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Winchester School of Art

What our students think

We are justifiably very proud of our students, whether achieving employment at a high level or receiving prestigious awards. Their accomplishments reflect the School's high quality, innovative and relevant education in art and design.

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The tutors personally invest in your development, they will help you to figure out what direction you should take your work, and in turn, your career.
Annabelle Brown - BA Fashion Marketing
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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
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This diverse course gave me the opportunity to discover my niche within the design
Jade Davies - Graphic Arts
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This placement inspired the way I work and my style of work
Lauren Dunbar - Fashion and Textile design
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Winchester was a great place to study; the School of Art was ideal as a campus, being close enough to London for all the galleries, events, and private views, but also situated within relaxed, quiet surroundings, which I found perfect for creativity
Simon Holmes - Graphic Arts, 2006 - 2009
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The course offers a multitude of opportunities throughout the year, both on and off campus. I’ve had the opportunity to work with local fashion companies Emma Pake and Deborah Campbell Atelier through live briefs, overall improving my confidence and knowledge through critical feedback and industry insights.
Laura Holton - MA Fashion Marketing and Branding (2018)
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Winchester School of Art provides the ideal environment for creative risk-taking, with plenty of opportunities for students to get involved in shaping the learning experience and setting in motion their own initiatives.
Jennifer Jarman - BA Fine Art, 2006 - 2009
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I often put lessons I learned from course leaders and visiting staff into practice when running my business today
Sophia Victoria Joy - Graphic Arts
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What I love about my course is that I can come in every morning, sit down at my desk, and start working, making, developing and iterating all day in comfort and without stress.
Ellis Langdell - BA Graphic Arts
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Your tutors make an effort to know you more personally and therefore when you have any questions about your work they're always on hand to give advice.
Emily Lawley - BA Fine Art
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Evelyn took part in a 4 month exchange to Tokyo
Evelyn Males - Fashion and textile design
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I really enjoyed my time at Winchester School of Art, especially putting together my collection in the third year.
Verity Pemberton - Fashion & Textile Design, 2006 - 2009
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I was fortunate to represent WSA in the “No Working Title” project, a collaboration between WSA, Norwich University College of the Arts and Bath School of Art and Design, culminating in a workshop at the Tate Modern and exhibitions of our work at the three colleges
Jane Price - Fine Art
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I sold some of my work at 'New Designers' and was successful in getting a placement and freelance opportunity with ‘Harlequin’
Deryn Relph -
Photo of Katy  Semain
I liked the feel of Winchester School of Art from the very beginning. It has a great atmosphere and I always found it to be very friendly. I had such a great time there. I loved my degree and made some great friends. The textile design course was fascinating, and we learned so much from our tutors, technical staff and visiting lecturers.
Katy Semain - Fashion & Textile Design, 2004 - 2007
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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 Georgia de Buriatte
There are so many opportunities for so many different things, that you really can’t be lost for something to do. Whether it is learning a new skill in a workshop, working within the university, an internship, or just developing your own practice.
Georgia de Buriatte - BA Fine Art

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