University of the Arts London (UAL) is ranked 2nd in the world for Art and Design (2020 QS World University Rankings ®). Our 6 world-renowned Colleges offer a wide range of art, design, fashion, communication, media, screen and performing arts courses at pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Hear from some of our Egyptian students and learn more about UAL, including guidance about our entry requirements.
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UAL International Postgraduate £5,000 Scholarships
This scholarship provides a £5,000 tuition fee waiver for a full-time taught master’s course at one of UAL’s 6 Colleges. Up to 165 UAL International Postgraduate £5,000 Scholarships are available. Find out more.
Our students are at the heart of everything we do. We want to tell their stories and showcase their work at every opportunity. The image at the top of the page features the work of Tanikha Allen, a BA (Hons) Theatre Design student at Wimbledon College of Arts. Below you can hear about the experiences of some our Egyptian students and their advice to anyone thinking about applying to UAL.
Hear Miriam’s story
Press play to meet Miriam from Cairo, currently studying BA (Hons) Interior and Spatial Design. This course is now based at Camberwell College of Arts.
Read our interview with Hana
Hear from Hana Amer from Egypt who studied BA (Hons) Costume for Performance at London College of Fashion and moved back to Cairo after graduating.
More student stories
Hear from more of our students from across the globe and the experiences they've had as UAL students.
Always check your chosen course’s webpage for specific entry requirements. If English isn’t your first language, visit our English language entry requirements information page for details on required IELTS scores. Some courses require a portfolio as part of the application process so take a look at our portfolio advice page before applying. Entry onto some courses may also depend on the outcome of an interview at the application stage. Contact one of our International Offices if you have any questions.
Foundation and pre-degree courses
Application to an undergraduate course (you may know this as a bachelor's degree) usually requires Egyptian students to have an Upper Secondary School Diploma and, where needed, a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design or relevant pre-degree qualification, and a portfolio of work.
Application to a postgraduate course usually requires Egyptian students to have an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree in a subject related to the proposed area of study, a personal statement and, where needed, a study proposal and references. Many of our postgraduate courses also ask for a portfolio and some also require work experience.