Arts, English and Drama
The School of the Arts, English and Drama provides a dynamic, creative and technically supportive environment for postgraduate study. We offer a thriving and supportive community with a proven record for publications of international excellence.
In recent years, £3.5 million has been invested in an extensive range of facilities designed to help students throughout their studies and equip them for their future endeavours.
Our campus is one of the largest single-site campuses in the UK, is home to almost 17,000 students, 4,000 of whom are studying at postgraduate level. You will benefit from a friendly and inclusive atmosphere, with comprehensive support systems and incredible opportunities to get involved in social activities, sport, volunteering and the arts.
We cater specifically for the different needs of our programmes with state-of-the art facilities and a rich range of different research methodologies, from archival research to new digital approaches.
You will have full access to a range of outstanding learning and teaching facilities, including newly refurbished study areas, state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, a theatre, music rooms and a variety of offices for seminars and small-group activities. These inspiring spaces enable you to explore numerous creative possibilities and produce work of an industry-standard.
Our new study areas are fantastic spaces for both individual and group study. Our breakout space situated in Martin Hall is a popular area for students to collaborate on projects.
Our six creative hubs form the heart of creativity and making at Loughborough. These are: Creative Digital Technology and Photography; Print, Stitch and Dye Textiles; Fine Metal, Wood and Woven/Constructed Textiles; Painting and Printmaking; Stone, Heavy Metalwork and Ceramics; and Performance and Rehearsal Spaces, Costumes, Sets and Props.
We can offer you a wide range of specialist areas and facilities in jewellery design and accessories, textiles, fine art, photography, 3D design and ceramics. The latter provides extensive facilities, including an anagama kiln.