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UAL Global

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.

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Jose Teunissen greeting Bilbao’s Mayor, Juan Mari Aburto

Projects and partnerships

Discover our innovative partnerships around the world and find out how you can work with us.

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School of Media and Communication BA19 Exhibition, London College of Fashion.

International exchanges

Explore our fantastic exchange programme and contact us to become a partner institution.

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Studying at the Library Group Zone, Central Saint Martins.

About us

Learn more about our mission to develop global partnerships and provide a global experience.

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Study Abroad

Could your institution partner with us to offer Study Abroad opportunities? Learn more about our programmes.


  • 5 people on stage with NAFA and UAL logos in the fore and background
    The agreement was signed by NAFA President Mrs Tan-Soh Wai Lan (in front), and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Head of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts at UAL Professor David Crow (via Zoom). The ceremony was officiated by DPM Heng (second from left), and was witnessed by (from left to right): NAFA Board Chairman Ms Low Sin Leng; Minister of State for Education and Manpower Ms Gan Siow Huang; and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Law and Second Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education Ms Lai Wei Lin.

    UAL partners with NAFA to launch new degree programmes in Singapore

    UAL and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) today launched a new degree partnership. UAL's Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges will work with NAFA to introduce new degree programmes in Singapore.

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    Piloting the course at Kyoto Institute of Technology. Photo by Tomohiro Tanaka

    Innovative London: Kyoto Masters to address shared social challenges

    A new dual MA Global Collaborative Design Practice from UAL and Kyoto Institute of Technology introduces an innovative cross-cultural design education, to reflect the emerging challenges of our time.

  • Image depicts film stills projected onto exhibition screens.
    Images courtesy of Ashwani Sharma, Wenqi Hu and Ella Sian Williams.

    Screen School students attend the Berlin International Film Festival 2020

    In February, students from London College of Communication (LCC) took a study trip to attend the 70th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • Young activist speaking in front of crowd
    Greta Thunberg at the Fridays For Future protest, Berlin 2019. Photo by Leonhard Lenz licensed under Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication

    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.

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    Inside by Marion Flanagan. MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL. 2020

    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.

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    Photo by Claudia Rafael @_claudiarafael

    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.