Fine Art with Psychology
Animation and Illustration
Digital Media Production
GRAPHIC DESIGN, ADVERTISING AND MARKETING
Creative Writing and Illustration
Graphic Design and Illustration
Theatre, Acting & Performance
TELEVISION WITH FILM PRODUCTION
Most of our degree level courses are available as joint honours, whereby you spend up to fifty percent of your time doing another course. These are proving to be incredibly popular with students. For more info please read more about Joint Honour courses:
- Animation and Film Production BA (Hons)
- Animation and Game Art BA (Hons)
- Animation and Graphic Design BA (Hons)
- Animation and Illustration BA (Hons)
- Animation and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
- Creative Writing and Illustration BA (Hons)
- Creative Writing and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
- Digital Media Production and Film Production BA (Hons)
- Digital Media Production and Graphic Design BA (Hons)
- Digital Media Production and Journalism BA (Hons)
- Digital Media Production and Media & Culture BA (Hons)
- English Literature and Journalism BA (Hons)
- English Literature and Theatre, Acting & Performance BA (Hons)
- Film Production and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
- Film Studies and Film Production BA (Hons)
- Film Studies and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
- Fine Art and Illustration BA (Hons)
- Graphic Design and Illustration BA (Hons)
- History and Journalism BA (Hons)
- Journalism and Media & Culture BA (Hons)
- Journalism and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
- Theatre, Acting & Performance and Film Studies BA (Hons)
- Theatre, Acting & Performance and Screenwriting BA (Hons)
MA and MRES Courses
Making spaces and events
The School of Arts here at Worcester delivers a range of very varied courses at several centres within the campus, but undoubtedly our showpiece is the magnificent Arts House. Commissioned in 2019, the listed building has very successfully remodelled itself to provide all modern facilities and functions for the whole range of student needs and opportunities. There is ample working studio space, and the Art House is sufficiently flexible to cater for all manner of events from exhibitions to teaching groups of all sizes. Visitors to the Art House are always struck by the feeling of space and light that it engenders, and the way in which its special atmosphere encourages creative thought and activity.
The Art House also creates a link between the University and the City of Worcester. To give some idea of the importance of this partnership, something over 3000 visitors to our various exhibitions and activities have attended shows and lectures in the very first two years of its existence.
But its main achievement is, of course, to provide first class facilities for our students. The feedback we get from all School of Arts students is universally positive, and not without reason.
The EXHIBition Space
The Viewing Galleries
The wider University of Worcester
The country’s first dual University and local library and an amazing space to work and learn. The library is zoned for different groups with dedicated student spaces and rentable meeting rooms towards the top.
Digital Arts Centre
The DAC, as we call it, traditionally is the home of the more digital disciplines of film production, Creative media and graphic design. It consists of two purpose built Mac Suites as well as a broadcast quality film studio (complete with gallery) and an audio recording studio. These spaces are highly in demand and are complimented by communal spaces for work, play and meetings. A very busy and exciting place to be.
The beautifully restored Charles Hastings building forms the hub of the city campus, of which the Art House is part. City campus is generally the home of the business school and is used across the board.
St John's Campus
Over the Severn River bridges is the main University campus which encompasses the Digital Arts Centre. Offering a friendly garden campus feel, as a student of the School of Arts your time will be divided between the two campuses.
Art House Open Day
Sunday 26 June | 10am-3pm