University of the Arts, London

Review Breakdown

Campus / University Buildings
Learning Facilities
Sports Facilities
Student Union
Career Services
Organisation

Reviews

Anonymous

UAL is located in the centre of London meaning it's a great place to be based if you want to see as many exhibitions as possible. I like the fact that even within the uni there's always lots of art events going on. The library is amazing and the wealth of resources we have is great to do all my research for projects. However , I find the fact that it is solely an art uni means it's in some ways narrow minded and I expected more of a uni feeling than I got. Everyone's vocation is art so there isn't much want for the same amount of clubs and societies that other unis have to offer. I think that if your vocation is art as well, then it is a haven of like-minded people but if you have other passions, this might not be the best place for you.

Anonymous

The course is really engaging and the tutors are really hard working. There is a wide variety of facilities and diverse access to these workshops.

Anonymous

Good uni in the sense it has amazing connections, and is worth it if you are the type of individual who is very self motivated. This is because you do not have much contact time.

Anonymous

Good facilities Student union poor Careers and contacts good Lecturers knowledgable Study units disorganised Small amount of in class hours

Anonymous

This University is really amazing with experienced tutors and training plans. Also they provide many support for different needs.

Anonymous

The facilities and data bases available are of high standard and careers services are opportunistic. The student union could be better as there is little events or cheap union bars to go to. We are open to high level lecturers and individuals from industry to help develop our future careers.

Anonymous

The university is great and extremy unique. When you enter the building, you get a feeling how it’s different in so many ways. Aftee studying here for a while, a feeling doesn’t dissapear. You feel welcome and comfortable. It seems like there is always someone ready to help you.

Anonymous

I commute to my uni as I’m only at uni a few days a week. The campus is a rented out building (I believe) so it’s very old but the interior is getting better. Other campuses within the uni definitely have better buildings ...

Anonymous

The facilities are really good, and with good security. A good variety of courses and easy access workshops. It is constantly being updated, and therefore can seem a bit caotic at times.