University for the creative arts league table

By | 18th May 2017

University for the creative arts league table

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University for the Creative Arts

2018 League Table Ranking: 54th

Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2017

Minimum fee£4,160Maximum fee£9,250

Minimum fee charged before fee waivers are taken into account; maximum fee permitted under the institution’s access agreement for one or more courses. Fees correct at August 2016 as reported to OFFA.

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Bursaries and Scholarships

  • The university has a small number of scholarships available for students on the following undergraduate courses: Music Journalism, Fashion Journalism, Television Production, Journalism & Media Production, and Television & Media Production. Please refer to the university website for details of bursaries and scholarships.

University for the creative arts league table

The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) is situated in the South East of England with four campuses in Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, and Rochester, as well as specialist courses at The Maidstone Television Studios and the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace.  We’re a small and specialist university with an art college environment and each campus is populated by a concentration of talented students and academics. Creators of Rupert the Bear, Morph and Aleksandr the Meerkat all studied at UCA.  Now the second largest specialist creative arts university in Europe, we have a 160 year track record of educating creative practitioners who go on to lead in their chosen field.