|Location||United Kingdom, Margaret Str, Birmingham School of Art|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||£12,000.00 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
IELTS: 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each band)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
A relevant portfolio is required.
applicant is required to submit a portfolio
This art and design undergraduate degree course covers the practice and theory of contemporary design, art and craft media. You will work on studio and live projects to develop your own practice, whether photography, installation, print, digital media, sculpture, illustration, curatorial practice, textiles, drawing, sound, graphic design, public art and three-dimensional design.
This highly flexible, practice-based course gives you the freedom to explore a range of art and design approaches, and uncover your creative strengths and inspirations. Live, collaborative and professional practice modules encourage you to identify appropriate contexts for practice, as well as developing your networks, practical experience, and understanding of careers in the creative industries. There are also opportunities for placements, student exchanges and other experiential activities.
Our graduates have gone on to set up their own businesses, progress with further study, or work with known brands such as Channel 4, Doll and IKON. Others succeed in careers ranging from design and media, to sales and teaching.
Teaching focuses on the acquisition of research and practical skills. This includes workshop induction, a broad range of projects and an understanding of the course focus on responsive practices both in the studio and beyond. It is important that students gain an understanding of a range of working methodologies in the studio and beyond. This is supported by an introduction to research and writing skills, with all students learning to develop their ideas through practice and research.
Second year involves the application of collaborative, live and experiential modules, which promote breadth and potential career research. In this year, students have recently worked collaboratively with Associated Architects, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Eastside Projects, Birmingham Central Library and Dudley Zoo. Students have also used the Professional Practice modules in this year to explore potential future careers, set up their own business or study abroad.
You will explore the synthesis of skills in a broad variety of media, applied to real and public contexts. Recent projects have included students working in a prison with issues of creativity and confinement, explorations into the demolition of Birmingham’s old central library and a fashion shoot/pop-up shop for the RSPCA in Birmingham City Centre.
Recent graduates have progressed to various careers and roles including design, management consultancy, community arts officers, teaching, education assistants, curators in museums, galleries and art centres, exhibition design and interpretation, fashion and styling, display design, video production, web design and contemporary retail.