Undergraduate courses at Central Saint Martins engage our students with the most current ideas and methods in their particular field, and encourage every student to develop their own identity and interests. With very close connections to industry and cultural resources of London, our approach is always forward-looking and ambitious.

  1. Man on stage with Venetian mask and red tunic pointing emphatically

    Intensive and vocational, BA Acting prepares you for direct entry to the profession while laying the foundations for a lifelong acting career. It’s based on the work of teaching giants like Stanislavsky and there’s a successful mentoring scheme to help you find your professional feet.

  2. Collage illustration of two people walking towards buildings, sunset sky and birds above.
    Rebecka Tiselius

    This course explores design for the human environment through the buildings and spaces we inhabit, and the objects we use inside those spaces. Key issues include community and sustainability.

  3. Ceramic object with black and white stripes
    Amanda Tong

    Unique nationally, this course provides a design-led creative experience of ceramics within a broad subject context and brings an ethos of responsible design to the study of markets and manufacture.

  4. Translucent structure in a room with a blurred figure to its right

    With a focus spanning art, design, architecture, fashion, film, performance, literature and media, BA Culture, Criticism and Curation equips you for work in galleries, museums and collections, TV, radio and new media, theatre and cinema, teaching, and arts and events management.

  5. BA Directing
    BA Directing

    Please note: BA Directing is no longer recruiting. This course has been replaced by the new four-year integrated Masters, <a href="http://www.arts.ac.uk/csm/courses/integrated-masters/ma-directing/">MA Directing</a>.

  6. L'Oreal Professionel winner, Gracie Wales Bonner is congratulated by her catwalk models

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents. Apply to one of five pathways: Fashion Design with Knitwear, Fashion Design with Marketing, Fashion Design Menswear, Fashion Design Womenswear, Fashion Print.

  7. Design by Harry Evans, catwalk model .

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents.

  8. Design by Gracie Wales Bonner

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents.

  9. Eleanor McDonald
    Eleanor McDonald

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents.

  10. Design by Flora Cadzow

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents.

  11. Design by Michael Griffin

    * Applications for entry in September 2015 are now closed. * BA Fashion offers highly motivated individuals a nurturing environment that champions originality and innovation. You’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents.

  12. Design by Nieki Chan

    BA Fashion Communication is aimed at students who are passionate about fashion, but do not want to follow the design route. It aims to nurture you to become innovative, informed, responsible promoters, writers, communicators and observers, central to the industry’s future.

  13. Collage of fashion images

    This course is for students who want to obtain a knowledge and understanding of the history of western fashion from the Renaissance to the present day. It’s for fashion thinkers and theorists who want to experience a stimulating connection between theory and practice.

  14. Collage of fashion images

    This course is for the dynamic fashion enthusiast, for opinion formers with an excellent grasp of the written word who want to train at the epicentre of radical fashion at Central Saint Martins.

  15. Design by Ross Aston

    Eager to thrive in the inspiring atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest designers? This course is for the fashion literate, ambitious and observant individual who’s eager to study and communicate fashion.

  16. Installation by Georgia Clemson

    With a choice of 2D, 3D, 4D and cross-dimensional pathways, this course allows you to specialise while benefiting from interdisciplinary practice. It encourages experimental approaches to art within a socially engaged culture.

  17. Colour choices, Design and Interaction

    This course equips you to become a versatile practitioner in a wide range of media and professions by offering you a choice of specialisms in design and interaction, advertising, illustration or moving image. You can also study related subjects including photography, printmaking, letterpress, typography and writing.

  18. Design by Bella Mung

    BA Jewellery Design looks for enthusiastic, energetic and talented students who are keen to define the future direction of contemporary jewellery. It values innovation and originality, and enjoys superb industry links. This course will suit you if you’re passionate about jewellery, keen to develop a wide range of skills and willing to seize the opportunities on offer.

  19. Design by Maddy Rita Faye

    Challenging assumptions and territories, this course explores theatre, film, video and live art. It emphasises collaborative practice, instilling a strong set of specialist and transferable skills. In the final year you’ll shape your own individual project, anticipating your future in this diverse and expanding sector.

  20. Design by Yin Kwok

    BA Product Design believes product design solutions should meet the wants and needs of real people. Widely recognised externally as an environment in which rigorous thinking generates creative, commercially relevant work, this course gives you the intellectual, academic and subject-specific skills you need to define your own professional practice.

  21. Design by Daniela Fairchild

    BA Textile Design explores the three main textile design practices – print, knit and weave – alongside digital and non-traditional approaches to textile design, trend prediction and presentation. It also offers workshops in alternative surface treatments, media and technologies.