The 2017 Degree Show will take place between 17-24 June showcasing the work of our graduating students
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In The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, RGU was ranked as a top 10 UK university for its high quality staff/lectures.
Gray’s School of Art, located in an inspiring parkland campus, is a highly challenging and stimulating place to develop and refine your creative education.
Gray's is an intimate, collaborative learning community in which you will be tutored by practicing artists, designers and researchers of national and international standing.
Why Study Art & Design Here
You always come first and our staff will encourage and inspire you. We have a strong community and social network between students and staff.
We offer a hands-on, project-based approach with the majority of time spent in the studio and workshop, underpinned by lectures and seminars to develop analysis and critical thinking
Our graduates go on to achieve their creative ambitions; whether they move on to postgraduate studies with us, at other institutions, or enter the world of industry and freelance work.
“The course has helped to enhance my critical thinking and creative skills through practice based study, and enabled me to pursue research at a professional level.”
Ting-Fang Hsueh Professional Masters in Art & Design MDes
A degree in Art and Design can open up a number of career options to you.
An Art and Design degree can lead to a successful career as a self-employed artist or designer.
All our graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to join a competitive industry.
Teachers use their knowledge and skills to educate students in a variety of settings.
24, August, 2017 Postgraduate Open Evening
There has never been a better time to embark on a postgraduate course. Find out more at our open evening in August.
18, July, 2017 Aberdeen graduate looks to design a career in her home city
An Aberdeen student whose work has been on display in exhibitions across the UK is looking to use her skills to carve a career as a creative designer in her home city.
Pupils at Kingswells Primary School today (Tuesday 27 June) unveiled a unique and lasting memento to their work with the school’s outgoing reading patron, illustrator and author, Nick Sharratt…a school comic.
The school portfolio covers specialist subjects found within the breadth of design and fine art disciplines.