The University for the Creative Arts is one of Europe's leading art & design institutions, offering a range of courses from Foundation Diplomas to PhDs in specialist creative arts subjects. UCA is spread across four campuses in the South-East of England, in Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham and Rochester. The founder colleges that make up each of these campuses have a prestigious history dating back to the 1860s, with alumni such as Tracey Emin, Humphrey Ocean, Karen Millen, Zandra Rhodes, four Oscar winners and 13 BAFTA winners. In 2005 these campuses joined together and were granted University status in 2008.
With more than 6,000 students, studying over 110 creative courses across four campuses, UCA generate unique communities of artists, designers, makers, writers and researchers. Oscar-winning film makers and animators, world-renowned fashion designers, television presenters and Turner-Prize nominees are just some of UCA's high-profile graduates, who have enriched the world with their creative talents.
UCA have enhanced their portfolio of creative courses by launching new Music and Computer Games courses at undergraduate level, and four new Fashion courses for postgraduate students. Choosing to study with UCA 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.
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