Set yourself apart with a degree in the liberal arts…
Benefits of a liberal arts education
Exposing students to a broad range of units at undergraduate level provides the opportunity to foster intellectual and personal development before pursuing vocational specialisation. This helps students to make a more informed choice about their career path and future-proof their professional lives.
A typical liberal arts graduate will complete further studies to obtain the technical skills they need for a particular profession. In this way, they can build on their foundational degree, specialising as and when needed rather than investing considerable time and money on what may end up being a relatively short-lived career. Increasingly, employers are reporting that they are prioritising ‘soft’ skills gained in a liberal arts degree – like critical thinking, problem solving and effective communication skills – over university qualifications when recruiting recent graduates.
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