The course involves the study of the unique human faculty of language, investigate world languages and develop transferable skills and methods.
It explores issues such as how languages arise, change and die, how children acquire their first languages and what happens when speakers of different languages come into contact.
Students gain advanced linguistic skills in Arabic and explore the culture, history and politics of the Arab world.
A degree in Arabic studies paves the way for an exceptionally broad range of careers. You will develop analytical and problem-solving skills together with intercultural awareness and communication skills – which are highly valued by employers.
Graduates go straight into business, services, marketing, advertising, management, banking , diplomacy or communications.
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