Oscar winning filmmakers, world renowned fashion designers, television presenters, celebrity jewellers and Turner Prize nominees are just some of the high-profile graduates from the University for the Creative Arts.
As a specialist creative arts university, we have created a unique community for our students, where like-minded people can share in the creative process and inspire one another. Collaboration between courses is encouraged, with fine artists studying with budding filmmakers and fashion designers working alongside architects. In this way, our students benefit from exposure to a range of disciplines.
Choosing to study with us will give you the freedom to discover your own personal style through a winning combination of industry-focused courses, state-of-the-art facilities, and inspirational expert staff.
At UCA, you can choose from hundreds of courses, covering every kind of creative specialism. Follow the links below to find out more about the subject areas which interest you the most.
Choosing to apply to university is a big decision. We encourage you to ask lots of questions and make sure you have all the information and support you need
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Studying in a new country can be a little daunting, we've got lots of information about studying in the UK on our international pages.
"My time at UCA has been a rewarding experience on many levels and I feel inspired and encouraged to explore new avenues of art, culture and learning. Being so far away from home has helped me to become more confident and aware of my strengths - living in another country, in a new teaching environment and culture, opens your mind to new possibilities."
"I attended the Open Day in Farnham and saw they had the perfect course for me. I would definitely recommend UCA to other international students as it's been a great experience and has helped me gain independence."
"Although I had lived abroad and travelled before, there is no experience that will ever match the Erasmus exchange one. Studying abroad is fun and challenging - something you can only understand once you have experienced it. There is no better way to immerse yourself in a new culture, make friends with people from all over the world and understand what student life really is. "
"During my Erasmus exchange trip I tried to travel as much as possible. This was one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to in my life."