[C] Central Saint Martins
Granary Building 1 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C 4AA

Short Courses

Central Saint Martins offers one of UK’s largest short course programmes dedicated to the arts, design and performance. Young designers, professionals, artists and enthusiasts come to learn new skills, develop their portfolios or spend their leisure time following an area of personal interest.

Foundation and Access to HE

Foundation and Foundation Plus develop students' research, ideas, making and reflective skills in preparation for undergraduate study. The courses cover all the major art and design disciplines enabling students to make informed decisions about their future studies. Prepare to be challenged and achieve a place on your ideal undergraduate course.


Undergraduate courses at Central Saint Martins engage our students with the most current ideas and methods in their particular field, and encourage every student to develop their own identity and interests. With very close connections to industry and cultural resources of London, our approach is always forward-looking and ambitious.

Integrated Masters

Integrated Masters courses at Central Saint Martins enable students to undertake three years of undergraduate level study, followed by a fourth year of postgraduate level study, leading to a Masters qualification.


Postgraduate courses at Central Saint Martins are where the next set of ideas and methods in particular disciplines are forged. We lead not follow. Steeped in a research environment, our postgraduate courses and students develop the agendas as to where the creative industries and intellectual debate might go next.

Study Abroad

Our Study Abroad programmes are for international undergraduate students wanting to study at Central Saint Martins as part of their on-going studies. Students can choose from either our Integrated or Free Elective Semester programmes or our 3-week Summer Study Abroad courses in art, design and fashion.

Research Degrees

Postgraduate researchers at Central Saint Martins participate in and contribute to the broad research culture of the College and play a vital role in extending the scholarly boundaries of knowledge and practice within art and design.