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Applying to University of the Arts London
- Entry Requirements:
160-175 UCAS Points
Average range for University of the Arts London entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
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University of the Arts London Reputation
The University of the Arts, London (UAL) is located in Central London, High Holborn. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 18,290 students are enrolled at UAL:
- 9,740 of these students come from the UK
- 2,370 come from other EU countries
- And 6,180 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2016/17)
The graduate outcomes for UAL, London show that six months after leaving university, 93% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving UAL is £28,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
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Great studio facilities and access to equipment. Lovely canteen with good quality food. TERRIBLE toilets and classrooms. Bad building design but it's going to be rebuilt in the next few years so later students will benefit from this.
This uni is a joke. I can't wait to leave it. There are two goods tutors on my course, others are a complete joke. Course requirements are usually very unclear, marking system is really confusing. Lectures are a total joke, they expect you to do everything on your own, no supervision whatsoever. Avoid by all means.
Briefly.. I am from Amman, Jordan. When I decided to apply for the UAL, they welcomed and treated me in a good way with quick responses to my e-mail and I applied and I paid the tuition for a short course for the summer course of 2017, they sent me the confirmation. After I got the confirmation and all the papers from the university I applied for the UK embassy to get the Visa but its been rejected TWICE. The UK Embassy told me that they phoned the University to check about the confirmation and that I applied and paid the tuition but the UAL reply was: No, he is not a student at our university. The time passed and I couldn't apply again because the course would start in few days as the Visa takes from 2 to 3 weeks to be done. Anyways, I sent the UAL an email to get a refund because of the rejected Visas and to get my money back, their emails responses were so slow and they rejected to refund me as I sent them all the papers and the proofs that I applied TWICE.
Didn't enjoy my time here and ended up withdrawing. It was a while back now, went to Wimbledon, apart from being on the wrong course, it was poorly structured, teachers were never in and nobody hardly turned up, snobby lazy, environment. Only got thing was admin support staff and the ual society. Worst time ever
The worst thing about my uni is how little information is really easily accessible. I am second year and have no idea how to access any support or facilities despite this last year. When I ask people, everyone seems very unorganised and unprofessional. Good university status but honestly, I feel I get taught to a far less extent to most other unis.
I go to Chelsea and love love love it here. All of my other UAL friends that go to other uni's and visited have commented on how lovely the whole place is. It's so homey and comfortable and welcoming in a lot of ways. It being next to the Tate and a 20 minute walk from southbank is also a massive +. UAL as an entity is good also; the scale of it means that it's got really good facilities between all the campuses. using CSM library is a dream!