Postgraduate Programme

Our Master of Arts in Creative Practice has been devised for creative practitioners.

Short Courses

Leeds College of Art offers a range of exciting short courses for adults. Whether you’re new to art and design or an experienced practitioner we’ll have a course for you.

Enterprise & Employability

Whether you choose to apply for jobs or to be self-employed when you graduate, we’ll help you develop all the creative & wider skills you need for success.

Undergraduate Programmes

These are three-year art and design degree programmes leading to Bachelor of Arts with Honours degree awards.

Young Creatives

Formerly Children's Art School these practical and fun courses are for students aged 7-18.

After Graduation

We’re committed to helping you fulfil your ambitions. So even after you graduate, you can stay in touch with Leeds College of Art & access our support.

Further Education Courses

Our courses provide you with the opportunities to engage with the wider art world community and the chance to work with a wide range of materials within different disciplines.

International Opportunities

The College encourages students to consider study and work abroad opportunities as a way of developing global perspectives and cross-cultural capabilities in their day to day lives and practice.

Ed O’Donnell and a Tradition of Music at Leeds College of Art

In 1948 a young Ed O’Donnell, who had just come out of the coal mine, was walking up Vernon Street when he heard a trombone playing. …

Leeds College of Art celebrates 170 years of delivering art education

This year Leeds College of Art is celebrating 170 years of delivering art education in Leeds. …

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Leeds College of Art artists & staff selected for the 2016 Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize

Richard Baker and Tom Palin have been selected for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2016 …

Leeds is the UK’s best student city

Leeds has been recognised by The Independent for being the UK’s best student city! …

PhD by Design – Researching across difference

For two days, over 70 design researchers from 16 countries were brought together... …

Leeds College of Art Alumni Sculpture Obtains Listed Status

Post-War public sculpture created by Leeds College of Art alumni Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore and Bernard Schottlander have been given protected status by Historic England. …

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Edna Lumb - Industri…

The machine aesthetics of Edna Lumb (1931-1992) are unique in the male-dominated heavy industry of t…