Mate you need to be informed a graduate job requires a 2:1 in most cases with an English Degree at 2:1 from a decent university the job opportunities a endless obvious cannot be a doctor but Law, IB, Consultancy, etc can be possible careers, because most of this is learnt on the job not in a degree, however a degree relative to the Jobs I've stated is sufficient but not necessary..........
(Original post by Transcendence)
But if your art degree leads back to teaching, that is like having a subject for the sake of it, because it's only use is to teach it...
There are business applications for art in general, but TBH: if you can draw/design with the aid of a computer well, then your artwork will be accepted whether you have a degree or not.
Everything is subjective.. So that doesn't really help.
Maths and Science are more likely to get you a high-earning job, however... Because again; subjects like English are not required to be say: an author (which I would say is the highest-earning job that stems from English)
Last edited by hannah60000; 24-06-2012 at 21:40.
Love how everyone is looking at some of the best universities who's to say that you will get into them. Most uni's will except these A levels so anyone that is aiming for Cambridge or Oxford are going to say that these subjects are "soft" and are going to be arrogant and snobby about their subject that they have picked. So stop worrying about it and focus on subjects you enjoy and want to do in the future regardless if they are so called soft. If your that worried or your aiming for a top 10 uni then have a mixture.
This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
Last edited by SteveDawson; 24-06-2012 at 22:17.