UAL Wimbledon College of Arts

Where fine art & theatre combine.

Wimbledon College of Arts (WCA), a part of the University of the Arts London (UAL), was founded in 1890, and maintains an outstanding reputation for its specialization in fine art and theatre. The school is especially noted for its Theater Design programs. The community of 800 students learn in the school’s specialist workshops, studios and on-site professional theater from expert professors and technicians who either work in the industry or have their own practice.

U.S. School of Record
St. Norbert College (WI)

Mixture of around 800 study abroad and degree-seeking students from the UK and around the world.


  • Study theater in the top theater destination.
  • Cross-course projects and shared lectures encourage collaboration between students in all programs.
  • Southwest London location combines green, open spaces with easy access to the city’s thriving art and theater scenes.

Wimbledon’s courses share projects, lectures and exhibitions in order to encourage students to work collaboratively across specializations. The school offers excellent facilities for fine art and theater, including Wimbledon’s professional standard theatre, fully equipped with the latest technology and equipment, including flexible ground floor and mezzanine seating that allows various uses of the creative space. Wimbledon’s Southwest location on the outskirts of London combines green, open spaces with easy access to the city’s thriving art and theater scenes. The close-knit and friendly college community is a short walk from the Wimbledon Village town center, which is bustling with shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs and is a twenty minute train ride to London’s center.

Areas of Study

Digital & Studio Arts
Theater & Performing Arts

About SAI

SAI Programs is dedicated to providing academic and cultural learning experiences abroad that enhance global awareness, professional development and social responsibility. We concentrate our programs in Europe, with a focus on in-depth learning of individual European countries and their unique global role in the geopolitical economy, humanities, and in the arts.