Building partnerships around the globe - because the world needs creativity
UAL is a global university in the heart of London. We believe that creative education can tackle social issues and challenges around the world.
That's why we collaborate with international universities, organisations and governments on innovative research, partnerships, creative projects and exchanges.
Learn more about our international projects, how you can work with us and discover our fantastic exchange programme.
Discover our innovative partnerships around the world and find out how you can work with us.
Explore our fantastic exchange programme and contact us to become a partner institution.
Learn more about our mission to develop global partnerships and provide a global experience.
Hacking Greta Thunberg at the Shared Campus Summer School
An online Summer School as part of the Shared Campus project. Exploring the theme ‘Pop Cultures’, students and staff from 5 partner institutions came together in June/July to Hack the global pop icon, Greta Thunberg.
UAL and OCAD University collaborate at Art Toronto 2020
UAL is excited to take part in Art Toronto 2020 in collaboration with OCAD University. Our communities come together to present an online student exhibition and virtual studio visits with key programme staff and alumni.
Self-Imaging: Identity, Disruption, Transformation. An online lecture series on Global Pop Cultures
A series of online lectures in October to December 2020 hosted by Central Saint Martins UAL and international partners, exploring questions on identity and the self - part of a broader exploration of Global Pop Cultures under the international Shared Campus initiative.
The online International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference 2020
The resonance of comics: social impact and possible futures. Highlights from the leading global conference for the study of graphic novels and comics, hosted by the UAL Comics Research Hub. Including an interview with keynote Pen Mendonça.
Camberwell exchange student Leticia's lockdown claymation
During lockdown Camberwell UAL exchange student Leticia Van Neerven produced her claymation 'Immer Drimmen' (German for ‘always inside’) - a boy who does everything a teenager likes to do, but without ever leaving his room.
UAL textiles students partner with India's NID and traditional weavers
Textiles students from UAL’s Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts have participated in a unique co-design project with National Institute of Design (NID), co-developing sustainable projects in India.