We are constantly placed in the top ten of our respective subject league tables and ensuring the quality of our teaching is important to us.Learn More
58th in World for Arts & Humanities (2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings) World Top 100 for Social Sciences (2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings)Learn More
The award-winning £10m LICA building brings together rehearsal, performance, exhibition, installation, seminar and workshop spaces.Learn More
Golden Standard TEF
Lancaster is proud to announce we have been awarded the TEF Gold Award. This acknowledges the consistent delivery of outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for our students.Learn More
NSS Results Revealed
The results of the 2017 National Student Survey reveal that 97 per cent of Theatre (Drama) students were satisfied with their course.Learn More
Art maintains high standards of provision and resources including purpose built studios with 24/7 access, AV seminar facilities, digital art lab and installation space, fully equipped wood/metal workshop and life-room. Art lecturers are all practicing artists or writers based in Insight, a research hub working nationally and internationally.
Design activities are closely linked to ImaginationLancaster, a creative research centre that enables people and organisations to engage with academia in dynamic and creative ways, giving time and space to research and imagine futures. Our courses focus on design skills that will be needed in the future on for tackling real world issues.
Film is a rich and fascinating area of academic study. Alongside theoretical, cultural and historical approaches to film, film studies provides a framework for analysing individual films and understanding the techniques of film production in the context of marketing, distribution, exhibition, and consumption. Film staff are internationally recognised for their research in the Insight research unit.
Theatre at Lancaster specialises in the practice and theory of contemporary drama, dance, theatre and performance. Practical work is supported by first–rate resources and our staff includes internationally renowned critical theorists and contemporary theatre practitioners. Staff research is facilitated by the Insight unit
A second year Fine Arts student within LICA, diagnosed with autism at an early age, has set up an organisation, the first of its kind in the UK, to help socially anxious people.
The popular Sky Arts TV programme which aims to uncover some of the country’s most talented portrait artists has featured the work of a Lancaster University student. Bethany Lee, a second year Fine Art and Creative Writing student, was thrilled to take part in the first heat of Sky Portrait Artist of the Year, presented by Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell, which aired on Tuesday 16th January at 8pm.
Lancaster University’s 2017 Fine Art degree show; Fifty Three Things to do in Zero Gravity
Lancaster University Theatre Group (LUTG) is one of the biggest and most active societies on campus. Our shows are all directed, produced, managed and performed by students.