At Goldsmiths, you can study creative, contemporary and inspiring courses that will make you see the world differently. Learn from world-leading academics who have helped to shape culture and define society. Explore your craft with technicians and practitioners with connections and extensive experience in the creative sectors.
You can study undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across the arts, humanities, social sciences and computing. We also run preparatory programmes for international students who require additional academic and English language support.
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• We're a world-class university, ranked in the world's top 350 universities by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17, and the world's elite by the QS World University Rankings 2016-17
• We have 10 subject areas in the world's elite according to the 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject: Anthropology, Art and Design, Communication and Media Studies, Computer Science & Information Systems, English Language and Literature, History, Performing Arts (which includes Music and Theatre and Performance), Politics & International Studies, Psychology, Sociology
• We've been voted one of the top creative universities in the UK by students (Which? University 2017)
• 9 out of 10 of our students go into work or further study when they graduate (DLHE 2014-15)
• Our students come from over 140 countries • Our London zone 2 campus is a great base for exploring the city – you’ll have world class shops, restaurants, bars, theatres, cinemas, galleries and museums on your doorstep
• We have plenty of support on offer for international students, from English language preparation to help finding work experience
• We’ve been part of the world-renowned University of London since 1904. That means that when you graduate from Goldsmiths, you’ll also graduate from the University of London