UK Liberal Arts Courses
Introduction to Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts is one of the oldest areas of study in the world, encompassing areas of social sciences (history, law, economics), life sciences (chemistry, physics, geology) and humanities (art, linguistics, ethics). Liberal Arts degrees are often interdisciplinary and many offer you the chance to plot your own path of study. There is a freedom in Liberal Arts which is not found in other degree programmes and this can lead to a wide variety of possible career options.
Careers in Liberal Arts
A Liberal Arts degree will prepare you for work in a wide variety of sectors due to the depth of knowledge you acquire across a range of subjects. Graduates can expect to find positions in teaching, publishing, marketing, international relations, government, media, law and much more.
Liberal Arts UK Entry Requirements
- Undergraduate Entry Requirements
- Successful completion of minimum one year's Bachelor’s from a recognized university with a minimum 65%.
- Postgraduate Entry Requirements
- Applicants with a four-year undergraduate degree (for example, BA/BSC Hons) can apply for direct entry onto a postgraduate course.
- 2:2 Honors Degree or Above
- 4 year BA/BSc with min 2.5 GPA or MA/MSc 2nd Division (min 62.5% following a 2 year BA/BSc).
- 2:1 honors degree or above
- 4 year BA/BSc with min 3.0 GPA or MA/MSc 1st Division (above 75% following a 2 year BA/BSc)
- Typical A-levels requirements: AAB.
- 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in writing and speaking
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university. If you are interested in learning more about Entry Requirements, arrange your free consultation today
Where can I study Liberal Arts in the UK?
Learn more about the best Liberal Arts universities in the UK below:
- University of Birmingham
- Bristol University
- Durham University
- University of Exeter
- University of Kent
- King’s College London
- University of Leeds
- University of Surrey
- University of Winchester