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Places are available on our courses with options to start in Autumn 2021 and January 2022 for our BA (Hons) degrees. From fashion, film and fine art to graphic design, game arts, and animation — your future starts here.

Ready to apply to one of our creative courses? Scroll down to begin making an application and kick-start your career in the creative industries. From UCAS codes to portfolio guidance, accommodation to funding - you’ll find quick links to everything you need on this page.

If you’re interested in creative study we have options available to start in Autumn 2021 and January 2022 on our BA (Hons) degrees, and our team are on hand to help find the course that’s right for you. From our Undergraduate BA (Hons) Degree programmes and Extended BA to our Postgraduate, Masters Degrees and our range of Pre-Degree study options, we offer something for everyone looking to further their artistic practice.

Please read our Admissions Policy and to find out more or make an application please email, call +44 (0)1752 203402 or WhatsApp us on 07722744184.

Guaranteed accommodation in your first year

Our students enjoy safe, affordable and stylish accommodation options, and all undergraduate students are guaranteed accommodation in their first year. We work with Clever Student Lets and Host to bring you a wide range of accommodation choices for all budgets so that you can find a place to live that suits you.

£300 bursary in your final year

We are committed to ensuring every student’s creative practice is unrestricted by financial circumstance, and so we have set aside money to support you through your final year of study. The bursary is intended to help pay for costs incurred during that year - from class trips, to materials and equipment, this money is made available for all students, to help ease any worries about the cost of your degree. The college bursary is based on your household income.

Our Admissions Policy can be downloaded as a PDF below or as a Google Document here. If you would like to request an alternative format to any of the information provided or gain personalised advice on making an application, please get in touch.

Our Terms & Conditions for Higher Education students – which set out the basis of the agreement between us when you accept a place with us – can be downloaded here.

These documents make reference to our Academic Regulations and our Code of Conduct for students. The Code of Conduct is specified in our HE Student Handbook which can be found here.

If you require copies of any of the documentation referenced within the Regulations or an alternative format of the information provided, please contact the Deputy Registrar Margaret Campbell at

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