‘Creative’ and more vocationally focused degrees in this sector come in for a bit of flack, but are they valued by employers...
What are the career prospects for graduates?
What are the secrets to getting into these courses, which are often fiercely competitive?
How can you keep your options open and avoid fencing yourself in? (By studying music jointly with business, say).
The Telegraph is also lookinging to speak to people who studied 'creative' degrees at university to find out how it all turned out for them If you'd like to speak to them, PM me!
Can you relate?