The Big Welcome: Chelsea College of Arts
Welcome to Chelsea College of Arts
Your Big Welcome Guide
Read our student guide for everything you need to know about settling in at UAL (PDF 8.17MB). Please download and view this PDF in Acrobat for full interactivity.
Coronavirus safety measures
See the latest advice for students at UAL during the coronavirus outbreak.
Find out more about what's waiting for you at Chelsea College of Arts.
Starting your studies
You need to enrol with UAL to officially become a student, so make sure you do it as soon as possible!
Get started on Moodle
Find out when and where your classes will take place with Moodle, our student course management system.
Facilities at Chelsea College of Arts
Discover our learning spaces, resources and equipment.
Finding your way around
Events at Chelsea College of Arts
The Big Welcome: Drop-in Q&A with Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon students
Join our UAL community and get to know the Colleges through our online drop-in Q&A sessions with Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon students.
Q&A with Rebecca Lewin, Curator, Exhibitions and Design, Serpentine
Rebecca Lewin, Curator, Exhibitions and Design at the Serpentine discusses Fine Art students' work in the Chelsea Graduate Showcase and offers insights and context.
BA Interior and Spatial Design - Wednesday Social
Wednesday Social is a short compilation film recording a series of events that took place every Wednesday lunchtime throughout the Covid-19 Lockdown. The socials were conceived, organised and facilitated by BA Interior and Spatial Design students.
John Latham: Now Forget Everything You Ever Knew
Chelsea Space presents 'John Latham: Now Forget Everything You Ever Knew', an online exhibition that starts from an untitled, undated poem written by John Latham. The show is a collaboration between Chelsea MA Curating and Collections and Flat Time
Chelsea MA Graduate Showcase 2020
The Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon MA Graduate Showcase will celebrate the exciting work of our graduating students as they join the largest virtual showcase of creative graduate work in the world.
Blame the Tools: Crafty Robots, Well-behaved Implements and Disobedient Devices
This symposium invites makers, curators, crafters, designers, historians, artists, collectors, architects, storytellers, users and social scientists to share understandings of the tool from multiple viewpoints.