Arts and Creative courses
Bradford School of Art is nationally recognised as a reputable provider of outstanding creative education, and has been instrumental in the success of many our famous alumni. English painter, printmaker, photographer and stage designer, David Hockney joined Bradford Regional Art School in 1953, graduating with honours in 1957.
The Northern School of Creative Industries encourages vocational aspiration and our courses are designed to provide students with the craft and technical skills required for creative employment.
The McMillan Centre for the Arts in Education provides opportunities for initial teacher training as well as continuing professional development for both artists and educators.
In 2016, the creative industry contributed 92 billion to the UK economy. That’s bigger than the automotive, life science, aerospace, oil and gas sectors combined!
Read about our Northern School for Research into Art and Material Culture.