Did you Know...?
60% of the UK's leaders have humanities, arts or social science degrees
Graduates of degrees in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences possess unique skills, with the result that they are employed in sectors as diverse as media to IT.
At this event you will find out about the broad range of degrees available in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and you will hear about the subjects and grades you need at GCSE and A Level (or equivalent) to gain entry to the degrees, and also the careers options open to you. You will also have the opportunity to chat informally to staff and current students from all of the degrees.
|7pm-7.10pm||Welcome and Overview|
Subject talks (optional)
7.15pm-7.45pm; 8pm-8.30pm; 8.45pm-9.15pm
Staff and students from all of the degrees, as well as Admissions,
will be available in the Whitla Hall throughout the evening
Subject areas within Arts Humanities and Social Sciences include:
|Accounting||Criminology||International Business with a Language||Philosophy|
|Actuarial Science and Risk Management||Drama Studies||Irish||Politics|
|Audio Engineering||Film||Linguistics||Social Work|
|Business Economics||French||Music and Audio Production||Spanish|
|Business Management||History||Music and Sound Design||Theology|