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Careers and Employability

The latest news, stories and updates from UAL's Careers and Employability team.

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  • Self-compassion is productive
    Sam Dawood working on a clay model in the Studio, Undergraduate (BA), BA (Hons) Technical Arts & Special Effects, Copyright: Alys Tomlinson

    Self-compassion is productive

    I speak to a lot of students who regularly experience negative self-talk, constantly doubt themselves, and put themselves down. Often, I catch them calling themselves lazy for minor procrastination when they probably needed that break.

  • What to look for in a studio
    Student working in studio, Chelsea College of Arts, Ana Blumenkron

    What to look for in a studio

    For an artist, studio space can be the key to success or a creative block. You want to find a space that helps your creative flow and works for your practically. There are a lot of factors that come into play when it comes to finding the right studio

  • How to find your value compass
    UAL students and staff building community dye garden, Stave Hill Ecological Park, ©Alexandra Rodriguez Cifre

    How to find your value compass

    The closer your daily choices align with what’s most important to you, the more likely you are to create your future in line with what you want out of life.

  • Home: Creative Shift x not just a shop

    Home: Creative Shift x not just a shop

    Creative Shift and not just a shop came together to commission students from University of the Arts London to design a range of homeware inspired by the theme ‘home’ and what emotions this elicits for them.