Adapt to change

Arts RDU Internship

Study at UC to strengthen your social intelligence and learn skills that you’ll need to thrive in a rapidly changing world. We’ll prepare you for the jobs that didn’t exist 10 years ago; and jobs not created yet.

Transferable skills

We round out core subject teaching with the technical skills (e.g. report writing, presentation and communication skills) and social intelligence (leadership and the ability to organise and mobilise people) needed to thrive in a word that is rapidly changing. We ready you to solve new and as yet unknown problems. We prepare you for the jobs that didn’t exist 10 years ago; and the jobs that have yet to be created.

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What sort of skills are you learning?

‘Formal writing, research skills and the ability to see the big picture. You’re always thinking critically and looking for connections between different areas. With a BA, you get to develop a lot of skills that can be applied in different contexts.’
Timothy Robson, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations, minoring in Classics

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What is the biggest strength of studying Arts?

‘In an Arts degree you learn so many transferable skills. I’m part of a business-oriented club called Global China Connection (GCC). I’m the only Arts student there, but the skills I’ve learned still got me in. When you cultivate adaptable skills like thinking outside the box, taking initiative and problem-solving you can apply them to any kind of interest or career.
...I started challenging myself to go outside my comfort zone and as a result I’ve become a lot more confident. I thought UC would be scary because it’s so big, but actually the opposite was true. It’s a safe place where you can grow, develop and find out who you are.’
Rachel Liao, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations, French, and Chinese

Student Advisors

The Student Advisors in the College of Arts can help with degree planning and special applications.