Once you've successfully gained your Liberal Arts degree you may be wondering what to do next. How about ...
The BA Liberal Arts has been specifically designed to put you in a strong position to progress to study at MA level. Not only will you have a depth of knowledge in your major subject, but your breadth of experience across disciplines will allow you to make the take of cross-disciplinary approaches which figure heavily in MA programmes. The programme will allow you to progress to a range of MA programmes, depending on your major. This includes the range of MA degrees offered through the School of Law.
“Communication is a key skill. Having the ability to communicate at all levels is vital to conveying the messages in business”.
John Vernon, Associate, Ernst and Young
“Clarity of thought and clarity of speech is very important”.
Mark Soundy, Partner, at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Communication skills are central to your future career success. The BA Liberal Arts requires you to think and communicate across disciplines, and so enables you to reflect on and hone your communication skills for different audiences. Combine that with the optional internship module in year two, and the semester abroad, and you are developing a range of skills and competencies which will enable you to be competitive in a range of careers.
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The College has an active alumni community
, with over 90,000 members, and a range of opportunities and benefits. You can read more about some former King’s Arts and Humanities students
, and how their degrees went on to shape their careers on our alumni pages.