The deadline for home / EU applications was midday, Wednesday 31 January 2018.
What happens next?
If you meet the entry requirements you may be invited to attend a portfolio review.
If you do not live in the United Kingdom or you can't, for exceptional reasons, attend a portfolio review, you may be able to submit your portfolio using University of the Arts London's online portfolio tool. You may also be able to arrange for a parent, guardian or friend to bring it in for you.
International applications for September 2018 entry are now closed.
Applications for 2019/20 entry will open in Autumn 2018.
There are 2 ways international students can apply to the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design:
Applying through a UAL representative
You should speak to your representative to find out how to submit your application.
Applying by online application
You will need to enter the following:
- Pathway choice
- Personal statement
Immigration History form
Whether you are applying online or through a UAL representative you will need to complete an Immigration History form.
We will email you an Immigration History form when we receive your application.
You will need to send this back to us by email with copies of the following documents:
- Your passport photo page
- Your current visa (if you have one) and any previous UK study visas
- Your current English language certificate (if you have this)
- Your academic qualifications (A2, IB, high school diploma - if completed. Translated into English)
If you do not send us your Immigration History form we will not be able to proceed with your application.
Interviews and your portfolio
Once your online application is complete you will be asked to submit your portfolio using University of the Arts London's online portfolio tool.
If you meet the entry requirements you will be invited to interview.
If you live in the United Kingdom you should bring your portfolio with you when invited for an interview at the college.
If you live overseas the interview and portfolio review will be done by telephone or Skype.
Where to send documents
By email to:
Please note - the email account has a 7MB attachment limit per email. Files should either be compressed or sent in more than one email.
What happens next?
We will email you to let you know the outcome of your application. This will usually be within one week of your interview.
If your application is successful we will send you an offer letter.
The letter will contain details on how to accept the offer and how to get a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number.