Arts University Bournemouth
AUB is a leading University offering high quality specialist education in art, design, media and performance across the creative industries.
University of Birmingham
Postgraduate students at The Shakespeare Institute benefit from our exciting collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) which allows students to access creative and teaching spaces at The Other Place Theatre, as well as the expertise of RSC artists and practitioners through innovative modules, workshops and projects.
Birmingham City University
Birmingham School of Art stands apart from other universities through our high levels of creative collaboration, exchanges, exhibitions, visiting lecturers, live projects, placements and work with resident artists.
Coventry University’s School of Art and Design has a long tradition of producing highly employable graduates, making a distinctive contribution to creative industries around the world. Our students can start their journey at Foundation level and continue up to PhD, as we mix cutting-edge with traditional technologies to make the learning experience grounded and innovative.
University for the Creative Arts
As a specialist arts institution, we are 100% creative. Our students develop their skills and thinking in environments that replicate the studios found within the creative industries, alongside peers on courses spanning arts, business and technology. We’ve been providing creative education for 160 years and provide pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate education to the next generation of creatives.
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) is a leading international art college within the University of Edinburgh. We offer a creative and supportive environment in which to study one of 80 ground-breaking programmes or take forward research within a global Top 50 institution.
At Falmouth our creative community works together to tackle real-world briefs and challenges. Working across disciplines and with industry connections, our students are ready to make an impact on the world when they graduate.
We’re real, hardworking creatives, led by industry and dedicated to supporting you to progress through hands-on training, industry contacts and cutting edge facilitates, here in the North. Explore degree pathways in Acting, Dance, Music, Musical Theatre, Make-up Artistry, Special Effects Make-up Artistry, Theatre and Performance, Theatre Tech and Vocal Studies.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester School of Theatre at Manchester Metropolitan University has a long-standing reputation for training professional actors, theatre makers and performers for employment in theatre, film, TV and radio.
Norwich University of the Arts
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is a forward-thinking university with a rich history of providing outstanding arts, design, architecture and media education.
University of Plymouth and Theatre Royal Plymouth have joined forces to launch Plymouth Conservatoire. Here, performing arts students – actors, dancers, and theatre-makers - will have the very best, up-to-date industry expertise, research and teaching practice as well as unrivalled access to professional opportunities. It is the only Conservatoire in the UK where students can benefit from the unique mix of expertise on offer when a theatre and a university combine.
Robert Gordon University
Gray’s School of Art comprises a vibrant mix of students studying undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and short courses across a range of Fine Art and Design disciplines.
University College London
At the Slade School of Fine Art we approach the practice of contemporary art and the history and theories that inform it in an experimental, research-oriented and imaginative way. An art school with a world leading reputation, the Slade makes a significant contribution to the field of contemporary art both nationally and internationally.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
UWTSD is an award winning University offering an exciting range of undergraduate and postgraduate level degrees dedicated to train and develop performers of the future. Degrees include Acting, Applied Drama, Musical Theatre, Set & Theatre Design, Music Technology, Film & TV and Vocal Studies.
University of Warwick
We offer great industry connections and career prospects in our Theatre and Performance Studies department, led by expert academics, industry professionals and artists. Discover our unique blend of academic rigour and practical skills.
The Complete University Guide 2021
The current university rankings for ‘Drama, Dance & Cinematics’ from the Complete University Guide.
‘Traditional’ universities renowned for having a great student drama scene include: Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick