There is a persistent idea that a generalist degree, such as a Bachelor of Arts, is less likely to land you a job when compared to a specific qualification. This is personified by the stereotypical arts student as a directionless young person who has chosen to explore sprawling and eclectic subjects with no clear outcomes. This was […] … learn more→
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Why arts degrees and other generalist programs are the future of Australian higher education
Could you sell your students to an employer in 30 seconds?
Students and employers alike need to know what makes them distinctive if they studied at a particular university. The issue becomes particularly pointed if they studied in a specialist field such as creative arts, which is why we at the University of the Arts London are developing a memorable summary of what is special about […] … learn more→