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Linguistics degrees teach students about the nature of language and communication. Future graduates explore topics like grammar, syntax and phonetics, and discover the history and evolution of language. They also develop communication, analytical, research, and critical thinking skills. Some of the most popular Linguistics jobs are Linguistics professor, foreign language teacher, diplomat, text-to-speech developer, sociolinguist, etc.

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Explore over 1273 English-taught Bachelor’s degrees in Linguistics from top universities and colleges worldwide. Find out about what yoy should expect to learn during a Linguistics degree. Compare your options and pick the best Bachelor's in Linguistics offered by international universities and colleges.