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Goldsmiths is a leading element of the world-renowned University of London, offering pioneering courses across the creative arts. Founded in 1891 as the Goldsmiths’ Technical and Recreative Institute, it became a part of the university in 1904. With over 230 years of educational heritage, postgraduate students can today pursue well-respected programmes across areas including art, music, media, design and communications, amongst others.
As a research focused university, Goldsmiths is internationally accredited for the quality and impact of its research and is home to a range of prominent academics, who drive progress in their field. Students benefit from being a part of a passionate, tightly knit community of creatives based out of the university’s single campus.
The Goldsmiths campus is based in New Cross, in South East London. This diverse and energetic neighbourhood is famous for its active live music scene and innovative arts communities, as well as a diverse food scene – as well as plenty of bars and pubs.
Students enjoy living and learning in London, benefiting from the area’s excellent transport links to other parts of the UK capital. London is famous around the world for its unparalleled nightlife, cultural offerings, business and tech activity, and quality as a student city.
Goldsmiths graduates enjoy strong prospects across academia, the arts or their industry, with placements and graduate roles with companies like BBC or Alexander McQueen. Notable alumni include Damien Hirst, Damon Albarn and Mary Quant.