• England
    • London
Fall, J-Term, Short Term
Subject Areas
Advertising Architecture Art History Arts Communications Computer Science Creative Writing Cultural Studies Design Digital Media Entrepreneurship Fashion Design Film Graphic Design Interior Design International Business Journalism Liberal Arts Marketing Media Relations Museum Studies Music Performing Arts Photography Public Relations Theater Visual Arts Web Design +18
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Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level
Apartment Dormitory


Starting Price
What's Included
Activities Classes Wifi
What's Included (Extra)

Industry experts

What's Not Included
Accommodation Airfare Meals Transportation Visa
Oct 12, 2023
Oct 12, 2023
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About Program

Explore. Understand. Communicate. Creative industries are not just about making meaning, they are also about making money. When you join Creative Industries London you’ll get under the skin of contemporary communication practices in one of the most inspiring cities in the world.

This course has been developed specifically for you if you are are joining an Integrated Study Abroad programme at University of the Arts London. You can add the Creative Industries London module to your autumn or spring term.

With a focus on disruptive design, media and screen industries it is ideal for students joining degrees in fashion, media communications, photography, advertising, PR, graphic design, information and interaction design, film, animation and games.

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

We are committed to creating a fairer and more inclusive institution for all staff, students, visitors and our university community.

LGBTQIA+ Support

Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are integral parts of our University's strategy, values and activities. We support protected characteristics including age, disability, gender reassignment (gender identity), marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation.

Neurodivergent Support

The Disability Service arranges adjustments and support for disabled students. Over 3500 students at the University are in contact with us. We work with students who are disabled according to the Equality Act 2010. This includes students who have:

Dyslexia or another Specific Learning Difference
A sensory impairment
A physical impairment
A long-term health or mental health condition
Another long-term condition which has an impact on your day-to-day life
We offer advice before you begin your course and at any stage of your student journey. Contact disability@arts.ac.uk before or after you have applied. A Disability Adviser will then contact you. They can help explain the adjustments, support and funding available for your studies.

Accessibility Support

Students who require step-free access, or need minimal walking distances, are advised to contact the Disability Service as early as possible to discuss their needs. Full access and route guides to all our sites are available on the AccessAble website.



We're taking climate-focused action to change the way we live, teach and work. Creating a just, sustainable future is at the centre of our mission. We're in the top 5 greenest universities in the UK and are the highest-ranking arts university in People & Planet’s University League.

Ethical Impact

We believe in the value of a creative education to make the world a better place. We're working to embed our social purpose in everything we do and use our position to shape thriving and sustainable creative industries.

Program Highlights

  • 3 US credits (to be awarded by home university)
  • Study in September or January (J-term)
  • 45 class hours
  • Inspiring trips and connections with industry professionals

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Creative Industries London Review

Nida and the other guests that were brought in: Nina, Ollie, Eva, Nicole, Onome and others were in red knowledgeable as well as kind. Nida created a sense of community and highlighted the importance of it in the creative industry. There was no better way I could have been introduced to the creative industries in London. It’s clear how skilled Nida is, and that she is incredibly well read and well informed. She showed us many interesting places in London that enhanced our understanding of the Industries. The course has helped me beyond the class as well, having read 2 books Nida suggested as well as in my current semester-long class work. I loved this class and would highly recommend to anyone interested in London culture and artistic industry. Or just anyone who has an open mind.

  • Broadened my knowledge of London
  • Good recommendations for museums, artistic spaces
  • Made friends
  • Too short
  • Sometimes difficult work
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