You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more inspiring backdrop for your studies. Our campuses are steeped in history, with beautiful period buildings and breath-taking settings. Beyond the aesthetics, you’ll find ultramodern technology and facilities.

“You are not going to find a more beautiful campus in the rest of the UK.”

Sam Lawton, BSc Psychology graduate

Other teaching sites

The Circus

The School of Art and Design has a separate teaching centre at The Circus, Bath, which is home to our Fashion and Textiles students.

Dartmouth Avenue

We have workshop spaces and facilities at Dartmouth Avenue in the Oldfield Park area of Bath, where much of the Creative Arts programme is based.

Burdall's Yard

Burdall's Yard is an exciting new arts centre for the School of Music & Performing Arts in Bath city centre. The centre is used as a teaching, rehearsal and performance space and also hosts a number of hugely successful arts events, such as Party in the City (part of the Bath Festival).

Ashman's Yard

A theatre production centre is located between the Newton Park Campus and Bath City Centre at Ashman’s Yard. The addition of this new facility lets students on the BA (Hons) Theatre Production course to complete practical work in its specialist workshop spaces.

Facilities at Ashman's Yard include:

  • Construction Workshop
  • Costume Workshop
  • Prop Making Workshop
  • Production Office and Mac Edit Suite
  • Student Common Room

Paintworks

If you’re studying Filmmaking you’ll benefit from being taught at Paintworks in Bristol. The facility offers a large production office, modern edit suites with the latest software, lights and video cameras including the Sony F3 (used on Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer and This is England 88) and Canon 7D (used on Lena Dunham’s SXSW award winner Tiny Furniture).

Culverhay Campus

Culverhay is a school-based site that is primarily used for the university element of our teacher training programmes within the Institute for Education. The site is also used by the College of Liberal Arts and the Institute for Education's Network for Learning. 

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