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Central Saint Martins

20 John Prince's Street London London View map
United Kingdom

Overview

Central Saint Martins main campus is based in King’s Cross. The institution thinks inspiration can be found in every pocket of London. Artist-run spaces sit alongside world-renowned arts institutions; West End theatres can be found next to independent galleries; artist and design studios have been established everywhere – from car parks to old tube carriages. Across the UK capital, creative communities are charting the cultural map of the future.
Across art, design and performance, their students create the ideas, materials and actions for a better future.

We are known throughout the world for discovering extraordinary things, extraordinary ideas and, most of all, extraordinary people. We are known for breaking new ground and asking difficult questions. We aspire to give our students the confidence to unearth ideas and formations which might provoke and disturb accepted norms. We so all this because we believe that art, performance and design can generate real, productive change.

To find out more about the university, please visit their social media pages: Instagram; Twitter; Facebook.


Central Saint Martins has a number of facilities and workshops available to students. Take the Platform Theatre, Lethaby Gallery, and Museum and Study Collection to name but a few.


There are a number of support services available – from advice and counselling to assistive learning and career support, along with a varied schedule of social events.


Academic Support is available to all students, in addition to the teaching on your course. Activities are designed to help you with study skills such as essay writing, managing information, making presentations and working collaboratively. The
Academic Support teams will help you make the most of your potential and your valuable time at university.



UAL has 13 halls of residence in London for student living. Accommodation Services help students find the most suitable and convenient place to live, within easy reach of your College.
Students can also get involved with a number of clubs and organizations, and enjoy an array of events throughout the year.

There are 77 nationalities represented at the institution.


As part of UAL, there is a creative network of over 200,000 graduates around the world. After graduation, the UAL Alumni Association provides support and helps keep grads connected to each other and your College.

The university offers:

  • One-to-one advice
  • Job opportunities and paid internships
  • Mentoring
  • Funding
  • Student-led initiatives
  • Opportunities to showcase and exhibit work


Support is free and accessible to all students. Similarly, Creative Opprtunities – a jobs board is available to all students and graduates.



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