Studying for a degree in Irish at Queen‘s will assist students in developing the core skills and employment-related experiences that are valued by employers, particularly in a world where critical thinking, cross-cultural awareness and communication skills are at a premium.
Teaching in Irish-Medium education is a popular option for our graduates, who enter the profession after a postgraduate conversion course (PGCE) in education at Queen‘s.
Our graduates have also pursued careers in a wide range of sectors, including academic research, translation at home and in the EU, broadcasting and the media, and the Civil Service.
Irish at Queen‘s has links with a number of employers including the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL), the BBC, Irish Language Broadcast Fund and other media companies. An Gúm, Foras na Gaeilge and other schools and community groups in Belfast provide opportunities for placements for students.
LANGUAGES GRADUATE NAMED IN FORBES LIST OF 30 UNDER 30 (GAMES)
Christopher has been named in the 2016 Forbes List of 30 under 30. Christopher is First Officer at Indie MEGABOOTH and co-founder of Indies Workshop which helps showcase the work of independent game developers at game conventions around the world.
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