Fine Art Bachelors & Masters in London

Program University Student satis­faction Unem­ployed Drop­out Tuition (UK) Tuition (Inter­national) UCAS Tariff City
Fine Art (4 years) BA (Hons) University College London 33% 10% 0% £9250 £35000 204 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art BA (Hons) London Metropolitan University 76% 3% 15% £9250 £19250 123 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art Technology BA (Hons) University of East London 57% 10% 10% £9250 £13920 146 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art BFA (Hons) University College London 27% 10% 0% £9250 £35000 179 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art BA (Hons) University of East London 57% 10% 10% £9250 £13920 126 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art BA (Hons) Middlesex University 53% 0% 0% £9250 £15100 126 London On campus Full-time
Fine Art and Art History BA (Hons) Kingston University 78% 0% 0% £9250 - 141 Kingston upon Thames On campus Full-time
Fine Art BA (Hons) Kingston University 76% 0% 7% £9250 - 145 Kingston upon Thames On campus Full-time
Fine Art MFA (PG) Kingston University - - - £10900 £18700 - Kingston upon Thames On campus Full-time
Fine Art Technology (with Foundation Year) BA (Hons) University of East London - - - £9250 £13920 - London On campus Full-time
Fine Art MA (PG) Middlesex University - - - £50 £84 - London On campus Part-time
Fine Art (Top-up) BA London Metropolitan University - - - £9250 £19250 - London On campus Full-time
Fine Art (with Foundation Year) BA (Hons) University of East London - - - £9250 £13920 - London On campus Full-time
Fine Art with Foundation Year BA (Hons) Middlesex University - - - £9250 £15100 - London On campus Full-time
Fine Art (including foundation year) BA (Hons) London Metropolitan University - - - £2310 £4815 - London On campus Part-time
Art and Design (including foundation year) BA (Hons) London Metropolitan University - - - £2310 £4815 - London On campus Part-time
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Jobs & Career Perspectives

Career perspectives for Fine Art

15 months after graduation, graduates of this subject were asked about their current circumstances of employment, what they do, and whether their activities and perspectives are directly related to their studies.

Current jobs

Among graduates of Fine Art who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number who “agree” or “strongly agree” with the statements about their job.

Specialisations within Fine Art

  • Visual Arts
  • Photography
  • Filmmaking
  • Art History
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Acting
  • Creative Writing
  • Design

Skills that graduates consider useful for their work in Fine Art

  • Communication skills
  • Realistic drawing
  • Constructive drawing
  • Time management
  • Drawing from life
  • Drawing from memory and imagination
  • Knowledge of art materials
  • Networking

Required skill level of job after 15 months

Among graduates of Fine Art who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number of highly skilled vs non-highly skilled jobs (Unistats).

Jobs of graduates of Fine Art (15 months after graduation)

Example below based on all graduates of Fine Art at Anglia Ruskin University

15% Business and public service associate professionals
15% Sales occupations
10% Customer service occupations
10% Managers, directors and senior officials
10% Media Professionals
10% Administrative occupations
10% Welfare and housing associate professionals
10% Information Technology Professionals
10% Elementary occupations
10% Sales occupations

Grading & Study Time

Entry Requirements / Admissions

Get advice on which foundation courses are best for you to still study Fine Art, if you do not meet the minimum requirements in terms of UCAS score, A levels, or English language requirements.

FAQ

The price of rent in London has the highest impact on overall living expenses. Your choice of where to live in London will make a huge difference to your costs of living. Students studying in London pay on average 67% more on rent than students in the rest of the UK. Overall student living costs in London will be approx 34% more than in the rest of the UK.