Why study Arts and Humanities with The Open University?
Engage with other students across the globe with a qualification in arts and humanities from The Open University. You can study a wide range of subjects, with the opportunity to specialise in one or two disciplines to suit your interests or needs. Alongside the opportunity to develop key, transferrable skills, the OU can offer you:
- Undergraduate modules informed and developed as a result of our world-class research.
- A broad and exciting range of topics and themes in specific subject areas, providing you with new perspectives on culture, society and humanity.
- The opportunity to join the largest and most diverse faculty at the OU, with some 50,000 students on arts and social sciences courses.
Careers in Arts and Humanities
A qualification in arts and humanities will help in sharpening your IT skills, writing and ability to think independently. In today’s competitive job market, these key skills are greatly sought after in the world beyond study – whether you’re already working, volunteering or changing career.
Arts and humanities could lead to a career in:
- Creative and cultural industries
- Legal work
- Politics/local government