Undergraduate

Chelsea's undergraduate programme consists of: FdA Interior Design, BA Fine Art, BA Graphic Design Communication, BA Interior and Spatial Design and BA Textile Design.

We provide an environment where students can explore their work on a practical and theoretical level, before encouraging them to develop an individual approach to their own practice.

  1. Theano Siafero - FdA Interior Design.
    Theano Siafero - FdA Interior Design.

    FdA Interior Design at Chelsea College of Arts is primarily focused on developing the relationship between academic study and the contemporary practice of interior design. This course works in partnership with design organisations, practices as well as key individuals from the design industry and has been professionally recognised by the Chartered Society of Designers.

  2. Sarah Roberts - BA Fine Art.
    Sarah Roberts - BA Fine Art.

    BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts invites students to work alongside our internationally respected team of artists and writers, providing a critically creative environment where they can develop their own practice. We encourage open and exploratory thinking while equipping our students with the confidence, experience and skills needed to play an effective role as professional artists on an international stage.

  3. Tshili Ndou - BA Graphic Design Communication.
    Tshili Ndou - BA Graphic Design Communication.

    BA Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea College of Arts examines the wide-ranging aspects of the graphic design process and contemporary communication. The course places a strong emphasis on exclusive live projects in collaboration with the creative industries, and the work students produce reflects their passion for new ideas as well as developing their digital and technical skills.

  4. Jessica Hadwin - Bringing Beauty to Bethnal Green. BA Interior Spatial Design.
    Jessica Hadwin - Bringing Beauty to Bethnal Green. BA Interior Spatial Design.

    BA Interior and Spatial Design at Chelsea College of Arts allows students to develop skills in conceptualising and designing spatial situations. With a focus on human scale and material experimentation, student projects include architectural interiors, installations, sensory environments and furniture design. The course prepares students for a variety of careers in the art and design industry.

  5. Emma Jacobs - BA Textile Design.
    Emma Jacobs - BA Textile Design.

    BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts allows students to take an experimental and creative approach to textile design. Ideas and conceptual thinking are developed through fashion, sustainability, interior and exterior design projects. Students will gain colour, design and materials knowledge within textile print, knit, stitch or weave. The course actively encourages a studio culture to develop alongside specialist textile workshops.