Creative Courses

If you want a place where you’ll have the freedom to let your imagination run wild and the support to allow your creative talents to come alive, you’ve come to the right place!

At Nottingham College we have a great range of courses designed to enhance and encourage your creativity across a variety of disciplines.

If you have a passion for the stage and are a budding actor or musician, we will develop you into a well-rounded performer to help you get ahead in this competitive sector.

For those who have an eye for producing, you can build upon your creativity and technical skills with courses focussed on up-and-coming areas such as gaming and app development.
To succeed within a vast and fast-paced industry, you need the right tutors to guide your journey. That’s why our courses are taught by industry professionals who are dedicated to helping you achieve success in your chosen field.

Your learning will take place in state-of-the-art facilities that are fully equipped with all of the resources required to assist your studies. Creative course students will also have access to recording studios, performance venues, the largest education TV studio in the city plus a photographic dark room, photography studio and a ceramics workshop - as well as many more specialist rooms. 

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View Media, Digital and Photography courses
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The wait is over for our hardworking A Level students


Hundreds of eager Nottingham College A Level students queued up to collect their results from the College’s High Pavement Sixth Form today.

Blog post - A Level results not what you expected?


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Kaitlin pursues game design dreams


Kaitlin Kelly was anxious about joining college, but the course actually helped her with her anxiety.

A Level and GCSE results days are just around the corner, so here’s all you need to know!


Current Nottingham College students who are getting their A Level or GCSE results this month can find out all the information they need to know about the relevant results day here.

Students design creative posters to encourage to sign up to the organ donation register


Sherwood Forest Hospitals joined forces with Nottingham College Access to HE Diploma in Media & Journalism students recently to produce a range of designs for the 2018 Organ Donation campaign posters.

Megan keeps feet on the ground but aims high


Megan Brewis from Hucknall is reaching for the skies after securing her dream job at global airline support service company Swissport.

National recognition for Women of Nottingham project


A Nottingham College lecturer has won a national higher education award after a successful student photography project.

Elliot is off to London College of Fashion


Eighteen-year-old Elliot got a place at his dream uni after a Fashion course at Nottingham College.

Primary school pupils go to college!


Nottingham College has hosted a science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) day for 60 gifted and talented Year 4 pupils from Nottingham primary schools at its Basford campus.

Music students rock Spain


Twenty students took part in a music tour this summer.

Basford Nursery


Information about the Basford Nursery closure.

School pupils have fin-tastic time at College seafood workshop


Trainee chefs have been passing on their culinary knowledge and newfound fishmongering skills to school pupils during a seafood workshop.

Sporty students ace tennis coaching


More than 2,000 local primary school children benefitted from the coaching skills and experience of Nottingham College sport students at the Nottingham Mini Tennis Schools Festival recently.

Groundbreaking ceremony marks the start of the new City Hub construction


We hosted a groundbreaking ceremony today alongside Wates Construction, D2N2, and Nottingham City Council, to mark the start of construction at the College’s new City Hub.