Thanks to the acquisition of advanced language competence and a deep knowledge of the areas of Cultural Studies and Educational Linguistics, graduates from the programme in Language Sciences and Cultural Studies for Special Needs develop an innovative profile that makes them suitable to respond to the needs of the labour market in several areas.
In particular, they may find employment in sectors undergoing deep changes such as those concerning the inclusion of individuals with special needs in the field of education and the adoption of non-traditional teaching methodologies and environments, as well as in the field of text accessibility in traditional and digital publishing companies.
Graduates will also develop a profile suitable for employment in international agencies, NGO’s and other entities which require skills as described above.
Possible professional profiles include:
- Inclusive language education experts
- Language teachers
- Language experts and editors for traditional and digital publishing houses
- Linguists and philologists