Did you know that people who study languages have some of the lowest unemployment rates in the country?
In other words, people who can speak more than one language are in very high demand by employers!
The possession of a second language often raises your basic salary considerably, making the study of a modern foreign language very profitable. Research suggests that over 90% of careers using languages are in non-linguistic professions. Former students of German have gone on to study at some top universities, including the University of Aberdeen, Keele University, the University of Manchester, Newcastle University and the University of Oxford, reading language based subjects and other challenging degrees such as International Relations and Politics, French and German, Teaching and International Business.