University of the Arts London
The University of Arts London specialises in arts, design, performing arts and fashion. It is comprised of six colleges and was established in 2003, but has roots dating back to 1850 when seven art schools were formed that later merged and evolved into the University of Arts London. It attracts over 18,000 students each year.
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The main things you need to know about studying at the University of the Arts London.
The University of Arts London holds the second place ranking for the top universities in the world for art and design.
The University of Arts London offers key contacts to help students with employability as well as programmes run for students and a Creative Attributes Framework to develop employable behaviours and experiences.
Fees for home and EU students remain at £9250 and international fees are £22920 for students starting in 2020. Full lists can be found here.
The University of Arts London offers Scholarships for both undergraduates and postgraduates like the UK undergraduate bursary of £1000 to the Yat Malmgren Bursary of £4000. A comprehensive list can be found here.
Halls of residence are made available to students who have been offered a place. Students must pick their five top halls and international/disabled/under 18 students will be given priority. For a full range of private accommodation options check out AFS.
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The Students’ Union offers 33 societies and 16 different sports clubs as well as Made In Arts London which allows students to showcase their work commercially.
With roots dating to 1850, there are several alumni from the University of Arts London including army officer John Hackett and stage designer Richard Hudson.
The University of Arts London collaborated with Merton Council to take part in the London’s New Year’s Day Parade, one of the last mass events to take place before Lockdown. The entry by the university of two large alien puppets visiting London as tourists won runner up and £5000 to be donated to a chosen charity.
"Don’t worry, London students; London is far better than the terrible clubs you visited during Fresher’s Week. Away from the Tiger Tigers and Zoos there is a whole world of fantastic nightlife and student pubs in London".
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