Studying the Arts and Humanities (Express yourself (Used to heal trauma…
Studying the Arts and Humanities
Gives you the ability to develop your own interpretations and ideas
Become more independently minded
Broader cultural knowledge to implement into all fields
Thinking outside of the box
Used to heal trauma both personal and national e.g. Grenfell and Manchester
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Be able to communicate your ideas
Helps improve your essay writing skills (an essential in university)
You can actually make money!
Added £5.2bn to the UK Economy in 2013
IBM & Google look specifically for humanities graduates for their critical thinking
Understanding the world around us
"In science, when human behavior enters the equation, things go nonlinear. That's why Physics is easy and Sociology is hard." - Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Understand the cultural context of your scientific research
Shows the change in time - peoples thoughts and opinions
Pythagoras is always a^2+b^2=c^2, but attitudes change throughout history
See different perspectives
Become more open minded
Fosters free speech and democracy
Fosters creativity in people
Extends their knowledge
Expand your career options
Graduates in Arts and Hum tend to have broader and transferable skills
Help enrich your future careers!
Read this article about Harvard Medical School implementing arts and culture into their courses
Massive crossover here - including Adorno, Freud and you can even takes courses like
Psychology of Music!
Art and Maths are related on a number of levels, a point which Da Vinci knew and used to become one of the most significant artists and mathematicians in history
Chemistry can save our art history!