Industry and Partners
UAL is home to a diverse body of 18,000 students from 130 countries. Made up of 6 world-class Colleges, our courses cover art, design, screen, communication, fashion, media and performing arts.
Careers and Employability empowers UAL students and graduates to make a living doing what they love. We work with students and graduates from all UAL Colleges to support them in developing their careers and creative businesses.
Support our work
We partner with a wide range of organisations to provide opportunities for our students. We can help you to engage with UAL’s network of creative students and graduates in different ways, including:
- Events and fairs
- Advertising jobs
- Large-scale projects and live briefs
We value the contributions made by partner organisations and we are always looking to forge new relationships. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss your ideas or sign up to our partnerships mailing list to be informed about current opportunities.
- UAL is ranked second in the world for Art and Design in the 2021 QS World University Rankings®.
- A 2021 study by Capital on Tap, found that a higher percentage of UAL’s graduates go on to found or co-found their own business than from any other UK university.
- Up to 25% of our graduates identify as self-employed within 6 months of graduating from UAL and many more state they work for themselves at some point in their career.
When I run sessions on Interview skills the main challenge people want help with isn’t how to practice or answering questions or how to dress, it’s self-doubt and anxiety.
Meet the designers from Top Drawer January 2023
UAL’s stand at Top Drawer showcases up-and-coming designers and gives them an opportunity to meet with buyers face-to-face. Meet this season's cohort!
Regaining momentum and motivation
There are many reasons why someone may lose momentum or motivation for a goal or project, such as a creative block, negative feedback and rejection, or a break to simply prioritise other aspects of your life.
The benefits of celebrating your achievements
New Year is approaching and so comes the bombardment of people's sugar-coated 2022 achievements all over social media. But when you look closely at this, is this really a bad thing? Sugar coating in a public space is not great, it can be a major