|Rank 25||Location England, UK||Established 2005||International Students 17%|
|Famous Courses Masters courses, Bachelors courses, Engineering courses, Computers courses, Science courses, Humanities courses, Business courses, MFA, BSc, BBA, MBA, MS, BHM, BE/Btech, MArch, MIM, MA, MEM||International Fees £18,050|
UCA or University for the Creative Arts was established in 2005 in Canterbury, London, UK. It is a public-owned university covering courses in various fields of creative education and research.
The main vision behind UCA is creativity. It is believed that creativity drives global communities towards more vibrance and innovation, and makes them more human.
The University is designed around a creative and inclusive framework. The main goal lies in inspiring society to use their creative prowess to bring about a change, and improve their lives and that of others.
UCA has four campuses across the United Kingdom. These campuses are situated at Rochester, Epsom, Farnham, and Canterbury. The University has partnered with the Royal School of Needlework, situated in Hampton Court Palace, and Maidstone TV Studios, the UK's biggest independent production facility. The UCA has been ranked #44 under University Rankings in the UK by The Complete University Guide in 2021. On the other hand, The Guardian ranked the University as #33 in 2021.
Courses in various lines of study such as Architecture, Crafts, Creative Business, Fashion, Film, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, Media, Photography, and the Performing Arts are available at the prestigious University. The University extends studies at pre-school, undergraduate, and postgraduate levels.
Under architecture studies pertaining to BA (Hons.) in Garden Design, BA (Hons.) in Interior Architecture and Design, and MA in Architecture are available.
Key courses in animation include BA (Hons.) in Computer Animation Arts, B.Sc. (Hons.) in Creative Computing, MA in Games Design, and MA in Animation.
Crafts, creative education, jewelry, fashion textiles, and 3D design all have a BA (Hons.) and an MA degree in their respective specializations.
The creative business department offers an MA, MBA, and MSc in Human Resources Management, as well as BA and BSc degrees in other management specializations.
The Film and TV, and Fine Art Departments provide BA and MA degrees in fine art, filmmaking, theatre, and other disciplines on all of the university's campuses.
Students in Graphic Design can pursue a BA or MA in Graphic Design, as well as a BA in Illustration, or a BA or BSc in Advertising.
The Media and Journalism department presents BA and MA degrees in fashion journalism, creative writing, and other fields, as does the Music Department, which offers a BA or BSc degree in Music Business and Management, Creative Arts, and other fields.
The Performing Arts Department only provides a BA in Acting and Performance, as well as Design for Theatre and Screen.
The University has separate dates for the beginning of Term 1 for its pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Term 1 of pre-degree courses is expected to start on September 20, 2021, and so do the postgraduate courses. Undergraduate courses commence on September 27, 2021. The international foundation courses begin on October 4, 2021.