The School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds is an exciting place to study your undergraduate degree.
You'll be challenged to think about art and culture in many different ways, from different perspectives and within global rather than Western or Eurocentric perspectives.
You'll be encouraged to take part in weekly Visiting Artists Talks, staff and student-led trips to national and local galleries, and you'll have opportunities to showcase your creative side in open studios, student-film nights and off-campus exhibitions.
What can I study?
You’ll focus on studio practice and study some modules that help you reflect on the history and theory of art and culture.
You’ll combine studio practice with plenty of opportunities to choose from a range of modules which allow you to study the history and theory of art.
Your course will focus on the study of the history and theory of art.
You’ll combine your studio practice with a critical understanding of contemporary culture and the media.
You'll develop your critical understanding of the history and theory of culture and the media and bring together disciplines, such as literature, history, sociology and philosophy with knowledge about film, music and popular culture.
You’ll study art history and develop your critical understanding of the history and theory of culture, including film, television, music and visual culture.
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How can I find out more about the campus and University?
You can book a campus tour, chat to current international students online, attend an open day or come along to an applicant-only event.
Work placement and study abroad
Apply for a study abroad or a work placement year (sometimes called a year in industry) - extending your degree to four years.
Support for international applicants
Overseas representatives can advise and inform you about Leeds. You might be interested in English Language pre-sessional or foundation year