University of the Arts London (UAL) is made up of six world-renowned creative colleges across 14 sites in London. The colleges are:
The university specialises in art, design, communication, fashion, screen, media and performing arts.
Many well-known people were once students at the university before embarking upon fame and success. Past graduates include Alexander McQueen, Jimmy Choo, Ian McKay, Quentin Blake, Ralph Fiennes and Mike Leigh. The UAL alumni network is also full of well-known supporters of the university, such as Rachel Stevens, Charlotte Hawkins and Russell Brand.
Students enjoy some of the best industry links in the country (Donatella Versace was once a guest lecturer). Many graduates go on to impressive careers and win prestigious awards. These range from the Jerwood Photography Award to the Turner Prize and British Fashion Designer of the Year.
University of the Arts London is Europe's largest specialist university for art and design. It ranks highly in global university league tables for art and design courses.
The UAL Graduate Showcase, created with IBM celebrates graduate achievements. It covers art, communication, design, fashion, media and performing arts. For the first time in history, interested students can explore the work of UAL's graduates in one curated space. They can discover what it’s like to study a course and what students achieve throughout their time with UAL.
University of the Arts London students on Whatuni say:
“It’s been great, there are a lot of opportunities to meet people. The facilities are great and if you take advantage of them there are lots you can learn from specialists. The tutors work in the field so they’re really knowledgeable as well.”
“Very helpful and welcoming.”
“I am fulfilled and it is above all of my expectations. I have no regrets and my university is the best one, it encourages you to explore your creativity which I find very rewarding and satisfying.”
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