We know money isn’t everything, but it’s pretty damn important.
Now we’re not saying don’t follow your dreams or anything like that. After all, your passion for something will often outweigh the financial benefits on offer.
The reality is though, if you’re spending thousands on your time at university, you’ll want to see some kind of return on your investment.
These figures are taken from a recent study based on graduates five years after leaving their course.
Historical & Philosophical Studies – £25,547
Social Studies (Excluding Economics) – £24,819
Biological Sciences – £24,536
Combined (Joint Honours) – £24,520
Education – £24,385
English Studies – £23,906
Psychology – £22,399
Communications (Including Media Studies, Journalism and Publishing) – £22,293
Agriculture and related subjects – £21,989
Creative Arts & Design – £20,085
Anyone else feeling pretty crappy about their life choices right now?