Established in 1902, Falmouth University has evolved from art school to creative innovation hub. It’s ranked as the UK’s number one University in the arts and creative industries.
The University now has nearly 4500 students from foundation level, to PhD. They are drawn from over 100 countries around the world, as well as closer to home with nearly 15% of Falmouth students coming from Cornwall.
They benefit from world-class teaching and state of the art, industry standard facilities. Falmouth University has identified three strategic themes for research: the digital economy, sustainable design and creative, connected communuites. Both through its research and teaching, the university aims to play a major role in the economic regeneration of Cornwall while helping graduates into great jobs.
Across all the disciplines taught at Falmouth, the university’s key aim is to provide its students with the skills to launch their careers and with the entrepreneurial confidence to turn their ideas into a commercial success.
Over recent years the creative industries have enjoyed rapid change, becoming the UK’s highest growth sector, which makes this the ideal time to consider a creative future.