Subject areas in Creative Arts

The School of Creative Arts offer innovative and challenging undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in:

Learn from professionals

Industry professionals teach on our courses as visiting lecturers and provide valuable input. This keeps our courses up to date with industry developments, making the content fresh and forward looking.

All courses are industry focused, with students undertaking live projects and work experience.

You will work directly with tutors in studios and workshops, supplemented by lectures and seminars.

Postgraduate study

Many of our undergraduate students continue their studies with us choosing to specialise further with a postgraduate degree.

We have a community of graduates undertaking MAs and research degree.

More about postgraduate study in the School of Creative Arts.

Your learning environment

The majority of learning takes place in our School facilities on the College Lane campus.

Each workshop area has a team of technical officers who are on hand to provide support. You will be able to access workshops to experiment with materials and processes.

Our exceptional study facilities including Learning Resources Centres which are open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.


studynet, the University's virtual learning environment is used for peer learning, module information and research.

Find out more about studynet

How to apply


Apply online on the UCAS website if you are interested in studying on one of our undergraduate courses.


Find out more about applying for a postgraduate degree.