Design for Stage and Screen courses
Find out more about our Design for Stage and Screen subject area at NTU.
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Our Design for Stage and Screen courses include:
- BA (Hons) Design for Stage and Screen (Costume Design and Construction)
- BA (Hons) Design for Stage and Screen (Design for Film and Television)
- BA (Hons) Design for Stage and Screen (Design for Theatre and Live Performance) .
We're ranked 12th in the UK for Art & Design (The Complete University Guide 2021).
You’ll work with a range of professional facilities and use industry-standard software across all of our Design for Stage and Screen courses. You can find a full list of the dedicated facilities for each course on our course pages.
“I completed a two week work placement in London at the National Theatre. I worked in the Digital Drawing and Design department (DDD) and it involved working on AutoCAD." Shennika Hermanstyne, Design for Theatre and Live Performance student.
BA (Hons) Design for Stage and Screen (Costume Design and Construction)
“We regularly have guest speakers visit and most of our tutors are still working in industry which means they are constantly passing on valuable advice."
"As part of the course we had the opportunity to meet Sarah Greenwood, a leading production designer who has worked on Sherlock Holmes, Atonement and Pride and Prejudice." Ed Humphrey, Design for Film and Television student
You can view examples of student work on our School of Art & Design Showcase site.
As part of the course, you'll be able to showcase your work in your final year. You'll also have opportunities to be selected to exhibit at industry events.
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We're part of the School of Art & Design at NTU, a community of creatives. Following us on social media is the best way to get an insight into the Art & Design community.
You can also follow course Instagram accounts for our Design for Theatre and Live Performance and Costume Design and Construction courses, to get an idea of what day-to-day life is like on the course.
You can also read up on the latest award wins, projects, exhibitions and academic research from the School of Art & Design by browsing our news.