A new study (PDF, 700kb) by PricewaterhouseCoopers and London Economics suggests that male arts graduates with good A-levels…

“…are likely to earn 4 per cent less over their lifetimes than if they had decided not to go to university”

Interesting, but I think we need to see more robust analysis. Which arts degrees, from Fine Art through to Product Design, are the ones likely to cause graduates the most loss of earnings? And earnings from doing what exactly after graduation, since most arts students don’t ever enter the creative industries profession for which they trained?