Artists are often stereotyped as being overly "right brained". In other words, artists are often perceived as being very emotional and creative, but lacking skills in reasoning and logic.
However, for struggling artists and students who want to tap more into the left side of their brain, they would do well to enroll into a Business School. Fine arts graduates don't all have to be artists. There are other kinds of job opportunities and doing postgraduate business courses can complement a person's artistic knowledge too. Some jobs that mix both fine arts and business include becoming an advertiser, graphic designer, art curator and art investor.
These jobs combine both creative skills with business skills. An art curator, for instance, may organize an art exhibition such as the Klimt exhibitions 2012 in Vienna. Apart from using more of their brain, artists who go to business school are more able to figure out ways to make money in the industry, which is often more difficult for struggling artists who are ignorant of business acumen.