Artist John Sloan said, “Though a living cannot be made at art, art makes life worth living.” It is this fact which has driven millions of students to study arts and humanities subjects, focussing their attention on painting, literature or history.
Though such subjects may not offer as clear cut a career path as sciences, the wide ranging and transferable skills gained have equipped many graduates with more than enough to succeed in the professional world. Read our guides to find out what studying these subjects entails, and to where they could lead.
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