TEF Bronze award
World Top 400
A UK top 20 creative university, and in the QS top 100 worldwide for arts and humanities, Goldsmiths prides itself on teaching independent thought and critical interpretation and reflection.
Goldsmiths mostly teaches arts and humanities subjects such as History of Art and Music, and offers 22 different degree programmes. Goldsmith's unique academic approach stems from close interaction between 15 academic departments and specialist centres and units. Students can also benefit from extensive industry links and support with placement opportunities.
Beyond studying, you'll find your time at Goldsmiths is enriched by some of the exciting things taking place on our South East London campus. Here are some amenities near our campus.