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Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Archived Work by Year

New Talent Annual 2012

Address

Granary Building 1 Granary Square King's Cross
London,
N1C 4AA GB

Phone

+44-(0)20-7514-7000

Mission

An art college and cultural centre in one, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design is internationally renowned for the creative energy of its students, staff and graduates.

We have an outstanding reputation for educating short course, foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and research students. Fundamental to study at the College are experimentation, innovation, risk-taking, questioning and discovery, within a highly supportive learning environment, no matter which discipline you choose to study.

We have wide-ranging links to the creative industries, and our permanent teaching staff, all experts in their subject specialisms, are supported by associate and visiting lecturers who are active practitioners in their chosen fields.

Generations of internationally renowned artists, designers and performers - individuals whose work has defined or transformed our times - began their creative journeys at Central Saint Martins: meet our alumni.

Our shows, exhibitions, events, publications and research outputs make us a major force in one of the world's cultural capitals, a resource offering unlimited opportunities for collaboration not only for students and staff but also with the wider arts and design community.

By bringing all our disciplines together on one purpose-built site at King's Cross, our new campus opens up exciting possibilities for creative collaboration as well as promising an outstanding social scene for our students at the heart of London's newest cultural quarter.

"It is one of London's, indeed Britain's, most revered art institutions"
The Independent Education Supplement

Founded

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design was founded in 1989 due to the merging of Central School of Art and Design, founded in 1896, and Saint Martins School of Art, founded in 1854.

Enrolled Students

13,000 students

Tuition Undergraduate

National: 9,000euro per year; International: 13,300euro per year

Tuition Graduate

Approximately 7,500euro, depending on the course

Notable Alumni

Actors Simon Callow and Helen McCrory, Artists Richard Hamilton and Richard Long, both Turner Prize winners, Designers Colin Forbes, Douglas Scott, and Anna Fleischle, Illustrators Jason Brooks and Ronald Ferns, Musicians PJ Harvey and Mick Jones and Writers Diana Ross, Catherine Johnson and Hamish Bowles.

Scholarships

Undergraduate scholarships for both EU students and international students include: BA Fashion- Swarovski scholarship, BA Fashion- Grand Prix LVMH scholarship and a BA Jewelry Design- Swarovski scholarship. Graduate scholarships for EU students include: MA Communication Design- Alan Fletcher Scholarship, MA Fashion- Scholarships, bursaries, and awards, MA Narrative Environments Bursary, MRes Art- bursaries and PhD- bursaries. Graduate scholarships for international students include: MA Character Animation- Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship, MA Fashion- Scholarships, bursaries, and awards, MA Fine Art- Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship, MA Fine Arts- Mona Hatoum scholarship, MA Photography- Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship, MA Textile Futures- ISH/UAL Graduate Scholarship, MRes Art- bursaries and a PhD Scholarship.

Financial Aid

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design offers its students a wide range of financial assistance. There are different scholarships and bursaries available depending on the level of courses you will be studying, i.e. Further Education, Undergraduate or Postgraduate.

Undergraduate Programs

There are four different schools at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, which are the School of Art, the School of Fashion & Textiles, the School of Communication, Product and Spatial Design and the Drama Centre. Within these schools there are the following programs: Art, Ceramics, Product and Industrial Design, Culture and Enterprise, Centre and Performance, Fashion, Graphic Communication Design, Spatial Practices, Textiles and Jewelry and Foundation Studies & Access to HE.

Graduate Programs

Art, Ceramics, Product and Industrial Design, Culture and Enterprise, Centre and Performance, Fashion, Graphic Communication Design, Spatial Practices, Textiles and Jewelry and Foundation Studies & Access to HE.

On Campus Clubs

The Students' Union provides a multitude of opportunities for students, including entertainment, activities, clubs, multi-media, jobs, advice, support, volunteer opportunities, bars, a café and much more.

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