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The Best Places to Study Art and Design



Choosing the right college for you could be a tough decision, especially for subjects like art and design. Art and design courses are always in demand as it is a creative field. Pursuing art courses opens up the many possibilities of travel across the world and teaches you some transferable skills like problem-solving, communication, self-discipline and coordination. With technological advancements in the field of art and design, courses like graphic designing and digital arts are becoming increasingly popular in the industry these days.

You might have decided to apply at some colleges or universities to study art and design, but still, be confused. Well, you are not alone. Many students find choosing their dream college an overwhelming task. This is why we have brought up a list of the best places to study art and design all across the globe.

We have picked up these institutions based on the latest QS World Rankings, one of the most prestigious institutional rankings of the world. The QS World Rankings by Subject 2020 includes 200 art and design schools across the globe. These rankings are generally based on four indicators: the academic reputation of the institution, research citations, productivity of their scholars and the reputation of the institution amongst the employers. This means you have a wide range of options to apply and get the best education. Let’s take a look at the list without further ado.

Best Art And Design Schools in USA and Canada

1. OCAD University (Toronto, Ontario)


We are starting our list with one of the best universities of Canada, OCAD, formerly known as the Ontario College of Art and Design. The university offers a variety of bachelors and masters courses in art and design such as Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Design. It is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the best art museums of Canada and that is why it is a centre of attraction by art lovers all through the year!

2. NSCAD (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

NSCAD or the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design is one of the oldest art schools in Canada. It offers courses in film, fashion and photography. Many students from all across the globe apply here because of the interdisciplinary courses this place has to offer. It allows students to acquire all the critical skills necessary to thrive in professional environments.

3. Stanford University (California, US)

Did you know that Stanford ranks at #16 in the QS World Ranking list for art and design subjects? Not only this, Stanford art school is one of the best schools in California. “Many students assume that pursuing a degree in arts means no classes or lengthy assignments. The art community is vibrant at Stanford and offers a wonderful opportunity for teamwork and creative projects,” says Max, who provides art and design assignment assistance at GoAssignmentHelp.

Best Art And Design Schools in Europe

4. The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Copenhagen, Denmark)


With a QS World Ranking of 21, this college is one of the best any student could get. It is one of the major landmarks of Copenhagen as this college stands for more than 250 years. Teachings at this university take place at the old and listed buildings which make learning although more interesting and meaningful.

5. University of Arts London (London, UK)

Ranked #2 in the QS World Rankings 2020, this is the most prestigious art college of the world and the largest art college in Europe. It includes six esteemed colleges that were established in the 19th and the 20th centuries. Students from more than 130 nations across the globe apply every year in this university to learn the best interdisciplinary courses. Simon, who offers assignment help in UK for arts and design subjects told us that getting admission in the UAL is a dream come true as the acceptance rate is just 22% here!

Best Art Schools in Australia

6. RMIT University (Melbourne, Australia)


Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology or RMIT hosts the best art programs in Australia. It ranks #11 in the QS World ranking list and is one of the most popular international student destinations in Australia. RMIT offers internationally renowned programs which are led by accomplished artists, photographers, and professionals. RMIT also offers assessment support to students where they can get essay help, assignment help and free software and tools that would aid them in completing their courses with better grades.

7. The University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

If you are looking for real-world professional experiences, internships and extensive networking, then UNSW art and design school is the best option for you. It ranks #48 as per the QS global ranking list and offers unmatched courses with a variety of creative degree choices. The university has deep industry linkages which provide various learning and networking opportunities to the students.

Best Art And Design Schools in Asia

8. Tongji University (Shanghai, China)


If you are looking forward to learning about the latest innovations in the field of art and design, including technical, environmental and sustainable changes, Tongji University is the place. Here, you will find great opportunities for research and design practice. “Shanghai city itself has a glamour associated with it. You would find traditional Chinese culture entwined with modernisation. There are many art galleries which offer a window to contemporary China. The whole environment will make your study period worth it,” says Zhi, who works as an academic expert and offers My Assignment Help for subjects like textiles and interior design.

9. National University of Singapore (Singapore)

Ranked #30 in the QS World Ranking list, the National University of Singapore is one of the oldest schools in Singapore. However, it has a diverse student population on campus and more than 100 teachers from various countries across the globe. Most of the students pursuing courses at NUS have reported that it is the global learning experience and opportunities at NUS that makes it their first preference. NUS offers exquisite courses in theatre studies, industrial designs and urban designs. The university is also known for its research strengths and a supportive environment.

We are sure you must have got all excited reading this list about all the prestigious and best-ranked art and design colleges of the world. Check out the websites of each of these institutions to make an informed decision about where to apply.










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