School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies undergraduate
Depending on your interests and career plans, you can choose one of six courses. Each constitutes a particular pathway but also offer flexibility, allowing you to select from many optional modules.
You may be interested in studying a joint honours course with History of Art, choosing Cultural Studies as your major subject in BA Liberal Arts or studying BA Global Creative Industries, which is taught by four Schools.
Studying at Leeds
As well as the numerous resources of the School and University, we maintain teaching and research partnerships with local, national and international museums, galleries and heritage institutions. We also offer an extensive range of visiting artists and speakers, research salons and seminars, and study trips for you to participate in.
Exhibitions and projects
most targeted by graduate recruiters
(The Graduate Market in 2020)
We are passionate about your university experience. At Leeds, you will enjoy a range of additional options that offer you the chance to make a real difference to your future career. We are committed to developing your employability and career prospects, and our graduates have an excellent reputation amongst employers.
Careers and employability
Year in industry
Throughout the year, Project Space hosts an ongoing programme of installations by internationally renowned artists and researchers, working collaboratively with students and staff. This rolling programme is overseen by the Centre for Audiovisual Experimentation (CAVE), one of our many dynamic research centres in the School.