The vision of the Faculty of Culture and the Creative Industries is to be the number one destination for the study of the Creative Industries, Language, Humanities and Social Sciences subjects. Our vision is based on our partnerships with employers, our enriching global opportunities and our philosophy of enhancing learning experiences through cross-faculty collaboration and challenges. We aim to produce creative, reflective, work-ready graduates who benefit from our enviable links with industry and world-leading research-informed teaching.
Our courses provide the perfect blend of knowledge, practical experience and relevance that will equip you with the skills needed to succeed in your career. Many students achieve high-profile roles upon graduation. Examples include Acting and Music Theatre graduates have gained key roles with leading theatre companies or been cast in television programmes; Fashion graduates are designing collections for major fashion labels and Language graduates are working in international organisations around the world.
The Faculty comprises of five schools, and offers a wide range of courses. Subjects include Architecture, Art, Design, Criminology, Fashion, Media, Performance, Journalism, Language, Law, History, Philosophy and Politics, amongst others.
Our broad portfolio provides tremendous opportunities for students to learn and develop a deeper understanding about their subject by collaborating with others across the Faculty, including students and academic staff, who are all specialists in their chosen fields.
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