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5 Things to Know Before Pursuing a College Degree in Music

If your entire high school career has been about band, choir or orchestra, then chances are that you're considering pursuing music at the collegiate...

Why Study Philosophy in Australia

Australian philosophy programmes are well-respected globally. We spoke to Mark Colyvan and Alan Hájek, professors in Philosophy about the structure of these programmes. We...

5 Smart Ways to Make the Most of a Humanities Degree

How to make the most of a humanities degree Humanities, or liberal arts, majors get a bad rep. Many people believe that a degree in...

Why Study Creative Writing?

Creative Writing courses are growing in popularity, particularly within the UK. The study of Creative Writing offers students a wide skillset which can attract a...

Top 4 Industries That Hire Communications Majors

Whether you've recently graduated from college or you plan on making a career change in the near future, finding the right major is essential. Communications...

How To Study History at University

Studying history is one of the best ways to understand where we are, and how we got there. Let face it, we're living in interesting...

5 International Careers in Photography

Photography is often seen as a hobby rather than a worthwhile career path. Yet there are so many careers for photographers to explore, each of...

How to Present Your Art in Portfolios and Exhibitions

As an art student, you present your works at various times in your emerging art career. How you prepare your work for presentation depends on...

5 Tips on How to Read Big Books at University

These novels sit proudly on bookcases all around the world. George Elliot's Middlemarch (904 pages), Herman Melville's Moby Dick (635 pages), Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace (1,225 pages),...

Why Study Acting Abroad? A Drama Student’s Perspective

Camilo Lascano Tribin is an Australian student who has recently been selected to study acting at Atlantic, a prestigious New York drama school. He...

Why Study History at University

History can give you versatile skills for both life and work, whilst teaching you how to maintain society’s ‘collective memory’. Aristotle once said that to...

What It Takes to Be a Music Major

Professor of Music, Louis A Menchaca talks about the top qualities he looks for in a music major: Through the years, I have recruited...

Why Study Art History?

Learn why the study of art history is important and where it can lead you. In a financial climate where the arts and humanities are...

Is a Music Teaching Career for You?

Teaching is a richly rewarding profession, and music is a powerful medium of expression. If you have musical talent and ability, then teaching music...