Career prospects

Possible occupations

  • Consultant in art education for a heritage organisation
  • Programme developer for the media industry
  • Cultural policy-maker for the government
  • Festival organiser
  • Webmaster at a museum
  • Journalist for a newspaper or magazine
  • Researcher at a university or research institute
  • Tourist destination developer

In which fields do our students find work?

Alumni of Arts and Culture Studies work in different fields. For example, they work in culture, heritage and literature. But they also work in other sectors, such as marketing and communication and education.

Continuing your studies

After obtaining your Bachelor's degree you can enter the labor market. However, most students opt for a Master's degree. Obtaining a Master's degree gives you several advantages, including increasing your career opportunities. With a Bachelor's degree in Arts and Culture Studies at Radboud University you can progress to:

English-taught programmes such as:

Dutch-taught programmes such as:


Labor market orientation: put your degree to work!

To prepare you for the job market, Radboud University offers various forms of labor market orientation, so that you can start planning your future during your studies.

One of your minor courses will be dedicated to developing individual ideas for your career, for instance by interviewing professionals. Every faculty also has a Career Service, where you can go with questions about labor market orientation. They offer career advice interviews and skills training, among other things. You can also contact them if you want to gain a few months of practical experience by doing an internship.