Complex problem solving. Critical thinking. Creativity.
These qualities are projected to be the top three most highly sought after work skills by 2020*, making Arts graduates uniquely equipped to thrive in the jobs of the future.
You can tailor your degree to study what you love and pursue a creatively challenging career with over 40+ study areas across teaching, social sciences, humanities and music.
Combine career and passion
Legal Officer at Naval Group
Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts (French Studies and Politics and International Relations)
"My main research interests are in French Foreign Policy and conflict in the Middle East. I find working in the defence industry for a French company very appealing. Given that I speak French, I am involved in the cultural side of the business, for example I run weekly French lessons for our staff."
Make an impact
Elly Cleggett, Arts Student
Internship with Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec), Sydney
"I had the opportunity to work on some really exciting projects, such as working on a draft of an education report aimed at highlighting some of the significant barriers Aboriginal children in out-of-home care faced when in schools, and making suggestions for supporting these children to achieve their best. It felt great to be given the responsibility which allowed me to develop practical skills in a work environment."