Students from Pakistan and over 130 other countries form part of our internationally-diverse student community. Discover how you can join them.
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. We offer a range of support for students from Pakistan including a local representative who can provide specialist advice and in-country events giving you the chance to learn more about UAL.
If you haven’t applied yet, you should apply as soon as you can and submit any queries you have about studying at UAL through our enquiry form. Our application process is not affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. If you have already applied and need to ask us a question, you can contact us using your UAL Portal.
You can also get in touch with our local representatives in Pakistan for their advice.
Talk to our representatives
Education Resources Network
Office No. 12, 1st Floor
Block 8, Super Market F/6,
T: +92 300 500 7969
Meet us in Pakistan
Our academic staff travel to Pakistan every year to attend exhibitions, hold workshops and give presentations at schools and colleges. These events give you an opportunity to meet us, find out about studying at UAL, get portfolio preparation tips and discuss your application in person.
Applying to UAL through our Pakistani representatives, is the only way to have an in-person interview in Pakistan.
Our academics visit regularly to conduct interviews and dates will be published here as soon as they’re available.
Students who apply directly to one of our Colleges are interviewed in London or by telephone.
Browse our wide range of courses across pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Take a look at our application advice and next steps, including portfolio preparation and interview tips.
Students from Pakistan need a visa to study in the UK. See our advice about visas and immigration.
Apply for one of our halls of residence or get help finding a privately-rented home.