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Art & Design

  • Art & Design MA

    Specialise in areas such as curating or sound art, and embrace the opportunity to exhibit your work.

    Full-time, Part-time
    1 Year, 2 Years
  • Fashion Marketing BA (Hons)

    Marketing and advertising can make or break fashion brands - become an expert in both and learn how you can make an impact on the fashion industry.

    Full-time, Part-time, Sandwich
    3 Years, 4 Years, 6 Years
  • Fine Art BA (Hons)

    Push the limits of your creativity and experiment with performance, photography, drawing, printmaking, animation and other media.

    Full-time, Part-time
    3 Years, 6 Years

Our courses push your creativity to new horizons. We're dedicated to developing your artistic flair and providing opportunities to showcase your work.

Undergraduate Courses (6)

Fashion | BA (Hons)

Prepare yourself for an exciting career as a specialist in fashion design. Fashion is one of the world's biggest industries and we passionately believe it is about more than just the commercially driven production and promotion of new collections. It is a reflection of society, identity and culture, and it is also a powerful protagonist for change. We will show you how to challenge the limitations of fashion as the manifestation of temporary consumer trends.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time,
Sandwich
Duration:
3 Years,
6 Years,
4 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Fashion Marketing | BA (Hons)

Learn how marketing can have a major impact on the popularity and reputation of fashion brands the world over, from high-street labels to those dominating the catwalks of London, Paris and New York. You will gain an understanding of business and PR by exploring the fashion journey, from the design stage through to production, display and advertising.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time,
Sandwich
Duration:
3 Years,
6 Years,
4 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Fine Art | BA (Hons)

Push the limits of your creativity and experiment with painting, performance, installation, photography, drawing, printmaking, animation, digital processes and other media. You will be taught by nationally and internationally recognised artists and practitioners, who will help you to develop your artistic identity. You will also participate in seminars, collaborative on and off-site activities and live curatorial projects.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time
Duration:
3 Years,
6 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Graphic Arts & Design | BA (Hons)

This course will allow you to develop your own approach to the study and practice of graphic arts and design through a combination of brief-led and self-initiated projects. You will have the opportunity to explore a wide spectrum of disciplines, including design for print, illustration, photography, typography, animation and moving image. This will allow you to find your strengths and develop your own individual style.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time
Duration:
3 Years,
6 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Interior Architecture & Design | BA (Hons)

This course has a creative vision that will put you at the forefront of professional interior design practice. In the studio-based art school tradition, your individual creativity will be nurtured by experienced tutors and practising professionals.
Attendance:
Full-time
Duration:
3 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Product Design | BA (Hons)

This course focuses on human centred design and addresses human need through innovative thinking and appropriate design solutions.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time,
Sandwich
Duration:
3 Years,
6 Years,
4 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Postgraduate Courses (2)

Art & Design | MA

Study in the studio, classroom and professional environments alongside like-minded students on a dynamic course that explores the theories and new ideas in contemporary art and design. You could choose to specialise in areas such as curating and sound art, and you will be encouraged to debate current practice with your peers during project work, weekly seminars and artist workshops.
Attendance:
Full-time,
Part-time
Duration:
1 Year,
2 Years

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Professional Practice in Art and Design | Advanced Professional Diploma in

Push the boundaries of creative expression by developing your existing practice in areas such as art, graphics, sculpture, filmmaking, animation, sound and curating. In workshops, seminars and guest lectures, you will work alongside practising artists, and you will also have access to our outstanding studio facilities where you will hone your expertise and drive your creativity and career forward.
Attendance:
Part-time
Duration:
9 Months

Entry Requirements

See course page for details

Art, Architecture & Design good news

The latest good news from the School of Art, Architecture & Design.

Leeds Beckett architecture consultancy project shortlisted for prestigious award

A project by an architecture consultancy made up of staff and students at Leeds Beckett has been shortlisted for the RIBAJ MacEwan Award for 2018.

December good news

The latest good news from the School of Art, Architecture & Design.

Feb 20

Fraud and Corruption in Business

Chris will talk about fraud within business and how, as a forensic accountant, his work sees him involved across a range of commercial activities. His presentation will draw on actual cases, what was involved and steps taken to flush out and resolve such occurrences.

Feb 21

CeASR Seminar- Resegregating Northern California

Speaker: Dr Alex Schafran, School of Geography, University of Leeds

Feb 21

CeASR Seminar- Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe

Speaker: Livison Chipatiso (Programme Officer for CAFOD Zimbabwe)

Feb 21

PsyCen Seminar- Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics

Speaker: Dr. Jen Slater, Sheffield Hallam University

Feb 21

CarnegieXchange - Thinking in circles; systems thinking and systems science

Taking a whole systems approach seems to be the current buzz phrase. Dr Duncan Radley discusses, what exactly does it mean? What does it entail? And can it be used to solve today’s big societal challenges such as poverty, homelessness and obesity?

Feb 21

Lessons from the Frontline – Public Engagement and Local Health Systems

Professorial Inaugural Lecture for Mark Gamsu

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