Drawing is at the very heart of contemporary creative thinking. On this course, you will explore drawing as an extension of thinking.
Drawing has boundless possibilities – it can communicate thoughts, ideas, abstract concepts and can exist in diverse forms such as sculpture, surface, installation, film, performance and digital. By its very nature it is positioned at the heart of contemporary practice.
What you'll study
On the BA (Hons) Drawing course, you’ll use drawing as a fundamental tool to investigate and examine other disciplines. You’ll explore drawing through engaging with digital and traditional processes and techniques.
As the course progresses, your developing practice will be informed by digital and haptic drawing techniques and processes. Your ongoing professional transferable skills will be supported by collaboration, and you will go onto contextualise your drawing practice with curatorial projects.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
- Read more about learning and teaching at AUB and when you will receive your timetable here
- Find out about accommodation
- Read about managing your money as a student and find out more about any course costs
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What students are doing
Our students take part in some incredible projects and collaborations. You can take a look at the work that some of our current students have been involved in by browsing our gallery below.
Studios and Resources
Studying on the BA (Hons) Drawing course, you’ll have access to our purpose-built CRAB Drawing Studio – designed by Professor Sir Peter Cook RA. Our Drawing Studio is the first purpose-built drawing studio to be constructed at an art school for more than a century.
Your Interview & Portfolio
If you meet our entry requirements, we’ll invite you for an interview and ask you to bring your portfolio with you. We’re looking for individuals who are passionate about drawing and are curious and excited about the world we live in. You can download our portfolio guidelines for BA (Hons) Drawing to help you prepare.
Please note: the UniStats scores are not representative of this course. They have been aggregated by UniStats from data relating to similar courses in the creative arts sector.