The School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS) is a research-intensive learning-centred, and globally-engaged School that is working toward a sustainable multilingual and multicultural society. We teach and research new developments in the areas of applied linguistics, translation studies, literary studies, citizenship education, migration studies, sexuality/gender studies.
SALIS offers a multilingual and multicultural environment in which to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to study one or more of the following languages as part of the courses offered by SALIS: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish.
Future Proofing Language Graduate Skills at DCU
In recent years we’ve seen a lot of discussion about the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what it will mean for jobs in the future. A primary focus is on what jobs will be automated and what jobs will not and this of course permeates to what choices students should make regarding college courses and which skills are “future-proof”. These discussions are important to us in the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS for short) at DCU. We want to make sure that our graduates are equipped with a broad range of skills and competences so that they can be successful in the future, no matter what career path they chose.
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