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We can’t wait to welcome our new and returning students from 19 October 2020. Your safety is our first priority.

Partnerships and Sponsorship

We engage the creativity of our students, alumni and academic staff to create bespoke partnerships with companies and organisations across sectors.

Industry partnerships are important for enriching the Central Saint Martins’ experience. Your support provides opportunities, commercial experience, resources and materials that help our students reach their potential.

Image from Degree Show Two 2019

We believe in the power of creativity to connect people, ignite change and fuel imaginations across borders. Our partners share our commitment to creative education and sustainable innovations in art and design. We offer the opportunity to connect with the next generation of artists, designers and performers - currently making and inventing the future in our studios and workshops.

We teach 4,500 students across all creative disciplines and welcome over 100,000 visitors to our annual programme of events and exhibitions – enabling multi-layered opportunities for collaboration with brand impact amongst our creative audience.

From large-scale strategic relationships, through to support for a particular course, event or exhibition sponsorship - we work with you to design and deliver a unique partnership that fulfils your objectives.

"We see these awards as an investment in emerging creative talent, where our support and encouragement can provide a platform for these individuals to go on and influence the rest of the world."

Jose Miguel Sokoloff, Global President of MullenLowe Group Creative Council
Louis Vuitton staff and academics reviewing student work
Image: Paul Cochrane
MullenLowe NOVA Awards 2020 logo
MullenLowe NOVA Awards 2020 logo
Fredrik Tjaerandsen - winner of the L'Oreal Professionnel Young Talent Award 2019
Fredrik Tjaerandsen - winner of the L’Oréal Professionnel Young Talent Award 2019 with Monica Teodoro, L’Oréal Professionnel
Close up of the necklaces designed by Jing Han using old bottle tops and repurposed Swarovski crystals
Mind the Mouth by Jing Han (BA Jewellery Design) - jewellery created from discarded bottle tops and upcycled Swarovski crystals for the Swarovski Conscious Design project Photo: Mael Henaff
Hollyport Capital Prize winner Simon Rai with Katy Lynch, Hollyport Capital Associate
Hollyport Capital Prize winner Simon Rai with Katy Lynch, Hollyport Capital Associate