From working in sustainability management, foreign affairs or research, to being a performing musician, historian, diplomat, editor, journalist, political advisor, or translator, Monash Arts graduates find careers in a wide range of fields.
- Skills crafted in an arts degree are becoming increasingly sought after by employers. Often referred to as transferable skills, these include written and oral communication, the ability to research and analyse information from different perspectives, develop a convicing argument, adapt to change and work as part of a team. Demand for such skills is constantly ... Read more
- Here are some scenarios of major events in which our graduates work. You may be surprised to see where a Monash Arts degree can take you! A Music Festival Let’s take the famous Glastonbury Festival in the UK. It’s been running since 1970 and each year 150,000 people from around the world converge at Worthy Farm in southwest ... Read more
- Wondering where a Bachelor of Arts might lead you? The possibilities are endless. See where studying Arts at Monash has taken some of our most prominent graduates. Fiona Balfour Business consultant Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 1980 Read more Peter Costello Former Australian politician Bachelor of Arts, 1982 Read more Carolyn Creswell Founder of Carmans Fine Foods Bachelor of Arts, 1995 Tony D’Aloisio AM Former Chairman of the Australian Securities and ... Read more