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Languages Courses

Would you like to study languages but you’re wondering how this choice will benefit you? Learning languages is rewarding because it provides personal growth and career opportunities. 

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Career options and possible career trajectory

LayersBroadcast journalist
LayersForeign language teacher
LayersInternational aid/development worker
LayersLogistics and distribution manager
LayersMarketing executive

Recommended Competencies

  • Good writing skills
  • Good reading skills
  • Interpretive listening and reading
  • Presentational reading and writing
  • Willingness to learn

Skills to learn next

  • Marketing
  • Business

Is studying a language simply about picking up a new vocabulary in a foreign lexicon?

You’ll also develop your understanding of the world and other cultures, since you’ll study the target culture in terms of film, literature, art, politics and history, too. In our globalised world where businesses expand internationally, there are numerous linguistic and intercultural challenges.

Being skilled in another language and possessing a sophisticated cultural awareness makes you a desirable employee because you can help bridge these types of communication barriers.

Want to get into hospitality, air travel or tourism? Think about how studying a language will benefit your career, since those sectors favour multilingual candidates. In many fields, such as education, customer services and healthcare, having a second or third language will give you a competitive edge over other candidates.

Do you want to improve your understanding of one of the 42 languages spoken in Kenya?
Skill up quickly with a local language course. You could acquire a useful skill like sign language, which is particularly helpful if you’re considering a career in education, healthcare or counselling.

Fascinated by languages and how our brains are able to acquire them from childhood? You could pursue a degree in linguistics, or take your studies all the way up to PhD level. And learning a language is great for your brain! Studies have shown that the process increases analytical and problem-solving skills – advantageous no matter what industry you find yourself in. 

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Is studying a language simply about picking up a new vocabulary in a foreign lexicon?

You’ll also develop your understanding of the world and other cultures, since you’ll study the target culture in terms of film, literature, art, politics and history, too. In our globalised world where businesses expand internationally, there are numerous linguistic and intercultural challenges.

Being skilled in another language and possessing a sophisticated cultural awareness makes you a desirable employee because you can help bridge these types of communication barriers.

Want to get into hospitality, air travel or tourism? Think about how studying a language will benefit your career, since those sectors favour multilingual candidates. In many fields, such as education, customer services and healthcare, having a second or third language will give you a competitive edge over other candidates.

Do you want to improve your understanding of one of the 42 languages spoken in Kenya?
Skill up quickly with a local language course. You could acquire a useful skill like sign language, which is particularly helpful if you’re considering a career in education, healthcare or counselling.

Fascinated by languages and how our brains are able to acquire them from childhood? You could pursue a degree in linguistics, or take your studies all the way up to PhD level. And learning a language is great for your brain! Studies have shown that the process increases analytical and problem-solving skills – advantageous no matter what industry you find yourself in.