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 Russia including local representatives who can provide specialist advice and in-country events giving you the chance to learn more about UAL.
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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.
Talk to our representative
If you’re thinking about applying to UAL, our Russian representative (sometimes called an ‘agent’) can help. They’ll support you locally and in your language through every stage of the application process, free of charge. This includes providing information and specialist advice about UAL and the courses we offer, your application and portfolio and arranging interviews with our academic staff. There may be a small charge for help with visa applications and travel to the UK. You can also contact your local British Council office or register your interest with us for more information and updates.
Ms Olga Nedina
15 build. 1, k. 2
Insight Lingua website
Tel: +7 495 795 0922 ext. 112
Register your interest
Fill out this form to receive information and updates about studying at UAL and our future visits to Russia.
Your local British Council office can also offer you advice about studying in the UK. Visit the British Council website for more details.
Connect with our alumni
Find out about our Russian alumni and what they're up to now.
Meet us in Russia
Our academic staff travel to Russia 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.
If you have a question about any of our events, visits or interview schedule, email Insight Lingua at email@example.com.
Join our upcoming international webinars.
Applying to UAL through our Russian representative, Insight Lingua, is the only way to have an in-person interview in Russia.
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.
Hear Elina's story
Press play to meet Elina from Moscow, currently studying BA (Hons) Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts.
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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. Get in touch with our local representative if you have any questions.
Foundation and pre-degree courses
Application to a pre-degree course, including the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design course (you may know this as a freshman year) usually requires Russian students to have an Upper Secondary School Diploma and a portfolio of work.
Application to an undergraduate course (you may know this as a bachelor's degree) usually requires Russian 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 Russian 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 courses also ask for a portfolio and some also require work experience.