Applying for an Undergraduate course
UAL's six prestigious Colleges offer over 100 courses at undergraduate (higher education) level in art, design, fashion, communication, media and performing arts.
Before you begin the application process you need decide which course, at which College, you’d like to study. The video above will help you understand the application and selection process, and the types of questions we might ask to gauge your suitability for the course.
Many courses offer open days where you can meet teaching staff, talk to current students and see the facilities available at the College. They also provide information about making an application, interviews, fees and finance, student support and accommodation.
UAL offers five types of undergraduate course:
- Foundation degrees (FdA): These are two years in length and have work-based learning at their core.
- Bachelors degrees (BA/BSc): These are three or four years in length and are designed to give you a thorough understanding of your subject to enter work or progress onto postgraduate study.
- Integrated Masters degrees: These courses comprise three years of undergraduate-level study, followed by a fourth year of postgraduate-level study leading to a masters qualification.
When to apply
The deadline for equal consideration for all Undergraduate applications for both Home/EU and International is the 15 January 2017. Please note that not all courses are able to consider late applications. Applicants may only change their course choice within 14 days of submitting an application. Any changes made to your application after 15 January 2017 will result in the application being marked as late.
How to apply
You must apply through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Full details about this process, including key dates and deadlines, can be found on our Applying Through UCAS page.
There are various ways that you can make an application, but you should apply through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) if you would like to apply to multiple undergraduate courses at more than one university in the UK.
To find out about the other ways to make an application, and the ways we can support you through the process, visit our Application Advice for International Students page.