Welcome to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Welcome to the next generation of artists, storytellers, policy-shapers and change makers. We're here to question the answers, rebuild the broken and rethink the wisdom. Because we won't solve problems by doing things the way they've always been done. It's future's turn.

Areas of study

Undergraduate and Postgraduate areas of study

Welcome to the faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Art & Design
  • Computer Games
  • Criminology & Policing
  • Film & Media
  • English & Writing
  • History & Philosophy
  • Politics & Sociology
  • Music & Performance
Campus — Facilities

Take a look at our campus facilities

Our campus has pretty much everything you’ll need – we’ve got 3D workshops, fashion studios, photography dark rooms and fine art studios. Then there’s the library, rehearsal rooms and even a full theatre. Take a look for yourself.

People — Staff

Emily Godden
– Digital Media Production

Lecturer Emily Godden sitting at a desk in a computer lab

Emily Godden splits her time between lecturing in Digital Media Production and running award-winning social enterprise Virtually There Studio, creating exhibitions, experiences and educational opportunities to benefit both the environment and personal wellbeing.

People — Staff

William Tullett
– Historian

History Lecturer Dr William Tullett in the library reading a book

Teaching both the BA and MA History courses as well as supervising PhD students, Dr William Tullet focuses on the period from 16th century to early 20th, specialising in sensory history, with published works on smell, sound and emotions.

People — Staff

Nick Jeeves
– Graphic Designer

Graphic Design lecturer Nick Jeeves leaning against a shelf

As well as teaching Graphic Design, Nick Jeeves produces books as editor for the Ruskin Arts Publications and The Public Domain Review. He also publishes small editions of original writing and revived historical texts through his own imprint Mulita Small Editions.

What’s Happening in Cambridge

From events on campus to the best places to get coffee (as picked by current students)