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Posted 03.06.19

Study with us in 2019

By Kat Peberdy

It’s not too late to apply for Autumn 2019 entry onto one of our BAs, MAs or our Foundation course – and it couldn’t be easier.

Step one: get in touch with our friendly team to book a tour, talk to a tutor or find out more about applying

Step two: create a UCAS account and fill in your application

Step three: get ready to start your creative journey with us. We’ll be in touch about your next steps, which might be through an interview or informal chat.

Any questions? Get in touch: +44 (0)1752 203402


Joining us this Autumn?
You’ll be entitled to a college bursary that you won’t have to pay back. You’ll receive £300 in your first year, £400 in year two and £500 in your final year. If you choose a four-year extended degree, you’ll receive £1,400 in total.

Want to visit but worried about the cost of traveling to us?
Our travel bursary could help. If you live over 50 miles away, we’ll give you up to £80 towards your travel expenses - so you can focus on making the most of your visit to us.


Our students have an overall satisfaction rating of 83% for our incredible course-specific learning resources.
Source: NSS survey 2019

Plymouth is surrounded by three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a Marine Conservation Zone and Dartmoor National Park. Over 40% of the city is designated as green space.

Don’t just take our word for it: Plymouth is ‘Britain’s coolest little city by the sea’ according to GQ, and made The Times Top 20 Places to Live in Britain (2017). While Devon has the best quality of life anywhere in England and Wales, states The Guardian (2019).


Applying late or through clearing? All students starting this Autumn are guaranteed accommodation – with all bills included and no additional fees to pay. Provided through Clever Student Lets or Host, locations are all just a short walk from the college.


We’ve set aside Wednesdays as a regular day for students to explore creative skills outside their usual programme, providing opportunities to perfect new processes, strengthen existing skills, and engage in learning opportunities across the college. Photography students can learn how to print textiles, Graphic Design students can learn glassblowing, and Fashion students can learn how to oil paint - students are encouraged to make the most of all of our facilities.


We’re fully committed to providing equal opportunities for all – and to delivering an inclusive curriculum:
• No waiting lists for counselling, health and wellbeing guidance.
• Ranked fifth out of UK universities for class equality (HEPI, 2018).


We can help you arrange a personal tour or informal chat at a time that suits you - just contact to arrange.