The School of Digital Arts is a purpose-built, interdisciplinary school at one of the UK’s leading universities.
It is a £35m investment into the workspaces, networks, teaching and research that will drive ideas and innovation across all forms of creative content – a new School of Digital Arts that opens at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2021.Find out more
Courses that bring together creative, technology and industry-led subjects:
our full course programme will be announced in late 2019, in the following areas:
Film, filmmaking, media courses, creative producing, media management
Music and sound for media, music design
Animation and special effects, VFX, digital art, AI, virtual reality, augmented reality and immersive media arts
Photography and photo visualisation
Digital design, creative technology and tech for good, immersive arts
Games design development, games art. User experience and user interface design, software design and user behaviour.
The School of Digital Arts is part of Manchester Metropolitan University’s creative campus, a fast-developing community that includes Manchester School of Architecture, a museum, art gallery and park and, soon, a £70m Arts & Humanities complex that includes a theatre and Poetry Library. SODA will sit next to Manchester School of Art, and will be designed by the same architects behind the award-winning, £34m art school building.Find out more