As a graduate, you will be able to engage with the artists themselves as well as the economic and commercial players in the field. Furthermore, you have well developed analytical skills and you will be capable of examining issues from different angles. These are skills that employers generally appreciate.
Where do most bachelor graduates end up?
Former students of the International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies have found jobs at:
- cultural institutions, such as museums, theatres and festivals;
- production companies, such as architectural firms, fashion houses;
- theatre companies, orchestras and dance groups;
- intermediaries, such as PR agencies, impresarios and sponsoring agencies;
- governmental institutions, such as ministries and municipalities;
- media companies, working for radio, TV, magazines or newspapers.
During your Bachelor’s programme you will already start to work towards a future in the labour market as a cultural scholar. Every year the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication organizes Career Days, where you can meet graduates and the companies and/or institutions where they are employed now.