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Students who come to UCA are not judged on their grades – UCA looks at your portfolio of work, your ambitions and personality.
Because UCA knows everyone is different, it’ll tailor your experience to help you forge your own path, reach your goals and design a career that inspires you.
Alongside UCA’s course leaders, lecturers and a wealth of visiting experts and industry leaders, a wider team of creators guide you on your learning journey.
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) is one of the top creative arts universities, offering courses in Architecture, Art, Design, Fashion, Film, Performing Arts and Creative Business across Surrey and Kent. Creativity makes communities more vibrant, innovative, human – so the university supports each of its students to forge their own path and use their creativity to make a difference.
UCA has adapted the way it works, remodelled its spaces, and introduced a raft of measures to keep students and staff safe. Spaces and activities are being continually risk assessed to ensure they fit with government guidance and Universities UK principles. University life can come with stresses and worries – and this year there’s the pandemic to consider as well. So, it’s important you know that UCA has lots of support available to you, should you need it.