You will be taught by our team of highly experienced academic staff, all of whom are active makers and researchers in critical and cultural practice.
You will benefit from their knowledge and experience of professional practice and they will encourage you to explore and test materials, concepts, media and audiences.
The college also has a wide range of outstanding art, design and media facilities including: drawing studio; workshops for fine art printmaking, ceramics, glass, wood and plastics; the Digital Print Bureau and Equipment Resource Centre; open access computer suites; and a well-stocked library.
You’ll also have access to Fab Lab Plymouth, a digital ‘fabrication laboratory’ based in the heart of our Plymouth city centre campus.
Our Careers & Enterprise office provides support from a dedicated team who are focused on employability and developing creative opportunities for students.