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The University for the Creative Arts is spread across 4 campuses in Kent and Surrey. It got its start as a disparate set of public art and design colleges in the Southeast. These were the Farnham School of art (founded 1866), the Maidstone College of Art (founded 1867), the Guildford School of Art (founded 1870), […]

University for the Creative Arts

UK

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Norwich University of the Arts was founded in 1845 as the Norwich School of Design. It grew steadily, and was approved to offer BA Honours degree courses in 1975. In 1989, the Great Yarmouth College of Art joined the school. They began offering MA degrees in partnership with Anglia Polytechnic in 1993, and became the […]

Norwich University of the Arts

UK

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Liverpool Hope University was founded as The Church of England’s Warrington Training College in 1844, quickly joined by The Sisters of Notre Dame’s Our Lady’s Training College in 1856. In 1964 Christ’s College was opened as well and the three joined together as an Ecumenical Federation in 1980. This was known as the Liverpool institute […]

Liverpool Hope University

UK

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Leeds Arts University was effectively founded in 1846, when the Literary Institute merged with the Leeds Mechanics Institute to become the Leeds School of Art. Though there have been several name changes over the years, the focus on producing commercially and industrially successful artists remains the same. The name Leeds College of Arts was adopted […]

Leeds Arts University

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Goldsmiths University of London got its start in 1792 as the Counter Hill Academy in New Cross. It became The Goldsmiths’ Companies Technical and Recreative Institute in 1891. It became part of the University of London in the very early 20th century, becoming Goldsmiths’ College. It was made a full School of the University of […]

Goldsmiths University of London

UK

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