Camberwell's undergraduate courses are split between two programmes: Design and Fine Art.

These programmes have been designed to bring together courses that share practical, intellectual and professional common ground, so that students' learning is brought into a wider, cross disciplinary context.

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The decision means EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at an English university or further education institution in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.

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  1. Adam Barclay - FdA Graphic Design.
    Adam Barclay - FdA Graphic Design.

    FdA Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts explores contemporary approaches to branding, advertising and graphic design through a range of media and processes. The course has been developed in collaboration with design industry practitioners to reflect current working practices.

  2. Agnes Geicko - FdA Illustration.
    Agnes Geicko - FdA Illustration.

    FdA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts focuses on contemporary industry practice in graphic image making. This course explores the expanding avenues of employment in animation, interactive media, publishing and motion graphics.

  3. Izat Arif Saiful - BA Drawing.
    Izat Arif Saiful - BA Drawing.

    BA Drawing at Camberwell College of Arts teaches drawing as an extension of thinking. Students develop their understanding of the subject in relation to wider issues in art, and are encouraged to look at how drawing is used in other disciplines such as architecture, choreography, mathematics and science.

  4. Peter Hudson - BA Graphic Design.
    Peter Hudson - BA Graphic Design.

    BA Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts focuses on challenging convention. Students are encouraged to experiment, develop their own distinct voice and look for appropriate methods of producing work. The course is run in close collaboration with the city's graphic design industry, giving our students the skills and professional exposure to prepare them for their future careers.

  5. Ellie Andrews - BA Illustration.
    Ellie Andrews - BA Illustration.

    BA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts takes an innovative, experimental and critical approach to the broad practice of illustration. Our students are encouraged to challenge the position of the illustrator within commercial, social, political and cultural contexts, whilst maintaining and developing the core values that underpin the practice.

  6. Tristan Pigott - BA Painting.
    Tristan Pigott - BA Painting.

    BA Painting at Camberwell College of Arts encourages students to embrace the possibilities for continued reinvention of this medium, while also looking to painting’s long and rich history for inspiration.

  7. Alex Burgess - BA Photography.
    Alex Burgess - BA Photography.

    BA Photography at Camberwell College of Arts adopts an open and experimental approach to fine art photographic practice. Guided by expert staff students frequently explore media beyond the photographic image. The course encourages creative dialogue and offers students regular opportunities to exhibit work.

  8. Francis Olvez-Wilshaw - BA Sculpture.
    Francis Olvez-Wilshaw - BA Sculpture.

    BA Sculpture at Camberwell College of Arts aims to establish students as confident conceptual and practical makers that value the importance of experimentation and critical thinking. The intention of the course is that students will develop a deep understanding of contemporary sculpture.

  9. Simon Taylor - BA 3D Design.
    Simon Taylor - BA 3D Design.

    BA 3D Design at Camberwell College of Arts offers students the chance to explore the emotional connection we have to objects. To develop our students’ practical skills, making is placed firmly at the centre of design production and is combined with a critical and investigative approach to objects.