Birmingham School of Art uses knowledge and creativity to drive transformation; for our School, moving forwards is everything.
Being a student at Birmingham School of Art you will join a community of learners who are all creative thinkers and makers. This community is something at the heart of the School and which exists both within and outside of the individual courses through Night School, Film Club, Knitting Club, the Angry Margaret Protest Choir and the public programme of events which are organised by staff and students.
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.
Our Foundation Years offer you an additional year of study to ensure successful progression to your chosen degree.View courses
Find out about our range of undergraduate courses, including Fine Art and Art and Design.View courses
Take a look at our postgraduate options at the School of Art.View courses
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.
To check out the facilities for yourself, book your place onto an Open Day.
The best way to explore what's on offer is to come and see us in person at one of our Open Days.Book your place
Check out our blog where we share the latest exhibitions, work and events from the School.Read more
Find out what's been going on in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media this month.Round-up
Take a look around some of the facilities, studios and workshops that you’ll have access to.Take a look
Our staff at the School of Art are practicing artists, designers and writers.Our staff
Birmingham's Art Scene
The city boasts numerous independent and high-profile galleries that you’d be able to interact, exhibit and build relationships with.Start exploring
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.Portfolio tips