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Join our global student community to learn creative skills from industry experts in one of the world's leading creative economies.

If you're looking for a degree course to help you build a career in the creative industries, the UK is an exciting place to study. Its creative sector is one of the fastest-growing areas of the economy, employing 3.2million people and making £101.5billion a year. Meanwhile, the city of London is known throughout the world as a driving force in the global creative economy.

 

Application information

Application information

Academic requirements:

For our Foundation level courses, we usually require that you have:

  • Norwegian Vitnemål fra den Videregående Skole with average score 2, including a score of at least 4 in English.

For our Bachelor's courses, we usually require that you have:

  • Norwegian Vitnemål fra den Videregående Skole with average score 3, including a score of at least 4 in English.

For our Master's courses, we usually require that you have:

  • Successful completion of your Bachelor's degree from a recognised university.
  • For the MArch, we require the equivalent of a UK 2:1 Honours degree in Architecture. The exact grade required will be confirmed at the time of application.

English Language requirements:

  • We require a score of at least 4 in the English component of your Vitnemål. (if your English score is lower than 4 then we will require you to take an IELTS test and achieve satisfactory scores)

UCA works with a number of overseas representatives who can help you make an application to UCA. 

Overseas Representatives Contact email Website
Study Outside Norway (SONOR) info@sonor.no https://sonor.no/ 

We have a number of fee discounts, also known as scholarships, available to new students from international countries who would like study with us from September 2021. These discounts are available to new International students and International alumni who graduated within the last three years.

See below for information about the different scholarships available: 

Name

Value

Course(s)

Eligibility

Criteria

Early-bird reduction

£1,200 fee deduction for first year

All full-time courses including PhD

All international students

Deposit paid in full by last day of April (September start date) or October (February start date) AND first year tuition fees paid in full by the end of the enrolment period or in two instalments. Please see our fee regulations for additional payment options and conditions.

International Future Leaders of the Creative Industries Scholarships 

£3,000 fee deduction for the first year 

All full-time courses including PhD 

All international students 

Academic and creative excellence, meet the English language requirements for direct entry to your course, deposit paid in full by last day of July (September start date) or November (February start dates)  AND first year tuition fees paid in full by the end of the enrolment period or in two instalments. Please see our fee regulations for additional payment options and conditions

Vice Chancellor's Internationalisation Scholarships 

£3,000 fee deduction for the first year 

All full-time courses including PhD  

All international students from specific territories

Academic and creative excellence, meet the English language requirements for direct entry to your course, deposit paid in full by last day of July (September start date) or November (February start dates) AND first year tuition fees paid in full by the end of the enrolment period or in two instalments. Please see our fee regulations for additional payment options and conditions. (Territories included: West Africa, Latin America, United States of America, Iran, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Jordan) 

UCA Crafts Scholarships

£6,000 each year

BA (Hons) Ceramics & Glass

MA Ceramics

MA Glass 

All international offer holders 

Academic and creative excellence, deposit paid in full by last day of July (September start date) or November (February start dates) AND first year tuition fees paid in full by the end of the enrolment period or in two instalments. Please see our fee regulations for additional payment options and conditions.

UCA Impact Scholarships 

£2,000 each year 

BA (Hons) Fashion

BA (Hons) Fashion Design

BA (Hons) International Buying & Merchandising

MA Fashion

MA Design, Innovation & Brand Management

MA Human Resource Management for Creative Industries 

All international offer holders

Essay on impact of course on creative industries in their country, deposit paid in full by last day of July (September start date) or November (February start dates) AND first year tuition fees paid in full by the end of the enrolment period or in two instalments. Please see our fee regulations for additional payment options and conditions

Terms and conditions

Eligibility

  • Applicable for 2021-22 entry.
  • The scholarship cannot be combined with any other UCA scholarship.
  • Successful applicants will be expected to get involved in promotional activities.
  • There are a limited number of each scholarship available and they are awarded on a first come first serve basis so long as you meet the eligibility criteria and you have been nominated by an academic.

How to apply

The early-bird scholarship will be automatically awarded if you meet all the eligibility criteria.

For all other scholarships if you are not nominated by an academic member of staff at your interview you can apply directly using the International Scholarship Application Form.

Once you have submitted your application you will receive an automated email confirming your form submission.

Get in touch

Please let the country manager know if you have any questions or need help with your application!

Trudy Li

Trudy Li

Regional Recruitment Manager

Email: trudy.li@uca.ac.uk

Mobile/WhatsApp: +44 (0)7972 677 186

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