Get inspired with purpose and passion
An Arts degree is part of your identity and a reflection of who you are. The diversity of subjects and people that you encounter will broaden your experience and ultimately change your outlook on life.
Nurture your passion
The experiences you have at UC College of Arts Rāngai Toi Tangata will transform your future direction. Our staff are here to support you to find and follow your passion.
Emily Barker, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Theory, and Psychology
‘... I’ve had the chance to get to know my own identity a lot better. I’ve discovered what’s important to me and what I value. That helps me to prioritise how I spend my time. Priorities are important, especially when there are so many options in front of you. Start off by doing what you love. That will get you interested and involved. Then you’ll either confirm that either yes, that is what you love – or you’ll find something else that you enjoy even more. Also, say yes to as many opportunities as you can. UC Arts is a great way to keep your options open.
It gives you huge scope for your future, and it teaches you creative ways of thinking which no technologies or robots will ever be able to do.’
Timothy Robson, studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations
‘[My Arts degree has] helped me find a passion. That’s not really taught at high school. Growth comes from finding something you enjoy and can see yourself doing long-term. A lot of people come into uni with preconceived ideas. I came here planning to do Law. But I’ve had the chance to really understand where my strengths lie and become a self driven learner. UC is the foundation – it’s the starting point of a journey’.
Max Farra, studying towards a BA in Political Science & International Relations & French & a Bachelor of Laws
‘A Bachelor of Arts from UC is a vibrant and recognised degree. It’s allowed me to follow each of my wide and varied passions. There’s a huge range of extracurricular opportunities and the chance to take on leadership roles. The choices here are limitless. I love it!’
The Student Advisors in the College of Arts can help with degree planning and special applications.