Falmouth University is renowned worldwide for art, design, media, performance and writing. Built on over 100 years of experience, our commitment to international students is well established and, as a result, our student community is rich and diverse.
Small enough to be welcoming, yet laterally focused enough to encourage creative enterprise, our international graduates leave able to compete at a global level.
Our students are also actively encouraged to enrich themselves overseas, through numerous exchange programmes and partnerships with international universities. They also benefit from self-initiated study trips and work placements.
Voted the number one institution in the world for international student experience across seven categories in a recent International Student Barometer poll, we are committed to delivering world class education. Considered the official measure of international student opinion, the report put Falmouth first for support, arrival services, language assistance, host friends, campus environment and welcome. The University was also ranked number one in the 'good place to be' category.
We provide everything you need to prepare for, acclimatise and embrace your time with us. We'll help you with the application process. We'll help you obtain a student visa, secure accommodation and manage tuition fees. We'll meet you at Heathrow Airport, give you a week's orientation and a series of introductory sessions to life and study at Falmouth, as well as the UK. We also offer an English language course, and evening classes on writing and working culture in the UK. And, if that's not enough, we'll help you through one-to-one meetings with your tutor. Whatever it takes, we'll always be there for you.
Select your home country on the interactive map to find out more information about entry and language requirements, available sources of funding and our international representatives.
For more information on international study at Falmouth University please visit falmouth.ac.uk/international
Attracting the best international students from around the world is a key element of our internationalisation strategy and Falmouth offers a range of scholarships to students classified as 'overseas' for tuition fee purposes. For more information on scholarships please visit falmouth.ac.uk/international/scholarships
Sources of information
For information about international study at Falmouth University please visit falmouth.ac.uk/international
There are many things to think about and prepare for but our International Office is here to support you. We are always happy to share our knowledge and experience of living and studying in Cornwall and the Falmouth area. Check out our FAQs above and please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions or concerns you might have about coming here to study.
UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs), is a comprehensive source of up-to-date information, advice and support for international students coming to study in the UK.
For further information please contact:
Head of the International Office
Tel: +44 (0)1326 213794
Tel: +44 (0)1326 213748
Tel: +44 (0)1326 254259
International Office, Falmouth University, Woodlane, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4RH, UK
Fax: +44 (0)1326 370725
Use our interactive map to find information tailored to your country of domicile, including:
- Academic requirements
- English language requirements
- Available scholarships
- Recruitment fairs and events we are attending
- Contact details for our international representatives
- A list of partner institutions
Click on a continent to zoom in and select your country
We want to build alliances with institutions and organisations which share our vision, so together we can reach further, innovate, raise industry standards and deliver more for the students and graduates who’ll shape the creative landscape of tomorrow.
Professor Geoff Smith
Deputy Rector, University College Falmouth
core training, devising, improvisation, performance, production
design, drawing, film, scriptwriting
applied art, ceramics, design, glass, jewellery
art direction, branding, copywriting, marketing, social media
Events, marketing, production, promotion
composition, game audio, performance, sonic art, sound design
english, poetry, screenwriting
ballet, choreography, performance
communication design, interactive media, production
fine art, illustration, visual arts
creative writing, literature, media
literature, poetry, screenwriting
fabric technology, illustration, pattern cutting, styling, textiles
Garmet design, brand management, communications, manufacturing, trend forecasting
digital imaging, fashion film, stills photography
documentary, film criticism, film journalism, production, screenwriting
digital imaging, drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture
advertising, branding, editorial, interactive design, packaging
creative writing, drawing, storyboarding
drawing, making, spatial design, styling
broadcasting, feature writing, news, online journalism, publishing
biodiversity, landscape, underwater and wildlife photography
classical, composition, jazz, performance, popular music, world music
composition, drama, performing arts
digital imaging, editorial, stills photography
composition, marketing, music publishing, performance, sound engineering
documentary, news, photojournalism
3d design, product design, sustainability, user-centred design
digital printing, mixed media, screenprinting, weaving
devising, directing, drama, performance, writing
digital imaging, drawing, illustration, printmaking, sculpture
Attracting the best international students from around the world is a key element of our internationalisation strategy and Falmouth offers a range of scholarships to students classified as 'overseas' for tuition fee purposes.
For more information please visit falmouth.ac.uk/international/scholarships
Can I still afford to go to university?
Tuition fees don't have to be paid upfront and you only start to repay your tuition fee loan when you are earning over £21,000. Loans and grants are also available to help cover living costs.
Most full-time students should have about the same amount of financial support available as current students, but the amount borrowed will be larger.