Top 10 UK universities for Art & Design 2019

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The best universities for studying Art in the UK.

Top 10 UK Universities for Art 2019

Studying at a UK art school will allow you to develop your own artistic skill, vision or theory under the tutelage of teachers who are practicing professionals of the industry. Entry requirements vary for each school, but all will require applicants to submit a portfolio of previous work to demonstrate a passion and ability for the subject.

Graduates will enjoy varied careers across a span of sectors including multimedia, publishing, advertising, museums, galleries, fashion, and film.

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Top 10 UK Universities for Art & Design

Rank University Location
1 University College London London, England
2 University of Oxford Oxford, England
3 Newcastle University Newcastle upon Tyne, England
4 Goldsmiths, University of London London, England
5 Oxford Brookes University Oxford, England
6 Lancaster University Lancaster, England
7 London Metropolitan University London, England
8 University of Wales Trinity Saint David Various, Wales
9 Kingston University Kingston-upon-Thames, England
10 Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool, England

Source: 2020 Guardian University Guide rankings

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