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Join us for the UAL Graduate Showcase created with IBM, celebrating the achievements of our graduates in art, communication, design, fashion, media and performing arts. For the first time in history you can explore the work of UAL's graduates in one curated space.

This year, our graduating students have been challenged like never before. The Showcase will explore how creativity can help us to understand the present and imagine a better future in our rapidly changing world.

Throughout the Showcase you’ll see the range of incredible work our students have produced during their time at UAL. These results reflect the hard work and commitment they've given to their course as well as their remarkable efforts to adapt to the challenges of studying during lockdown and ultimately graduating within a global pandemic.

It’s a great opportunity to discover what it’s like to study on a course at UAL and what our students achieve throughout their time with us.

We hope to see you there!
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