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University of the Arts London (UAL) is one of the most prestigious arts universities in the world, and it has produced an impressive list of alumni who have become iconic professionals in their field, from award-winning artists and film makers to famous fashion designers, architects and musicians. The university’s London location makes it an ideal place to study a postgraduate degree, with some of the best connections to professional industries and creative employment sectors anywhere in the world.
The university is divided into six specialist colleges, located at 14 sites across London. These offer over 100 taught postgraduate degree courses in an expansive range of subject areas, including art, design, screen, fashion, communication, media and performing arts:
Camberwell College of Arts
Central Saint Martins
Chelsea College of Arts
London College of Communication
London College of Fashion
Wimbledon College of Arts.
UAL is home to the largest and most diverse postgraduate arts and design community in Europe, supporting a wide range of nationalities and cultures. The university ranks highly in both domestic and international league tables, with a strong focus on teaching and research.
University of the Arts London students on Postgraduate Search say:
“I love CSM on my first sight and I am happy that I could live with it for 2 years. I love the fountains. I love the coal drops yard. I love the Friday markets. I love the platform bar. I love the people in CSM.”
“So far it has been great. It was a life goal of mine to come here and both the university and the city haven’t disappointed. I feel challenged and I feel like I am growing in my field.”
“People from different cultures, backgrounds, different style of working comes under one roof to put the best of their creativity.”
UAL’s postgraduate community is the largest and most diverse in Europe. It is an active community which encourages collaboration and cross-disciplinary practise, and supports an inclusive and welcoming culture of learning. Postgraduate students form a confident and interconnected network of pioneers and innovators, who become the visionary professionals of tomorrow.
The university organises regular postgraduate pop-up events, seminars, screenings, and performances, which connect students with UAL’s expanded networks of alumni and professional partners. Postgraduate students have their own common room, and can apply to the university for funding and support with organising academic and cultural events.