Wolverhampton Screen School
Building on the established reputation and specialisms at Wolverhampton for delivering subjects such as Animation and Games Design, we are delighted to bring together disciplines under one brand 'Wolverhampton Screen School’.
Our new multi-million pound, Screen School, represents a radical transformation of our educational offer – providing an ongoing commitment to regional upskilling and nurturing talent for the careers of tomorrow for local regeneration.
Screen School will be a public facing and dynamic industry-linked space to promote, develop, produce content designed for screen based media through the existing courses: Animation, Computer Games Design, Film and Television Production, Multimedia Journalism.
This year’s Degree Show demonstrates how our students have thrived during the challenging times of the pandemic.
Jobs in the creative industries are diverse and exciting. Art and design graduates find work in a huge variety of roles.
We have outstanding facilities, including purpose-built workshops, specialist equipment and dedicated studio spaces
Many of our graduates have gone on to become successful in their chosen field.
The Centre for Art, Design, Research & Experimentation accommodates researchers within the Wolverhampton School of Art.
An ambitious and innovative training network for Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in art and social engagement.
We invite an eclectic range of new and established artists, to use ArtsFest as a platform to enhance their careers.