Fine Art

Our Fine Art BA (Hons) degree is taught in the fine art department, which is the UK's top-ranked Art Department. The four-year undergraduate degree is studio-based and targets ambitious students who have a keen interest in visual art.

We admit 65 students annually, all of whom are allocated their own studio space. In the first year of study, we will encourage you to try a range of new working methods and urge you to develop ideas through experimentation, speculating and researching. 

The department is a good place to socialise, in the common room, the studios or excellent technology facilities and on sunny days, heading out to the beautiful quadrangle.

Jenny Martins, BA Hons Music (2007)

Music

The International Centre for Music Studies is based at the heart of Newcastle University's campus, with purpose built high specification studios and rehearsal spaces for those on one of our four undergraduate degrees.

We offer a BA (Hons) degree in Music and two further BA (Hons) degrees in Contemporary and Popular Music and also Folk and Traditional Music. The School also offers a four-year BMus (Hons) degree with a year abroad, which includes a year of study in either Europe, Australia, North America or South America. 

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Media, Culture, Heritage

Degrees offered in the interdisciplinary area for Media, Culture, Heritage engage with public policy concerns and the contemporary debates which surround cultural and social politics. All four of our undergraduate degrees are challenging, but you'll gain critical skills that are necessary to succeed in the cultural, creative, media and heritage sectors, from one of the UK's best-performing departments in Communications and Media.

Of the degrees offered by the Media, Culture, Heritage department, two focus on film: Film and Media BA (Hons), Film Practices BA (Hons), while the other two are Journalism, Media and Culture BA (Hons) and Media, Communication and Cultural Studies BA (Hons) programme.