University for the Creative Arts

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The University College for the Creative Arts was founded in 1866 as the Farnham School of Arts and offers both graduate and postgraduate study programs. The University has 5 campuses at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester. The Institution, offers more than 80 courses to nearly 6,500 students. A few of the courses include: Fine-Arts and Design, Painting, Print-Making, Animation, Film and Video, Graphic Design, 3D Glass and Ceramics, Textiles, Illustration, Interior Design and Computer Games.

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103 International student nationalities at this university

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1.64% International students from USA

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OVERALL COST OF LIVING

£8000

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

£6916

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

£12350

POSTGRADUATE

£12610

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Katharine, UK 4

Encourages you to work independently

I am studying Fine Art in Canterbuy. The university is in the perfect location, an hour from London and with easy access to Europe which was what first attracted me to UCA. The course gives you the opportunity to explore many disciplines such as print, painting and sculpture.

I am studying Fine Art in Canterbuy. The university is in the perfect location, an hour from London and with easy access to Europe which was what first attracted me to UCA. The course gives you the opportunity to explore many disciplines such as print, painting and sculpture.