Falmouth University is a specialist creative multi-arts institution for rethinking convention and outthinking challenges. At a time when conventional thinking doesn't work any more, it's a potent formula.
For our students
At the heart of creativity in the UK and the world, Falmouth University has a very special atmosphere that propagates originality and stimulates challenging creativity. With us you'll advance the boundaries of your craftsmanship and creative expression. You'll explore the convergence between technology and the arts. You'll develop your own creative identity and increase the value of it. You'll constantly push the limits of just how good you can be. But you'll never be on your own. It may not always be comfortable, but it will be courageous, diverse, exciting, experimental, progressive, relevant and transforming.
Today, there has never been a greater need for creativity. With it, goals can be met and surpassed, opportunities created and lives, as well as commerce enriched. At Falmouth University, our research and innovation shapes our teaching and the world we live in. Our national and international partnerships provide opportunity for business and students alike. Through our students we nurture and release creative capital. It benefits them as well as the world.
For more than 100 years Falmouth University has been challenging creativity. Through it, we are redefining creative education and making a vital contribution to the resurgence of the local and global economies.
The UCAS deadline for Bachelors programmes is usually 15 January, but late applications are accepted until 30 June. There are no fixed deadlines for Masters programmes but it is recommended that you apply before the end of May.
When you apply to Falmouth University, you will need to prove your English proficiency.
Please note that the required English scores for admission may vary for certain programmes.
Notable alumni of Falmouth University include Rex Crowle (BAFTA-winning game developer) and Gunnar Garfors (world-record traveller).