Who are CCAD? 'Cleveland College of Art & Design is a further and higher education art and design college, based in the north east of England. The college draws its name from the former non-metropolitan county of Cleveland, operational from 1974 to 1996 The College has two campuses, one in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough which provides further education courses and one in Church Square, Hartlepool, which is a dedicated University Level Campus.
The College's current principal is Martin Raby. Church Square Campus The College has operated continuously in its present Hartlepool spot since 1938, despite a 1966 fire. It is located off Church Street (A178) at the junction of the A689 (Stockton Street) and A178, and near the railway station. The campus comprises of a number of iconic listed buildings which are situated in the innovations and skills quarter of Hartlepool.
University Level courses At higher education level, the college also offers BA (Hons) and FdA degrees, covering such subjects as textiles, photography, entertainment design and fashion. All the college's Higher Education courses are validated by Arts University College at Bournemouth. Courses offered are: BA (Hons) Entertainment Design BA (Hons) Costume Design & Interpretation FdA Applied Arts BA (Hons) Applied Arts for Enterprise (top up) BA (Hons) Fashion Enterprise FdA Creative Fashion Practices BA (Hons) Contemporary Textile Products BA (Hons) Textiles & Surface Design BA (Hons) Graphic Communication FdA Creative Film & Moving Image Production BA (Hons) Creative Film & Moving Image Production (top up) BA (Hons) Commercial Photography BA (Hons) Photography BA (Hons) Illustration for Commercial Applications BA (Hons) Interior & Spatial Design BTEC Foundation Diploma (full and part time) - Middlesbrough Campus