UAL prides itself on preparing students for industry by providing them with practical skills and support throughout their studies.
Careers and employability
Our Careers and Employability service empowers UAL students and graduates to make a living doing what they love.
A variety of support is available including: practical events, mentoring, funding and advice. Support is free and accessible to all of our students, with many opportunities are also open to UAL graduates.
The team runs employability workshops and 1:1s in Colleges during term time, as well as large-scale events throughout the academic year. Interested in launching your own business or freelance practice? Careers and Employability’s enterprise events programme can help you to prepare for the world of self-employment and develop the skills you need for success. Upcoming events are advertised online.
If you’re looking for work, the dedicated website creative opportunities advertises 200+ paid jobs and internships each month.
Businesses worldwide work with UAL to find creative solutions, discover fresh ideas and recruit new talent.
Each College has a dedicated Business and Innovation team experienced at running sponsored student projects with clients, where individuals or groups of students respond to live briefs.
The Enterprise Collective is responsible for business and innovation across Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts.
English language support
UAL provide English language support for all non-English speakers, and guidance for making an application and preparing a portfolio.
If you are studying a full-time course at UAL and English is not your first language, UAL Language Centre can offer a wide range of support.
The Language Centre runs free classes, workshops and one-to-one tutorials and will help you with the academic language and skills you need to be successful on your course and beyond.
Visit the Language Centre pages for more information.