Ravensbourne University London
Ravensbourne University London


Ravensbourne University London Location


Ravensbourne University London





Ravensbourne University London

Key Information
Location London, England
Established 1959
Percent International Students 8%
Famous For Fashion, Digital Film, Design
International Fees £16,500-17,000
Key Information
Location London, England
Established 1959
Percent International Students 8%
Famous For Fashion, Digital Film, Design
International Fees £16,500-17,000


Based in London’s Design District, Ravensbourne University is renowned for its strong industry links and nurtures a close-knit global network of creators, makers, and innovators. Established in 1962, Ravensbourne has a strong educational heritage and fosters enterprise and innovation within a forward-focused academic community.

Home to over 4,000 students, the university is a progressive, industry-focused institution offering a portfolio of specialist, practice-based courses in business, computing, design, digital media, and fashion. Students will graduate with a repertoire of specialist skills and industry-related knowledge to build successful careers spanning digital media and the creative arts.

Services for International Students

  • Student support
  • Ravensbourne Student Union
  • Welfare and Counselling (including financial)
  • Disability Support
  • Learning Needs (diagnostics, skill development)
  • Study Skills
  • Financial Support
  • The Quiet Space (prayer - all faiths, reflection, quiet time)

Many courses at Ravensbourne also provide international trips. These included 24 Fashion Buying and Brand Management students who went to Sri Lanka to see large-scale manufacture at a carbon-neutral sustainable manufacturing plant and 25 students invited to work as facilitators at the World Architecture Festival (WAF), which ran in Berlin, Germany.



London is consistently ranked as the best student city in the world, and Ravensbourne is located in one of the city's most interesting and well-connected areas.

As a truly cosmopolitan capital, London offers endless opportunities to experience the best of British and world culture side-by-side. It boasts thousands of bars, clubs, and restaurants, as well as world-class shopping experiences, sporting venues, live music and theatre, and some of the world’s finest museums and art galleries.

Ravensbourne is closely connected to most areas of London via the London Underground’s Jubilee Line, and students wishing to explore further afield will find that Europe is easily accessible by rail or from one of London’s six major international airports.


Music legend David Bowie, fashion designer Stella McCartney, 2012 Olympic torch designer Jay Osgerby and The King's Speech and Oscar winning producers Simon Egan and Gareth Unwin were all trained here. And thousands more Ravensbourne alumni are making waves across their professions, with many picking up industry awards.

Ophelia Liu, artist, model and winner of Glow Up BBC Netflix S2, was a BA (Hons) Fashion Apparel Design graduate in 2017: "I had an amazing time studying Fashion Apparel Design at Ravensbourne University London. I was taught by innovative professionals who gave me direct industry experience.

"Not only did I have the opportunity to work on London Fashion Week two years in a row, but I was delighted to win the VC corporation's future of denim competition in collaboration with Ravensbourne. It's thanks to my time at Ravensbourne that I have had the confidence and creativity to pursue a career as a fashion designer and make-up artist."

Former Ravensbourne students have also won Product Design Awards and created ingenious edible packaging.

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