Once you’ve completed your Spanish degree you’ll likely be fluent in that language.
That means you’ll not only be able to apply for jobs in the UK – but also in the many Spanish-speaking countries across the world.
There is always a big demand for interpreters and translators, and teachers both in Spanish and English as a second language.
Your skills will also be sought in business roles where being bilingual is an important asset. Business and politics roles generally command high salaries.
Finally, it’s important that while you work on your Spanish fluency, and master the art of communication, you also develop other employability skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and project management.