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The Big Welcome: Wimbledon College of Arts

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A Big Welcome (back) to all our students as we begin a new term and academic year! We're here to support you with all the information you'll need in your first few weeks.

Welcome to Wimbledon College of Arts

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    The Big Welcome 2020

    Your Big Welcome Guide

    Read our student guide for everything you need to know about settling in at UAL (PDF 7.27MB). Please download and view this PDF in Acrobat for full interactivity.

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    The Big Welcome 2020

    Coronavirus safety measures  

    See the latest advice for students at UAL during the coronavirus outbreak.

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    The Big Welcome 2020

    Student life

    Find out more about what's waiting for you at Wimbledon College of Arts.

Starting your studies

Finding your way around

Top tips for surviving art school

'5 Rules' is a tongue-in-cheek, five step guide to succeeding at art school.

Animation by Camberwell BA Illustration alumnus Thomas Slater and Andy Baker.

Wimbledon College of Arts Graduate Showcase 2020

Head of College David Crow and our graduating students welcome you to the graduate showcase and reflect on their time at Wimbledon College of Arts. Visit the Graduate Showcase.

A Big Welcome from David Crow, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Head of Camberwell, Chelsea, and Wimbledon

Pro Vice-Chancellor David Crow welcomes new and returning students to Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts.

Events at Wimbledon College of Arts

  • UAL Creative Hack 2021

    UAL Creative Hack 2021

    UAL students and graduates (up to 2 years) are invited to join the upcoming Creative Hack where they will collaborate to solve the most pressing challenges facing London.

  • Staging the Future

    Staging the Future

    A one-day online symposium reflecting on the experiences over the past year of those working in the field of theatre and performance design and speculate about the future asking: what kinds of emergent performance do we want to develop post Covid?