University of Arts London Graphic Design Communication

University of Arts London Graphic Design Communication

University of Arts London Graphic Design Communication

BA Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea College of Arts examines the wide-ranging aspects of the graphic design process and contemporary communication.

The course places a strong emphasis on exclusive live projects in collaboration with the creative industries, and the work students produce reflects their passion for new ideas as well as developing their digital and technical skills

Student work

  • Hide Nogawa - BA Graphic Design Communication
  • Jack Rowe - Graphic Design Communication.
  • Polina Hohonova - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Jack Haslehurst - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Filming - Graphic Design Communication.
  • Cloud slippers - Graphic Design Communication.
  • Jack Rowe - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Joanna Haskins - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Mabel Dilliway - BA Graphic Design Communication
  • Mabel Dilliway - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Stefan Sagmeister playing with interactive design at Chelsea - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Oliver Jackson - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • My Boys of Tinder poster - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Typography - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Hide Nogawa - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Mabel Dilliway - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Eric Kim - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Mabel Dilliway - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Chinese lightbox - BA Graphic Design Communication.
  • Jonny Holmes - Graphic Design Communication.
  • How to apply

    Home / EU applicants

    You must apply through UCAS, where you’ll need the following information:

    • University code – U65
    • UCAS course code – W216

    The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) application deadline is 15 January.

    Following your UCAS application to this course all home / EU applicants will be invited to choose a date for a selection event.

    What is a selection event?

    A selection event is similar to an interview. You will be expected to bring your portfolio, which will be reviewed by course teams. The event will also give you a chance to meet current students, take a tour of the college and see the facilities.

    More details about your selection event will be emailed to you once you have chosen your selection event date.

    Applicants may be offered a place on one of the following alternative courses at Camberwell College of Arts:

    • BA Graphic Design
    • BA Illustration
    • FdA Graphic Design
    • FdA Illustration

    This decision will be based on our assessment of an applicants’ creative potential and interests.

    Entry requirements

    We select students based on the quality of their applications, looking primarily at their portfolio of work and personal statements. 

    The standard minimum entry requirements for this course are:

    • A Level – 2 A levels grade C or above
    • or Pass at Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Level 3 or 4)
    • or Pass, Pass, Pass at BTEC Extended Diploma
    • or Pass at UAL Extended Diploma
    • or Access to Higher Education Diploma
    • or Equivalent EU or non-EU qualifications. For example – International Baccalaureate Diploma pass achieved at 28 points or above
    • and 3 GCSE passes grade C or above

    We will also consider other evidence of prior learning and experience via Accreditation of Prior (Experiential) Learning – AP(E)L and / or alternative qualifications assessed as offering the same level as the above requirements.

    English language requirements

    All classes are taught in English. If English isn’t your first language you must provide evidence at enrolment of the following: