Fine Art student Amelia Seren Roberts explains how gaining knowledge and skills allowed her to express her ideas.
Fine Art at Loughborough emphasizes the relationship between theory and practice, or thinking through making, bringing together exceptional facilities and expertise to support practices ranging from drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics, to temporal performance, moving image, photography and digital media.
With a particular focus on the connections between art, culture and politics in relation to the public sphere, including art history and visual culture, sustainability, environmental aesthetics and identity in a global world, a degree in Fine Art provides students with a wide array of transferable skills and employment opportunities. Besides providing graduates with the confidence, experience and skills needed to become professional practitioners, it also enables a broader engagement with the fast-growing sector of creative and cultural industries.
Why choose us
Top 40 in the World for Art & Design
(QS World Rankings 2015, 2016, 2017)
Top 5 in the UK for Art & Design
(Complete University Guide 2016, 2017, 2018 and Times Good University Guide 2018)
95% of our 2016 graduates found work or study within 6 months
(DLHE, full-time UK first-degree students available for work or study)
Placement Year Option
Open to all students with support from a dediated Placement Officer
6 Creative Hubs across the School - available for all to use
Research that Matters
Fine Art at Loughborough provides a world-leading vibrant research environment for contemporary art. Academic research is channeled back into the curriculum providing first-hand, outward-facing knowledge of the challenges that await graduating students.