The recently established School of Arts and Creative Industries seeks to nurture and support the creative development of our students and equip them with the skills needed to succeed in their chosen careers within the Creative Industries sector and beyond.
The School of Applied Social Sciences has courses ranging from degrees and/or diplomas in Criminology, Social Sciences, Criminology and Sociology, Health and Social Care to Social Work, Child and Adolescent Studies and Policing. Our courses are built upon an accessible curriculum in which students can see themselves reflected.
Great reasons to study
The School of Arts and Creative Industries sits within a vibrant Faculty who foster collaboration that is truly interdisciplinary, with highly-motivated and professional staff who work together to deliver, teach and research at the cutting-edge of their disciplines.
By studying in our School of Applied Social Sciences, you’ll benefit from being taught by and hearing from Professors, senior researchers and teaching staff who are engaged in excellent research, on programmes accredited by the National Youth Agency and Social Work England.
Creative Arts and Social Sciences courses
We offer a wide range of Creative Arts and Social Sciences courses from undergraduate courses, to degrees with a Foundation Year to help you get the most from your studies, whatever your background, and whatever your future career aspirations.
Industry Masterclasses - we believe it’s important for you to have the opportunity to meet and network with industry professionals and hear about their experiences and first-hand knowledge of their industries
Placements for all - from volunteering, internships and placements, through to a fee-free year in industry, we offer a range of professional placements to enhance your skills.
Employability units - can be studied alongside your degree. From networking, freelancing, public speaking and many more; we’ve launched a range of exciting credit-bearing units to enhance your knowledge, skills and career prospects.
Our new STEM building is part of a £180m investment in our facilities to transform our campuses and provide the best possible experience for our students.
Opened in September 2019, the new building at the Luton campus is dedicated...