience while you study: From their second year onwards, many paths of gaining work experience are open to our students. Students are able to work at an English speaking firm for up to 6 months. Alternatively, students also have the option of taking a 1 year internship abroad in an English speaking country.

→ [Career Opportunities]

After graduation, English Language and Culture students can either continue their education or find a job in the domain. Below is a list of job titles:

  • English as a foreign language teacher
  • Private tutor
  • Tour Guide
  • Secretary
  • Education consultant
  • Writer
  • Translator/Interpreter

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