University of the Arts London (UAL)
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
The following are the typical annual course fees for postgraduate students submitted to us by the university (Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees 2016–2017):
|Type of Course||Taught Postgraduate|
Bursaries and Scholarships
UAL offers a wide range of scholarships, bursaries and awards provided through generous donations from individuals, companies and philanthropic charities, as well as from university funds, including:
- UK and EU Vice-Chancellor's Postgraduate Scholarships: up to 150 scholarships awarding a 50% tuition fee waiver on a full-time qualifying Masters course.
- 2 types of International Vice-Chancellor's Postgraduate Scholarships: a partial tuition fee remission £5,000 available to 25 eligible students on a full-time taught masters course; and 8 £25,000 scholarships that cover tuition fee charges and make a contribution towards living costs; scholarship recipients will also be offered accommodation for the duration of their study.
- Please use the university website's scholarship search tool to access further details.
- University of the Arts London offers both theoretical and practice-based research programmes, leading to an MPhil or PhD awarded in any subject area where the university can provide appropriately qualified supervision.
- There are currently over 250 research degree students at UAL who benefit from full access to cross-college resources, interdisciplinary dialogue, and research student training via Research Network UAL (RNUAL).
What do Postgraduate Students Study?
3,405 postgraduate students in 2015–16:
Mode of study
- Full Time 78%
- Part Time 22%
- UK 40%
- EU 17%
- Other 43%
Numbers of Students by Subject Area
|Creative arts & design||255||2115||2370|
|Business & administrative studies||0||360||360|
|Mass communications & documentation||0||200||200|
|Historical & philosophical studies||0||45||45|
|Architecture, building & planning||0||20||20|
Figures are rounded to the nearest five.