Our graduates are valued for their intellectual flexibility and creativity and get jobs in the public and private sectors, in non-governmental and not-for profit realms, and as self-employed freelancers.
Career pathways will depend on your degree focus. Some graduates work in areas like education, publishing, and writing. Theatre, film, and television are also possibilities, as is the GLAM sector (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums).
Our graduates are also present in equity and advocacy, environmental services, urban development, foreign affairs and diplomacy, arts entrepreneurship, therapeutic practice, local and national politics, policy and governance, public relations and communications, advertising, technology and digital services, and community engagement.
Find out more about what you can do with a degree in Cultural Studies.