Our graduates have become theatre producers, literary managers, community theatre officers for local councils, theatre journalists, authors, scriptwriters for television, teachers, stand-up comedians, directors, event managers, drama teachers, performers and actors.
We help students to develop the creative competence they need to succeed in a future career in specific arts professions as well as the wider creative industries. We host numerous career and employability related events and opportunities including:
Discover what Arts graduates did next.
We caught up with Matthew Hoss, who studied BA Drama & Theatre Studies with Classical and Archaeological studies. After completing his BA, he went on to complete his MA in Stand-up Comedy. Hear what he’s been up to since graduating.
Film graduate, Marcus Brooker, tells us about what he’s been up to since leaving Kent in 2019, which includes a very personal documentary following his father’s illness.
You automatically become part of our alumni community when you leave the University. Please stay in touch!
As you take your first steps into a career, Kent is here to provide you with help and support.
The Employability Points Scheme rewards students for their active involvement in co-curricular activities by providing experience of work.
Follow the Arts and Humanities page on LinkedIn to find out more about our alumni community at Kent, and keep up to date with the latest news.