Undergraduate

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. 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.

  2. BA Architecture 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. 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. 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 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.

  6. Today, knitwear is created and marketed worldwide, whether through multinationals or designer-makers. This pathway aims to familiarise you with knitwear processes and the impact of world fibre resources on the sector.

  7. This pathway is for designers who want to contribute innovative ideas to marketing activities operating alongside the international design industry today. Clothing, at the heart of lifestyle choice, is marketed in association with beauty products, music, food, interiors, fine art and more.

  8. This pathway is for students who want to pursue careers as innovative designers. It sets out to deliver a clear understanding and experience of generating, developing and realising a wide variety of creative menswear ideas to a professional standard.

  9. This pathway is for students who want to pursue careers as innovative designers. It sets out to deliver a clear understanding and experience of generating, developing and realising a variety of creative womenswear ideas to a professional standard.

  10. In this pathway the design process starts with fabric creation. By handling image, colour, surface pattern and a wide variety of print processes you’ll develop and apply your printed textile skills to fashion design.

  11. With the explosion of new media over the last ten-years, the fashion industry has been democratised. Opportunities in fashion are no longer primarily focused on the role of designer - the fashion industry requires quality content in the form of words and image.

  12. This pathway develops your understanding of the history of western fashion from the Renaissance to the present day, and provides you with a sound theoretical framework within which to analyse that history.

  13. This pathway focuses on fashion writing for different media and markets. Fashion writers do not work just for magazines and newspapers but are employed by brands to communicate directly to their customers through e-tailing sites and brand magazines.

  14. This pathway focuses on understanding how fashion can be communicated and promoted creatively through different media, through a curriculum that includes, amongst other areas, branding, trends, styling, photography, graphics and the creative use of new digital platforms.

  15. Artists create the cultural resources of our shared future. We recognise the breadth and diversity of social, political, cultural, economic and technological contexts of contemporary art.

  16. This course equips you to become a versatile graphic communication design practitioner in a wide range of media and contexts, from paper to screen, from digital environments to public spaces.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. Design by Yin Kwok

    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.

  20. 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.

  21. MA Directing is a four year integrated Masters course which equips you with the artistic and technical skills suitable for work or for further training in theatre, film, television and radio.