We’re really excited about the prospect of you joining our creative community.
We know waiting for interview and results can be a nerve wracking time, so here are a few things you might find useful in the meantime.
Your home is your castle and we know it’s important to get it right! There are two main types of accommodation to consider — halls of residence and private rented accommodation. Download the Accommodation Guide and Check out your options.
Accommodation day dates are below. These informal days are for meeting other students, landlords and seeing what private accommodation is available.
- Friday 18th July
- Friday 15th August
Visit the Accommodation homepage for everything you need to know and check out the video tour of all of our accommodation below:
What we have at AUB is pretty unique — we’re a small, single campus near the sea which encourages community and collaboration. Find how our current students enjoy AUB life.
Portfolio and Interview Guidelines
If you’ve been invited for an interview, this is an opportunity for you to demonstrate to us your self-motivation and commitment to your area of study. Read the guidelines for your course so you are fully prepared.
Fees and Funding
Open Days and Campus Tours
Come and see us — we run campus tours every month or you can book one at a time to suit you. Our next general Open Day is Saturday 21st June, where you can also see our Summer Shows. Keep these dates in your dairy — booking opens in March. The Summer Show is the best opportunity to see all final year work from all courses. The whole campus opens up as an exhibition — it’s pretty spectacular.
At AUB, we like to see things differently, to look at the world from different angles and to ask, “What happens if?”
Kscope is our gift to the curious, a way to create, capture and share your view.
Don’t wait until you get here, start creating your very own take on the world now.
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Girl on Flying Machine, Yinka Shonibare MBE, 2008.
Image © the artist and courtesy of the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London and James Cohan Gallery, New York