Arts students at Oxford Brookes are well placed to pursue a variety of careers in the creative industries. The School Of Arts at Oxford Brookes brings together filmmakers, fine artists, graphic designers, musicians, photographers, journalists, publishers and beyond to form an inspiring, dynamic community of creatives. We work with our students to nurture their creative, professional and academic talents, and provide them with the opportunity to both broaden their horizons and specialise in areas of interest to them. Our School of Arts is the creative hub of the University of Roehampton. It offers a diverse range of courses in the areas of computing, dance, drama, film, journalism, linguistics and media – taught by academics at the cutting-edge of their subjects. Business, accounting, law, sports, health, social care, events, hospitality and performing arts.
- The partnership places an emphasis on diversity and access to participation and professional development opportunities within the creative sector.
- They provide a crucial link between the School, our students and global organisations.
- While your studies are a top priority, you will still want to make the most of everything else student life offers.
- We offer eight halls of residence options, ranging from on-campus to inner-city living.
Sunningwell School of Art has an active participation programme, sharing its’ expertise with people who would not otherwise have access to its’ services and facilities. Follow our social media channels and discover more about life at BCU, including what the University and city will offer you if you study here. Our students and staff have access to the vast range of resources and opportunities that being part of Birmingham City University offers, from Student Union societies and clubs, to careers fairs and employability workshops.
20: Open Call For Artists Expressions Of Interest
Whether you’re a computer scientist in the making, a budding journalist or have a passion for performance, our teaching facilities and learning resources can springboard you to success during your time at Roehampton. While your studies are a top priority, you will still want to make the most of everything else student life offers. This might be part of an assessed module or just something you would like to do for fun. Collaborations with students across different subjects is a good way to make more friends. The School of Arts are proud to run university wide initiatives such as The Documentary Club and the University Orchestra and Choir as well as many societies. The School of The Arts is a vibrant hub for learning, teaching, research and the creation of artistic outputs – with an exciting range of performance and production opportunities for students, staff and high-profile visiting artists.
Music graduate and current PhD student James Rushworth has secured a long-term role with cutting-edge dance music distribution company Label Worx following a successful internship. This invaluable industry experience has helped James to release his own original music. From classical and popular performance facilities to cutting-edge recording studios our music facilities cater for a breadth of musical interests.
Get in touch with us and learn more about our programmes and life in our vibrant community. Strengthen your performance skills and develop your technique. Create original ideas and learn the practical, hands-on skills to develop them as concepts. Education, humanities, art and natural and social sciences. We’ve spent millions on our music facilities which are some of the best in the country.
During trial lessons, parents must wait on the first floor. The Decolonising Arts Institute has launched the first of 2 open calls for artists across the UK to take part in the 20/20 project. Sunningwell School of Art is a thriving artist-led, visual arts charity with courses available in drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics taught in a friendly and appealing environment by professional art tutors.