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Student Life at Central Saint Martins

Get to known the local area, explore our state of the art facilities and meet the wider UAL community.

Local area

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Art and Culture

Local galleries, theatres and cinemas.

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Parks and Open Spaces

Find out about green spaces local to CSM.

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Places to Eat

Where to eat in King's Cross.

Student life

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Arts SU

As a CSM student you'll be a part of Arts SU, UAL's students union.

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A guide to studying in London written by UAL students

Facilities and social spaces

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General Areas

From the library to the Platform Theatre, find out about shared spaces at Central Saint Martins

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Workshops and Studios

Take a look inside our specialist studios and workspaces

What's on at Central Saint Martins

Counter Narratives

Counter Narratives

  • 10 July 2018 - 27 August 2018
  • Location: Window Galleries 3 and 4

Counter Narratives brings together recent graduates of the M ARCH: Architecture course at Central Saint Martins.



  • 10 August 2018 - 9 September 2018
  • Location: Museum and Study Collection Window Gallery

Co-Create is an annual project delivered by the Central Saint Martins Foundation Plus team in collaboration with the Museum and the Library.



  • 18 September 2018 - 18 September 2018
  • Location: Room C202

Steamhack #4 is part of a series of immersive, digitally-themed events organized by the Culture and Enterprise programme at Central Saint Martins.

Wayward Denise Scott Brown

Wayward Denise Scott Brown

  • 10 July 2018 - 27 August 2018
  • Location: Window Gallery 1

Wayward Denise Scott Brown is an exhibition of photographs by architect, urbanist, theorist, writer and educator Denise Scott Brown.