Graduates of the British Cultural Studies MA programme can choose from a wide variety of careers that require the knowledge and set of skills that we teach. These include: teacher, university professor, researcher, journalist, content writer, copywriter, translator, reviewer, editor, librarian, cultural entrepreneur, NGO member, advisor/expert on various media product boards or in various public institutions (Parliament, government, governmental agencies, the European Commission), consultant on cultural identity-related issues, ambassador, diplomat, intermediary, video game narrative designer, localization specialist, and others. There are virtually unlimited opportunities for our graduates to embrace.
Find below descriptions of only a few of these career choices. Remember that graduates with training in the Humanities usually combine multiple jobs under different contractual forms. This provides a level of both flexibility and financial stability that is not very common in other fields.
- Teacher of English
- University Professor
- Content Writer (Journalist, Copywriter, Blog Writer etc.)
- Ambassador, Diplomat, Intermediary
- Editor, Reviewer
- Cultural Entrepreneur (TBA)
- Advisor, Expert, Consultant (TBA)
- Video Game Narrative Designer, Localization Specialist (TBA)
- more to be added soon