Wimbledon's undergraduate programme is divided between Fine Art and Theatre and Screen courses.
The College's Fine Art programme consists of BA Painting, BA Print and Time-Based Media and BA Sculpture.
While our BA Costume for Theatre and Screen, BA Theatre Design and BA Production Arts for Screen offer a comprehensive programme of theatre, film and television related study.
Government confirms funding for EU students for 2018 to 2019
The decision means EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at an English university or further education institution in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.
BA Painting at Wimbledon College of Arts values a medium specific studio environment. This course provides a context for creative exploration, as we encourage our students to be inventive, ambitious and professional with their practice.
BA Print and Time-Based Media at Wimbledon College of Arts combines the traditional with the contemporary, bringing together printmaking, photography, film, audio, writing, video and performance art.
BA Sculpture at Wimbledon College of Arts fosters an enquiring and experimental approach to sculpture practice, its history and contemporary contexts.
BA Costume for Theatre and Screen at Wimbledon College of Arts introduces students to professional costume for theatre, film, television and live performance. The course offers two specialist disciplines; costume design and costume interpretation.
BA Production Arts for Screen at Wimbledon College of Arts has been developed by bringing together BA Set Design for Screen and BA Technical Arts and Special Effects. The course offers a unique combination of design and making skills for film and television.
The BA Theatre Design course at Wimbledon College of Arts covers both set and costume design. We prepare our students to enter the world of contemporary theatre and performance design with the skills, knowledge and sensibilities that professional designers require. The rich mix of practice and theory that each student will encounter on the course ensures that experimentation and critical thinking are equally valued. This enables our students to produce inventive and imaginative design work underpinned by strong practical skills.