Join our Student Ambassadors in this webinar to hear about all aspects of their life since joining University of the Arts London (UAL). You will learn more about their creative journey and life in London. There will be time allocated at the end of
Join our Student Ambassadors in this webinar for help and advice on how to prepare for final exhibitions, coursework deadlines and exams at school and college. Our Ambassador will discuss how they manage their time and de-stress during this busy
Join our graduate panel in this webinar to hear more about creative career pathways and postgraduate opportunities in the arts. You will hear about the panel's personal experiences, how they gained support and what research helped them achieve their
I had never visited UAL or London before the start of my course. It was a big jump but I'm so happy I did it. UAL allows you to study in a much more hands-on way than most American schools. It seemed like an amazing opportunity and so I went for it.
— Henry Kent, BA (Hons) Costume for Theatre and Screen, Wimbledon College of Arts.
I believe the main advantage of experiencing the UK model of creative education is that it better equips you for having your own creative practice when you leave education. It assumes you are an artist or creative already, and encourages you to find your own path and articulate what makes your practice unique and relevant to a contemporary world.
— Dr Lois Rowe, Fine Art Programme Director, Camberwell College of Arts.
As an international student from Turkey, being in London has enriched my experience. It has opened countless avenues because of the people I’ve met, the connections I’ve made and the things I’ve seen. UAL’s diverse student body has also exposed me to many different skill-sets, personalities and perspectives on the world.
— Zeynep Agirbas BA (Hons) Textile Design, Central Saint Martins.