i do believe music is considered part of "arts" degrees which i said humainties degrees came lowest after. i really think only top 10 universities are worth studying at for humanities and arts. it is true that certain specialised vocational degrees can be restrictive if the person wants to change career direction later on, but so long as you can show relevance and transferable skills then it really wont be that much of a problem. besides i do think that greenwich and uel are probably the best located universities in london for anyone wishing to do something like events management, with the dome, canary wharf, excell centre as well as the olympics there isnt going to be shortages of work over the next decade. plus there is always demand for events staff at the major corporate hotels such as the hilton, marriot etc.