Are you ready to join us in London this summer? We are excited to get back in the creative studios. You can join us on campus or online. Giving everyone the opportunity to explore their creativity no matter where you might be in the world. We offer hundreds of summer short courses, that cover a wide range of subjects for all levels of ability and ages.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, adjustments have been made to how our on-campus courses will run. Any changes are to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff on site. Although some things may be different we are dedicated to providing a high-quality student experience and the delivery of exciting and engaging courses. Our Important Information for Short Course Students explains what to expect on campus this summer.
Join us this summer to:
- Discover your creative passion, learn a new skill or develop your knowledge
- Learn from our expert tutors, all practitioners in their own right
- Study in UAL colleges, workshops or online
- Meet like-minded students from all over the world
We also have plenty of short courses specifically designed for kids and teenagers who wish to explore their creativity this summer.
Need somewhere to stay?
We highly recommend staying at a UAL Halls of Residence during your time with us. UAL Halls of Residence is only available during our Summer School period.
You can book accommodation online by entering the code ShortCourses into the promotion code box when searching for availability.
We have accommodation for teenagers too!
Under 18s are welcome to stay in UAL accommodation whilst taking a short course but MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Find out more on our Summer Accommodation webpage.
Summer courses by subject
Short Course Stories
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Everyone now recognises the importance of social media for business, but showing a measurable return on investment can be tricky. We quizzed tutor Lynsey Fox, on why tracking social media analytics matters, and her three key things to remember.
A degree in resilience: we talk to UAL alumnus and tutor Ansel Neckles
UAL alumnus Ansel Neckles graduated with “a degree in resilience and stick-ability”– and of course his BA (Hons) Graphic Design from Camberwell College of Arts. He recently joined the team at LCC Short Courses to lead a new course in Visual
Makes, designs and prints: student Zé Monteiro talks Screen Printing and his process
Zé Monteiro joined us for Experimental Screen Printing late last year. Now a screen printing technician, we caught up with the South East London local to hear about his favourite techniques, next steps and how he plans to expand his knowledge
Meet our Tutors - Magali Avezou
Here at CSM Short courses we think getting to know your Tutors is a surefire way to ensure you get the most out of your Short Course experience. Today, we are talking with Curator, Arts Manager, and tutor on the Introduction to Contemporary