Art, Design & Media

Why study Art, Design & Media at Halesowen College?

  • Excellent studio space
  • Purpose built specialist media facilities
  • TV studio and editing suites
  • Fully equipped workshop facilities
  • Specialist resources for Textiles, 3D Design, Ceramics & Photography
  • A Subsidiary Diploma in Photography can be combined with A Levels
  • The latest Apple iMacs and industry standard software
  • Exciting College Progression Routes, many in partnership with popular universities
  • Expert advice and guidance about careers and higher education, including Finance
  • Helpful and friendly staff with industry experience
  • Impressive examination pass rates and student progression
  • Residential field trips to develop the use of film, video and production techniques
  • Participation in film and animation competitions
  • Visits to some of the most important galleries and studios throughout the UK
  • Residential trips to exciting European and American cities
  • Opportunities to participate in joint projects with professional artists and to exhibit at the College’s annual End of Year Show
Ben Rose

I wanted to try something new, exciting and different and Halesowen College has a vast range of courses and opportunities. I find my course in Art and Design exciting with excellent lecturers who have wide varieties of skills and expertise, helping you to develop your own persona and ideas. When I finish next year I hope to carry on with my education by doing an apprenticeship or going to university.

Art & Design Level 3

Ben Rose

Jessica Kearney

I chose Halesowen College because it was the college with the friendliest and most inviting atmosphere, as well as having excellent facilities, including Starbucks and the college coach service. I love it here because my tutors and classes are excellent and really enjoyable, and the students are very kind and easy to socialise with. I plan to go to university to study Illustration or Graphic Design.

A Levels: Creative Writing, Graphic Communication, Media Studies

Jessica Kearney