Poll: Do you agree that arts courses promote unrealistic career prospects to potential students?
Last week, Amanda Spielman, Ofsted’s chief inspector, said she believed arts and media courses stand out as offering the “greatest mismatch between the numbers of students taking the courses and the employment prospects at the end”, giving young people “false hope” about their future careers.
This week we’re asking: Do you agree that arts courses promote unrealistic career prospects to potential students?
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