We offer three undergraduate degree courses in fine art.
These courses are situated close together in our central Brighton Grand Parade building on our City campus. They share common features of being hands on and experimental.
All include critical studies, as well as practical application, with opportunities to exhibit your work throughout.
You’ll work alongside your year group in a studio space just for you: this is your creative place, your artistic home while at Brighton.
You can make use of extensive workshops facilities for metal work, ceramics, plastics, printmaking and more.
Our popular Fine Art MA degree course is for artists wishing to push their practice to the next level and challenge themselves creatively. Students develop their work through both personal tutorials and interaction within an ambitious peer group.
PhD studies in fine art
At Brighton we’re internationally renowned for arts teaching and research, and the School of Art and Media has a long history of internationally recognised work.
It has been a pioneer of practice-based and inter-disciplinary methods and joins with other disciplinary areas to offer supervision.
The University of Brighton has offered PhDs in the areas of fine art, illustration, graphic design, visual communication, photography and film, digital and interactive arts, 3D design and craft, fashion and textiles, design and communication and drawing.
We also have research centres and groups.