Art and Design
There are 71 courses in Art and Design covering subjects such as...
- Architecture / Landscape Architecture
- Art / Digital Arts
- Jewellery / Silversmithing
- Fashion / Fashion Retail
- Illustration / Animation
- Graphic Design / Visual Communication
- Product / Interior Design
- Design management
- Curatorial Practice
- Queer Studies
- Built Environment
There are 48 courses in Media and Communication covering subjects such as...
- Media and Communication
- Journalism (Broadcast / Online / International)
- Public Relations
- Radio / Audio / Music
- TV / Screen Media
- Film Production / Technology / Special Effects
- Games / Games Technology
- Web / New Media / Social MediaMultimedia Technology
- Cultural Policy
- Events and Exhibition Management
Music and Theatre
There are 42 courses in Music and Theatre covering subjects such as...
- Applied Theatre
- Dramatic Text
- Stage Management
- Theatre, Performance and Event Design
- Voice Practice
- Instrumental / Vocal Performance
- Popular Music
- Music Technology / Sound Engineering
- Music Industries / Music Business
Why choose us?
We enjoy superb links with industry and our graduates are among the most employable around – with the Sunday Times University Guide 2013 ranking us in the top 30 institutions in the UK for placing students in graduate-level jobs.
Students are at the heart of everything we do – our Student Academic Partners scheme teams up students and staff to find ways to make our teaching even better and has won a Times Higher Education Award for ‘Outstanding Student Support’.
Learning your way
We are committed to offering courses at levels and modes of study to suit everyone. As well as an excellent selection of full-time courses, there’s a range of part-time options, including evening and day release, leading to the same qualifications.
Our postgraduate courses allow you to build on existing knowledge or branch off in a new direction. We offer a broad range of specialist postgraduate courses and professional development programmes – from industry-accredited training to academic qualifications up to Master’s level.
The selection process
We want to make sure that you choose the right course for you, so we carefully consider your application to ensure your knowledge, experience and aspirations are suited for your chosen course.
For many courses we will also ask to see a portfolio, or call you for an interview or audition, which will provide you with a further opportunity for us to judge your suitability for the course, and for you to ensure the course is right for you.
Finding out more
If you have any queries, please see the contact details on each course page.
Our Open Days offer a great opportunity to see our facilities and meet with staff and current students – or catch us at one of the many events we attend in the UK and abroad.
To receive a regular newsletter tailored to your course choice, and your own personalised web page, you can register with us via BCYou. Simply select the subject(s) you are interested in by filling in our registration form.
Our prospectus offers information on all of our undergraduate courses, as well as providing a way to get a feel for the wider University, our teaching and facilities, and our fabulous home city.
Remember to continue visiting these pages throughout the year for the very latest on course content, entry requirements – and even new courses.