The School is interdisciplinary in nature and our graduates pursue careers in a wide range of professions in countries around the world.
Whether you know where you’re heading or are looking for ideas, you can find inspiration from our alumni – we certainly do.
Discover what these School of European Culture and Languages graduates did next.
Emily Cook studied English Language and Linguistics at Kent, graduating in 2015. She is now a freelance writer and broadcast journalist.
Fanoula Grekos studied French and Spanish at Kent, graduating in 2001. She is now Head of Strategy, Planning and Communication at Barclays.
Barbara Ortner studied English and German, graduating in 1979. She is now Head of Market Reporting at a major international company.
Sir Kazuo Ishiguro graduated in 1978 with a degree in English and Philosophy. A celebrated author, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2017.
Ellie studied French and Italian and graduated in 2018. She is now working as a Graduate Project Manager in the construction industry.
Harry studied Comparative Literature and graduated in 2017. He is now a publicist and has led campaigns for music, comedy, live experience, book tours and film.
You automatically become a member of our alumni community when you leave the University. We would love to stay in touch!
As you take your first steps into a new career, Kent is here to provide you with help and support, with a range of initiatives to guide you.
The Employability Points Scheme rewards students for their active engagement with co-curricular activities and with experiences of work.