How does a degree in the Languages and Cultures of South East Asia help with my career?
With a degree in Languages and Cultures of South East Asia from SOAS, students gain competency in language skills and intercultural awareness and understanding. Graduates leave SOAS with linguistic and cultural expertise along with a portfolio of widely transferable skills which employers seek including written and oral communication skills; attention to detail; analytical and problem solving skills; and the ability to research, amass and order information from a variety of sources.
Former Languages and Cultures of South East Asia students have gone on to employment in a range of professional roles in business and public sectors, as well as continuing in the field of research either at SOAS or other institutions
Destinations of recent graduates from this department immediately after graduation include:
- Authors, writers and translators
- Marketing associate professionals
- Medical and dental technicians
- Public relations professionals
The chart above shows that SOAS Languages and Cultures of South East Asia graduates are very employable. Graduate Destination Surveys from 2012 show that the majority of graduates who could be surveyed are either in work, further study, work and study or volunteering.
Further information about DLHE is available on the Careers Service website.
What do Graduates do?
- SOAS Alumni Spotlight
- Prospects: What do graduates do
- What London Graduates do
- London Graduates Idea Generator
Job Profiles and Careers Information
- Occupational profiles for 600 career areas on Prospects
- Postgraduate study information and database on Prospects
- Country profiles: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand
- For more information about careers, visit Careers Tagged
- Association of South East Asian Nations
- Asia Web Guide
- Overseas Job Centre: South East Asia
- Africa & Asia Venture
- Jobs in Development: South East Asia
- Times Jobs & Careers in South East Asia
- UN Jobs: South East Asia
- Jobs Abroad Bulletin for South East Asia