Welcome to the Bath School of Design Your degree is an opportunity for self discovery. We give you space to experiment, fail, succeed, and fail again, all while supporting you with the tools and guidance you need to find your own path. Hear from our students about our creative community and how making is at the heart of what we do.
At the Bath School of Art, Film and Media we will teach you how to harness method and imagination with technical skill to become a resilient and motivated maker. You will become your own champion - translating your professional practice into industry through exhibitions, commissioned projects and performances.
Bath School of Art and Design is an art college in Bath, England, now known separately as Bath School of Art and Bath School of Design. It forms part of the Bath Spa University whose main campus is located a few miles from the City at Newton Park , between Newton St Loe and Corston , in North Somerset, just outside the city of Bath.
Undergraduate degrees at the Bath School of Art, Film and Media and Bath School of Design are available as three-year or four-year programmes. Four-year degrees include either an integrated Foundation year or a professional placement year. We want to ensure that you reach your full potential.
Bath School of Art, Film and Media and Bath School of Design, Locksbrook Rd, Bath, BA1 3EL An iconic building in Bath Originally designed by Sir Nicholas Grimshaw in 1976, Bath Spa University has spent the last few years revitalising this Grade II listed building, and creating a new history for this iconic building.
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Bath Spa University’s Locksbrook Campus is a re-purposing of the Farrell/Grimshaw partnership’s factory for Herman Miller. Originally completed in 1976, it now houses the Schools of Art and Design. The building sits within the World Heritage Site of Bath and was listed Grade II in 2013.