Thinking about a career in Art and Design? Need to build your skills further?
Study at Banbury and Bicester College and build a top-class portfolio of your very best work.
Choose our courses to collaborate with professional artists and employers on live projects, putting on exhibitions and learning how to sell your work. Our teaching team are subject specialists, including practising artists and designers with lots of experience in the creative industries.
Our art studios and facilities are second to none. Study at Banbury and Bicester College and you will gain access to the latest tools and equipment to develop your skills. Our new creative media centre offers you excellent photographic studios and development facilities, fully-equipped television and radio studios, Mac suites for graphic design and image manipulation and a cinema room.
With our Art and Design courses, you are firmly in the driving seat. You decide where to go next. Our programmes have taken students like you on to:
study degrees at top universities
work in design, marketing and project management jobs
curate at galleries
run their own businesses in fashion and clothes design
Our art and design department has been invited to join the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL) examining board. This means that all art and design qualifications are awarded and certified by UAL.
Among the benefits, students will have the opportunity to have their work shortlisted to appear at the annual UAL awarding body exhibition at Chelsea College of Art.
As a child, Jasmine Gilhooly always loved making things and exploring her creative side. Today she is a leading fashion designer whose CV includes working with Jimmy Choo and a Clothes Show young designer accolade.
Jasmine Gilhooly has always enjoyed exploring her creative side. “When I was younger I enjoyed making and selling cards to family and friends. One of my aunties was a design teacher, so I guess you could say it runs in the family.”
Jasmine initially enrolled on different courses and even worked in retail, but none of these felt right for her. In the end she returned to the idea of pursuing her passion for art. Find out more.