A degree in Drawing helps you refine the essential skills that every artist needs. If you’re looking to work as an artist, illustrator, print maker, or any other role in the art industry, this degree will equip you with the skills and techniques that form the basis of all art.

You’ll usually study the history of drawing, as well as contemporary art, allowing you to put your work into a historical context. You’ll have the chance to build and develop your portfolio right from the start, giving you a strong body of work to show prospective employers once you graduate.

As well as taking a single honours Drawing degree there is often the chance to combine this course with another art subject. Popular courses include Drawing and Painting, Drawing and Image Making, and Fine Art Drawing.

Career opportunities include becoming a professional artist, working in a gallery or museum, and working in publishing or illustration. You may also go on to further study.

Related courses include

  • Illustration
  • Art Practice
  • Fine Art
  • Art & Design

Where to study Drawing

  • University of Central Lancashire
  • University of the Arts London (Camberwell College of Arts)
  • Northbrook College ( BA (Hons) Fine Arts: Drawing)

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