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Residential Summer Schools in London for 16 to 18 year olds

Written by Shauna Scott
Published date 29 April 2019

Want to experience what it’s like to be a student at Central Saint Martins (CSM)? Then our CSM residential Summer School for 16 to 18 year olds courses are perfect for you!

Each course allows for you to study at a Central Saint Martins campus, stay at Sketch House, a UAL halls of residence, and be stimulated and challenged in the same way students at CSM are stretched, every day, whilst you study upon one of our five unique and engaging Summer School courses.

All residential summer school courses for 16 to 18 year olds

Who should take this course?

Our London based residential courses are designed for students that are interested in gaining experience of what it is like to study at Central Saint Martins.

Each course runs over 2 weeks and includes accommodation and daily activities outside of the classroom.

Session 1

Accommodation will be provided and available from Sunday 30th June to Saturday 13th July 2019.
The timetabled courses are delivered from Monday 1st July to Friday 12th July 2019.

Session 2

Accommodation will be provided and available from Sunday 14th July to Saturday 27th July 2019.
The timetabled courses are delivered from Monday 15th July to Friday 26th July 2019.

Course dates

  • Session 1: 1 July to 12 July 2019
  • Session 2: 15 July to 26 August 2019

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Residential contacts

Email: residential@csm.arts.ac.uk

Telephone: +44(0) 207 514 7015

Where are the residential courses taught?

These 2 week intensive courses are delivered at our Archway campus. For students that are not familiar with London, there is an option for accompanied travel between halls of residence and the Archway campus.

What does the course include?

Throughout the course, all students will receive professional advice on preparing and presenting a strong art and design and/or fashion portfolio. There are offsite visits to galleries, studios and places of interest within London. During classes, there will be visits from guest lecturers, including specialist practitioners, associate lecturers and past students. You will also have access to the CSM library and other campus facilities while on the course. All students will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.

What about non-class time?

There will be evening and weekend social activities to galleries and other places of interest. The course fees include a pre-paid travel card for local transport (TFL) across Zones 1 and 2, in central London.

Where is the accommodation?

All accommodation is at Sketch House, in en-suite single room, with breakfast included.

What kind of student support is available?

A 24 x 7 helpline and access to overnight summer school representatives.