Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) supports students and graduates to develop their practice, in looking for work or wanting to work for themselves, by running events and offering funding, opportunities and resources.

SEE helps students and graduates develop the skills they need to succeed and innovate in the creative and cultural sectors.

Visit the Creative Opportunities website 

SEE Events Programme

Current Opportunities

  • Creative Enterprise Awards
    Designer: 20% Extra

    Creative Enterprise Awards

    Part of CEW14, the Creative Enterprise Awards are an opportunity for you to gain recognition for your entrepreneurial activity and business flair.

  • SEED Fund
    Designer: Adam Hayes

    SEED Fund

    Have you got a great idea? Get up to £5,000 to help your business grow, and develop your creative ideas into a sustainable business or practice.

  • Graduate Internship Programme

    Graduate Internship Programme

    This summer graduating UAL students can apply for a 12 week internship in the creative and cultural sector.


  • Pricing Your Work
    Photographer: Ivan Jones. Designer: Adam Hayes.

    Pricing Your Work

    Putting a price on your work can seem quite daunting at first. Find out how by asking yourself the right questions.

  • Setting Up as Self-Employed - Crucial things to consider
    Photographer: Ivan Jones. Designer: Adam Hayes.

    Setting Up as Self-Employed

    When you work for yourself there are some crucial legal matters that you need to know about.

  • CVs & Portfolios - Portfolios
    Photographer: Ivan Jones. Designer: Adam Hayes.


    A good portfolio is one of the most important assets you have when entering the creative industries.