|Famous For||Animation, Photography, Fashion|
Leeds Arts University is the only specialist arts university in the North of England, and students enjoy a small, close-knit community in a creative atmosphere where anything feels possible. Leeds Arts has over 60 different student nationalities studying with them, in addition to a vast global network of partner universities and alumni.
They warmly welcome new international students, celebrating the diversity, new perspectives and ideas that they bring. The entire university is dedicated to the study of creative subjects across a range of postgraduate, undergraduate and further education courses. Leeds Arts University has state-of-the-art resources designed for specialist creative education, including Apple Mac computer suites, photography studios, a printmaking workshop and a fashion design workshop. In addition, many lecturers are still working professionals in their field, so they’re well-connected and up-to-date with current practice
Leeds Arts University's dedicated International Office will support you across a number of different areas during your study, including
English language support is also offered and is included as part of your tuition fees.
As a specialist arts University with an emerging research culture, Leeds Arts University celebrates the outcome of its REF2021 submission. The university is proud to have received quality ratings across all levels: from quality that is recognised nationally (1*) to quality that is world-leading (4*) in terms of originality, significance and rigour. Leeds Arts University is in particular delighted that the developmental research environment at the University has been recognised as international.
I sincerely thank SI-UK for getting me accepted to UCL. The MSc in Urban Development and Planning is extremely competitive, but the right guidance provided by SI-UK made my dream of studying at University College London a reality. The services were exceptional from beginning to end.
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