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of our most recent UK graduates were in employment or further study within six months of graduating*
*Based on Destination of Leavers from Higher Education statistics for 2012-13
Awarded 1st class in caring for the environment.
17th out of 143 universities and colleges in the 2013 People and Planet League Table.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is home to a diverse range of high-quality programmes across the spectrum of contemporary and traditional areas of study.
What holds us together is our belief in the value and importance of our disciplines, our belief in the power of an arts and humanities education to transform the lives of our students, and our ambition for ourselves, our students and our University more generally to make a powerful contribution to the academic, cultural, social and economic well-being of the communities we serve.
Distinctive programmes in TV, radio, film, video, animation, journalism, media and communication, photography, web & graphic design, and fine & applied art.
Find out more about the School of Media, Art and Design
Vibrant and progressive, with outstanding teaching and performance venues at two campuses.
Find out more about the School of Music and Performing Arts
The School of Humanities brings together several exciting and dynamic disciplines, each of which offers a rich and thriving learning community in which students will develop their skills and talents.
Find out more about the School of Humanities
We offer a wide range of exciting courses, all delivered by committed and knowledgeable tutors whose work is backed up by widely-acclaimed research.
Find out more about the Centre for Language Studies and Applied Linguistics
The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health is committed to researching the potential value of music, and other arts activities, in the promotion of well-being and health of individuals and communities, and continues to build the case for Singing on Prescription.
Find out more about the Sidney de Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health
This season our Arts and Culture programme presents a fantastic range of local, national, and international artists. Staff and students across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities are closely involved with the programme.
Explore our Arts and Culture programme
The Centre brings together arts practitioners from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to develop and promote innovative practice-based arts research.
Find out more about the Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts
We're running two more University 'taster' events in the 2014-2015 academic year.
Find out what degree-level study in American Studies, Archaeology and History is all about.
Further details of our 'taster' events
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities brings together some of the most significant areas of study in Western society: Humanities, Media, Art and Design, Music and Performing Arts and the study of Languages and Applied Linguistics.
Latest research projects
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