1. Architectural Technology

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code K210

    The Architectural Technology programme develops graduates who are vocationally equipped with specialist skills and knowledge in the areas of architectural design, technology and its application, legal legislation, conservation, project management and professional practice. Graduates are prepared to move directly into employment within a range of dedicated fields including construction, design and planning. The learning environment includes studio and technical facilities, and access to specialist resources.

  2. Art and Design (Foundation Diploma)

    • Award Foundation Diploma
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    Foundation Art and Design is often cited as the most enjoyable, memorable and hardworking year in an art student's education. Students who complete this broad based and highly challenging course at the University of Northampton are very highly regarded by the most prestigious art schools and universities nationally and internationally.

  3. Fashion

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code W230

    The course aims to equip graduates with a broad range of skills relevant to the fashion and associated industries and our students have an excellent track record of success in national and international design competitions. Students benefit from the School's strong links with the industry, which supports live design projects. The course offers a stimulating working environment where students are encouraged to develop their own individual aesthetic signature. Emphasis is placed on technical finesse, balanced by creative exploration and material investigation.

  4. Fashion (Textiles for Fashion)

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code W231

    Fashion starts with textiles, and on this exciting programme, you will learn how to develop a wide range of textile applications to enhance your fashion collections. The broad range of facilities includes; digital and screen printing, transfer print and laser cutting. Students also use applique and embroidery to embellish and enhance their garments, dyeing their own fabrics and yarns to create personalised colour combinations. Live projects and competitions provide students with real time industry experience, and the range of careers available include the textile, accessories and garment design sectors for high street and high-end markets.

  5. Games Art

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code I630

    This programme provides students with a broad understanding of the creative aspects of the gaming industry. Its aim is to equip students with experiences of the key areas within the creative process, from storyboarding to character and environment design. Students will primarily be concerned with the visual side of the industry, but will have exposure to the whole life cycle of game production including the initial ideas process to the final release stages. Games Art students will work alongside games programmers from the BSc Computer Games Development course, and experience games development for specific markets in both two and three dimensional formats.

  6. Graphic Communication

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code W210

    From typography to advertising and digital design to illustration, a broad and exciting programme has been developed that focuses on the creative communication of ideas. As well as experimental tutor-set graphic design briefs, you will work on live industry-set projects and national and international competition briefs. Students on this course have been recently shortlisted and commended in the YCN, D&AD, and Penguin Random House Design Awards.

  7. Graphic Communication

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 012W

    You will develop your individual creative talents to enable you to become an imaginative and conceptual problem solver and creative practitioner.

  8. Illustration

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code W220

    Our Illustration students are encouraged to develop a personal visual language alongside a critical and innovative approach to the discipline. Students are challenged to respond creatively to a broad range of issues and communicate strong ideas with clarity and flair. We have a dynamic studio culture that encourages collaboration, critical reflection and the sharing of ideas.