If you are particularly skilled in a sport or hobby, you may find specialist employment in appropriate settings at various times of the year, e.g, doing a ski season will provide access to snowsports. If your skills relate to teaching, you could explore opportunities related to this. Similarly, there may be opportunities relate to the discipline you have studied that you want to practice.
Spending time abroad is an excellent way of learning a language as well as experiencing the culture. You could attend a private language school as part of a fee paying group or you could 'pick up a language' by daily living, eg, through bar work.
Organised schemes provide help and support for those able to to work between 3 - 12 months
Teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL)
Many graduates consider teaching English as a foreign language. Project include:
Time out in the UK : what could I do?
As well as benefiting others, the skills and experience you gain can also enhance your CV. Further information on voluntary work is available in the Volunteering section.