University for the Creative Arts

UCA is the third largest provider of design, and creative and performing arts higher education in the UK, with around 5,845 students.[32] It offers courses in a very wide range of architecture, art, crafts, design, fashion, media and performing arts subjects.[33]

Courses are offered at pre-degree further education, undergraduate, taught postgraduate and doctoral levels.[34]

The University is organised into ten academic schools: Business School for the Creative Industries, Canterbury School of Architecture & Design, School of Communications, School of Fashion & Textiles, School of Film, Media & Performing Arts, School of Fine Art, Crafts & Photography, School of Games & Creative Technology, UCA Doctoral College, UCA International College (UCAIC), and Institute of Creativity and Innovation (ICI).[35]

It has eight research centres: Centre for Sustainable Design, Crafts Study Centre, Animation Research Centre, International Textile Research Centre, Audio Research Cluster, Cluster for Cinema/Affect/Place (CCAP), Conflict and the Creative Arts Research Centre, and UCA Innovation Hub.[36]

The UK's first Business School for the Creative Industries is based at UCA Epsom.[37]