Graduates in Fine Art and Art History find employment in a diverse range of careers, from teaching to professional practice, working in museums to art therapy. We’ll help you find your niche and train for it with flexible internships.
Fine Art at Plymouth opens up all sorts of career routes including professional art practice, exhibition curating, teaching and education, gallery administration, restoration, community art projects, artists' residencies, and working in a wide range of the creative industries such as animation, music videos, film and special effects.
Prepare for a successful career with an internship. Thanks to the flexibility of the course, you can do it during term time or over the summer – whatever suits you. Our students have recently interned at Tate Britain, Sotheby’s, the National Trust, Plymouth Arts Centre, Peninsula Arts and the Wallace Collection.
Over 80 per cent of our graduates are working or undertaking further study after six months.