Creative arts degrees are great for your career

A new report from the Creative Industries Policies and Evidence Centre finds that, contrary to popular belief, having a creative arts degree gives you a great start.

With the government’s persistent focus on ‘value for money’ in the HE sector, and numerous reports declaring creative arts and design degrees ‘low quality’, you could be forgiven for thinking that taking a creative degree at university leads to destitution and ruin.

But new research from the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) demonstrates that if, as Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson suggests, “the purpose of education is to give people the skills they need to get a good and meaningful job”, then creative higher education is exceling.

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