IES: London Slade School of Fine Art

Through the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES), studio art students may enroll in the Slade School of Fine Art and focus on contemporary art, its practice, as well as the theories and histories that inform it.  Slade is small in size with a supportive yet challenging environment. Slade is located within University College London on Gower Street in Central London. 

Fields of study:

Studio Art, Contemporary Art, Contemporary Art History, Contemporary Art Theory

Eligibility:

Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.  Admission is selective.  Students must prepare a portfolio of 15 slides representing a range of talents.

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring

Calendar:

September-December; January-June

Credits:

16 credits per semester - Students participate in independent studio work rather than specific courses.

Credit Conversion:

1 IES credit = 1 Whitman credit

Housing:

In a University College London self-catered student house

Meals:

Students may prepare their own meals in house kitchens or purchase meals at various food outlets on the main UCL campus.

Deadline:

Placement in UCL housing is competitive and applying early is strongly recommended.

Scholarships:

See Link to Financial Aid

Program Link:

IES: Slade School of Fine Art