The University of Southampton
Winchester School of Art

WSA alumni are equipped with transferable skills, creative genius and prospects of international recognition

Our alumni have secured prestigious positions in the arts, textile industries, fashion houses and galleries worldwide.

We are regularly approached by industry professionals to recommend previous students for employment. Through the Southampton Careers Network, our Alumni can also volunteer to provide students with help and guidance on their future careers.

 

Photo of Kenneth Amanor
The Fashion Management Pathway has provided me with a stimulating environment for the critical analysis of fashion consumption.
Kenneth Amanor - Fashion Managment
Photo of John Bergseth
Studying abroad has given me the opportunity to practice my English on a daily basis. The course is designed to give me the opportunity to get in-depth insight into the design industry.
John Bergseth - Design Management
Photo of Charlotte Brennan
I studied Textile design at Winchester School of Art, specialising in Print. I graduated in July 2007 and since September 2007, I have been working in New York at Collection XIIX.
Charlotte Brennan - Fashion & Textile Design, 2004- 2007
Photo of Greg Clark
I am working as a graphic designer and art director for multiple design and advertising agencies in the uk and Europe, as well as having international freelance clients.
Greg Clark - Graphic Arts
Photo of Ann Dadd
The past three years has flown by with incredible speed and I've learned that the process of creating artwork is just as important as the final piece.
Ann Dadd - Graphic Arts, 2006 - 2009
Photo of Cristina Dan
Winchester School of Art was the place where I have learned so many things and met so many inspirational people
Cristina Dan - MA Advertising Design Management
Photo of Jane Emberson
My degree taught me practical skills for painting, but also the technical and business skills needed to succeed as a freelance artist.
Jane Emberson - BA Fine Art
Photo of Josh Fletcher
The facilities at Winchester School of Art really impressed me and my degree helped me develop creative thinking and key practical skills that set me up well for my job.
Josh Fletcher - BA Graphic Arts
Photo of Kate Harding
My time at WSA has been invaluable. The skill and guidance of the staff has allowed me to develop my work and myself in ways that were inconcievable when I began.
Kate Harding - Fine Art
Photo of Avanti Parelkar
This course is a perfect blend of advertising, design and management.
Avanti Parelkar - Advertising Design Management
Photo of Elaine Qin Mengying
My time in WSA helped me a lot through working on various case studies
Elaine Qin Mengying -
Photo of Erin Rommell
After leaving WSA I moved to London to pursue my design career. Shortly after I was hired by EMI Records as an in-house freelancer, where I currently remain.
Erin Rommell - Communication Design
Photo of Jamorghan Singh
I heard about WSA from the British Council, because of its international reputation.
Jamorghan Singh - MA Fine Art
Photo of Victoria Somers
Immediately after graduating, I went straight to work experience with IPC magazines and then on to National Magazines which I had booked 6 months before
Victoria Somers - Graphic Arts
Photo of Ka Wang Lau
The course really exercises my practical skills, which I prefer to pure theory. I really appreciate the way that the University keeps bringing in experts in Design Management as part of our lectures
Ka Wang Lau - Advertising Design Management
Photo of Yam Yuk Wong
During my time at WSA, I was lucky enough to be taken on by Roksanda Ilincic, a London-based fashion designer, on a placement. This has given me an introduction to the fashion industry and its workings
Yam Yuk Wong - Fashion Management

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