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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.

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.

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The school is a vibrant community of extremely talented staff and students, who collaborate to craft some incredibly creative work. The Gulbenkian Centre is home to two main performance spaces, workshops and design studios and our newly-refurbished Middleton Hall offers high-quality spaces for rehearsal and public performances at the University. Our excellent facilities include state-of-the-art recording studios, the world-class Middleton Hall concert venue and media labs. We’re also one of the few universities in the UK to have a fully working, professionally licensed theatre, The Gulbenkian Centre. The school is treasured for its nurturing and inclusive atmosphere, by all those who attend classes in one of its’ three bustling studios.

  • The School of The Arts at the University of Hull is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary, arts community which specialises in the creative industries, drama, film, game and graphic design, media, music and music production.
  • Connectivity- Creative connections networking; physical; environmental; industrial and spiritual connections; global inter-dependency and sustainability.
  • Education, humanities, art and natural and social sciences.
  • Digital Media research at Hull is wide ranging and diverse covering topics from social media to e-learning.

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. We are 1 university, made up of 6 Colleges and 19,000+ students from everywhere. Our Foundation Years offer you an additional year of study to ensure successful progression to your chosen degree.

Diverse Environments Aid Creativity

Many leading industry practitioners studied here and the school’s academics are all experts in their fields. We offer courses in drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics – all taught in a friendly atmosphere by professional art tutors in the delightful village of Sunningwell near Abingdon in Oxfordshire. From disability and mental health support to CV and job interview training, BCU ensures you have all you need during your time here – and beyond – to succeed and flourish in your studies and career.

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The School of Arts is a central hub for activity across anthropology, archaeology, film, music, philosophy and theatre at the University of Bristol. Our school has a lively research culture and holds a high esteem both nationally and internationally. Most of the programmes are taught in Dutch, but LUCA offers six full-English MA programmes on its campuses in Brussels and Leuven.