Welcome and thank you for your interest in studying a creative degree at The Northern School of Art. These are really unusual times and we recognise that you might be feeling uncertain about your future. But, with our heartfelt wishes and thoughts for those who have been impacted on by the Covid-19 emergency, we continue to plan for a brighter future; your future. Scroll down for more information on our degree programmes, virtual open days, student services, accommodation and student finance

Creative Education

A creative degree can lead to a wide range of exciting careers in design, stage, screen, art, management, production. The list is as big as your imagination & your ambition! We will be starting our full range of courses in the Autumn term with managed access to campus as soon as Government restrictions are lifted and we have put everything in place to ensure you can study in a safe environment. We pride ourselves on being a close-knit, friendly, creative community – we’d love you to become a part of it. Take a look at the diverse range of degree programmes we have to offer!

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Virtual Open Days

Come and take a peek inside and visit our virtual open day! Take a virtual tour of some of the wonderful facilities we have to offer you. Hear from our students about life here on campus and our Vice Principal Pat answers some of our frequently asked questions! We will be holding online virtual events in the very near future, please visit again and keep an eye on our social media pages for further information! There’s no better way to stay in touch with our day to day activities, creative work, campus life & people than by following our busy social media feeds @TheNorthernArt - come & join in! Event Dates Saturday 6th June 2020 Thursday 2nd July 2020

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Student Services

We understand that everyone may need support at some time throughout their student life. We have a wonderful, qualified & experienced team based on campus who provide a range of services. From support with issues such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, disability support, esteem issues & anxiety to counselling, financial advice & accommodation advice. Contact the team directly at student.services@northernart.ac.uk to find out what services may be available to you or to discuss any issues or concerns you may have. Alternative visit our student services page for more information.

Student Services

Student Finance

If you are planning to start your degree course this year, you should submit your finance applications before 22 May 2020. You do not need a confirmed place on a course to apply, you can use your first choice of course and update your application later if this changes, visit www.gov.uk for more information and search ‘student finance’. Visit our student finance information page for further guidance on fees and the financial support available to you!

Student Finance

Accommodation & Student Life

We have excellent accommodation available for students. Living in student halls allows students to experience campus life, build friendships & cut down on your travel time & costs. All sites are key fob access only with a 24/7 call point for maintenance and emergencies. Our prices are very competitive ranging from just £96 - £112 per week inclusive of all services including broadband. Living in our halls means you are on the spot for all the SU events and clubs as well as the theatre, film and other cultural events. Our locations are all in close proximity school campus, the town centre & waterside and the railway station which has fast connections to York, London and destinations like Newcastle which all have vibrant cultural experiences and night life. As a coastal town, we also have a traditional seaside resort, such as Seaton Carew, a short bus ride away, as well as a Marina with bars & restaurants, yacht & sailing club and the National Museum of the Royal Navy, with an exciting range of options to get involved.

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