Tong, L., Kanjanarat, K., & Khan, S. (2023). Guidelines for Improving the Professional Quality of Fine Art Students at Guangxi Arts University. International Journal of Latest Research in Humanities and Social Science (IJLRHSS), 6(7), 240-253. https://www.ijlrhss.com.
Abstract: The purpose of this study is: 1) to understand the current situation and further needs of art majors for career training; 2) to investigate the problems and analyze the reasons from four aspects: professional skills, curriculum teaching, career development training and technological innovation. The object/sample of the study is 185 students majoring in fine arts in Guangxi Arts Institute. The research tools and programs are questionnaires and interviews. This study collects data through questionnaires and interviews. It was distributed and collected through “Questionnaire Star” and offline questionnaires. The data collected were processed and analyzed using SPSS statistical software with the aim of making a new guide and countermeasure study to further improve the career cultivation of art majors. Results Findings 1) Among the four dimensions of the career development guide, there is a discrete perception of different dimensions among art students. 2) Art students from different backgrounds have different views on the four dimensions of the career development guide, and their gender, reason for attending school, and grade level significantly affect the results. 3) The results of the survey are summarized in the following table.
Keywords: Career guide, Fine arts students’ current situation, Career development advice