Home or away?
With the majority of UK universities now charging up to £9,000 a year, Arts London News explains why more and more students are choosing to leave home and study abroad
All the world's his stageCSM alumnus Sean O'Hara speaks about his artistic creation, university and changing industry.
When music meets the webThe ongoing expansion of the Internet is changing the music industry and people's approach to music.
Taxidermy: A popular art formFormer Chelsea College of Art and Design student Alex Randall has become a new names in lighting design.
Internships: The Pros and ConsIn today’s climate of economic decline and academic devaluation, the unpaid internship has become a mandatory requirement.
The artworks of 21 UAL students from all six colleges, including graphics, fine arts and fashion, are on display at the exhibition.
Students risk more debt by studying in London
Students are being put off London universities because of housing costs in the capital and the increase in tuition fees.
The recession's impact on creative industries
The recession has taken its toll on almost every industry. Sinking into the double-dip we take a look at the future of the creative industries.
Eco-designer launches jewellery collection
CSM Graduate Hattie Rickards is launching her ethical and environmental jewellery collection Kaleidoscope this month.