University for the Creative Arts

The University for the Creative Arts is a specialist art and design university located in the south of England.

The UCA is the second largest provider of creative arts education in the UK. It offers a wide range of architecture, art, design, fashion, media and performing arts subjects. Courses are offered at pre-degree further education, undergraduate, taught postgraduate, and even doctoral levels.

The university is organized into seven academic schools: Canterbury School of Architecture; Communication Design; Crafts & Design; Fashion; Film, Media & Performing Arts; Fine Art & Photography; and Further Education.

It also has five research centres: Centre for Digital Scholarship, Centre for Sustainable Design, Crafts Study Centre, Fine Art & Photography Research Centre, and International Textile Research Centre. The UK's first Business School for the Creative Industries is based at UCA Epsom.

UCA has been providing creative education for over 160 years. It is the second largest provider of creative education in Europe. Based in scenic Surrey and Kent, the university has campuses in Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham and Rochester.

As a specialist arts institution, the university is 100% creative and prides itself on developing students' skills and thinking in environments that replicated the studios found within the creative industries, alongside peers on courses spanning arts, businesses and technology.

The university is named the Modern University of the Year by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide in 2019. The university is also ranked 25th in the THE "Table of Tables" which identifies the top thirty UK institutions based on the average ranking across multiple league tables. The Guardian League Table 2020 also positions the university as 13th out of all UK universities.

The University for the Creative Arts is a Public university located in Canterbury.
The University for the Creative Arts was founded in 2005.
The current president of University for the Creative Arts is Magdalene Odundo.
According to verified online sources, the University for the Creative Arts enrolls a total of 4805 students.
According to the main website, the University for the Creative Arts has a total student population of 4500 undergraduate students and 305 graduate students.

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