Languages and culture
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Learning from leaders
Considering post grad study?
- Europa languages portal – Official information about languages from the European Union
- One Voice For Languages - Academic organisation lobbying for increased awareness of the valvue of languages
- www.eujobs.ie - Department of the Taoiseach webpage dedicated to supporting Irish citizens interested in pursuing a career in the EU institutions
- The Green Book: An Irish Intern's Guide to living and working in BrusselsThe 2015/16 edition of the ever-popular European Movement for Ireland publication
- Irish Association of Translators and Interpreters
- Irish Association for Applied Linguistics
Languages and culture careers advice
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gradireland Do Ghairm le Gaeilge and Your career with Irish
Discover the options that your knowledge of the Irish language can provide you with in this accessible, informative and practical guide. Available in Irish and English Fluency in our native language opens up a whole range of opportunities in different sectors, from the public to private sector. Explore what opportunities exist in the dynamic Irish language media sector or see where your knowledge of the language can take you within the public sector. Why not take Irish abroad and work as a translator with the European Union? Whatever your interest, Irish is relevant and applicable across a great many areas, find out how it can help boost your career prospects. Download our guide in English here or in Irish here.
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