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Film Studies at the University of Hull offer PhD degrees in areas including television, American cinema, animation, horror and adaptation studies. RESEARCH IN ENGLISH A vibrant, exciting community of world-leading academics, novelists, poets and playwrights working across disciplines to produce prize-winning research with real-world impact. RESEARCH IN ARTS The School brings together expertise in drama, film, music, sonic arts, and arts management and cultural policy. Community- Building creative communities of practice; local; national; international; virtual and physical communities to support inspire and live well. Blackpool School of Arts teaches divergent thinking, this will give you practical skills and digital competencies you need to take with you into the creative industries.

We offer eight halls of residence options, ranging from on-campus to inner-city living. You can take a virtual tour of each accommodation option to find the one for you. Get to know the facilities at our Birmingham School of Art’s Margaret Street campus. From industry-standard machinery in metal, wood and print, to our studio spaces and media suite, everything you need will be at your fingertips from day one. Develop your own creative ideas and study alongside respected academics, researchers and practitioners in the creative arts. Hull Drama students enjoy unprecedented access to theatre-making facilities.

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You will also have access to careers advice, work placements, paid and voluntary work opportunities and career mentoring. The School Of Arts is proud to have a strong partnership with Modern Art Oxford. The partnership places an emphasis on diversity and access to participation and professional development opportunities within the creative sector. A range of initiatives including an internship scheme for Oxford Brookes BA Fine Art students provides a platform for the next generation of creative professionals. Our courses combine the academic rigour of traditional programmes with professional development components in a creative setting. They nurture and build independent thinkers who think critically and produce innovative work.

  • The Design Museum celebrates the work of Bethany Williams and her studio’s new way of working for the fashion industry in this free display.
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  • Exploration and application of practical skills and various media.
  • You can take a virtual tour of each accommodation option to find the one for you.
  • At Roehampton, we place immense value on community and creativity.

Drama at Hull has a strong reputation for world-leading and internationally excellent research. Digital Media research at Hull is wide ranging and diverse covering topics from social media to e-learning. C150 academic and support staff supplemented with a number of professional tutors and teaching assistants, the School of Arts, English and Languages boasts excellent, award-winnning teaching and leading research. From building creative confidence to training professionally for a career in performing arts, SOTA can help you to achieve your goal.

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Facilities Explore our studios, social spaces and teaching rooms.What’s on? Keep up-to-date with all the latest news and events.Get in touch Contact us if you have any questions or queries.Visit us You’re welcome to come and meet us anytime. As a creative community with great heritage, the School Of Arts is preparing you for this new landscape through the provision of education, knowledge and choices. We’re opening up an entire world that takes you on a journey, whether this is towards further study or working in a national or international sphere.

Exploration and application of practical skills and various media. A group exhibition of new works by artists JMCAnderson, Brooke Palmieri, Paula Turmina and Catriona Whiteford. Chat to a student Arrow Right Got questions about studying with us? To support your application you will be asked to submit, or bring in, a portfolio. We’ve put together a range of useful tips and guidance to help you build one. The best way to explore what’s on offer is to come and see us in person at one of our Open Days.