International School of Creative Arts
Established in 2009, in association with University of the Arts London (UAL), International School of Creative Arts (ISCA) is now a fully independent centre for pre-university study in art and design.
Progression To Universities
By perfecting the art of portfolio preparation, ISCA has built a reputation for highly successful student progression to leading art & design universities around the world. In 2021 ISCA achieved a 100% progression success rate.
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Graduation Ceremony 2021
The achievements of our graduating students were celebrated last week at a special ceremony attended by the whole school community. It was an opportunity to come together to mark this important milestone and recognise the remarkable progression achievements of this year's students.
All those who took part agreed that it was a very poignant and happy occasion and a chance for tutors to say farewell to all the students they have worked with over the last two years. We wish the class of 2021 continued success and fulfilment as they take up their university places in the autumn.
International School of Creative Arts is honoured to be part of the 2019 Parliamentary Review, an important innovation designed to bring together organisations that champion different sectors of education. ISCA is delighted to be recognised for its special contribution to art and design education in the UK.
As part of our continued involvement with The Parliamentary Review, we were asked to outline the measures ISCA has taken to provide a personalised and dynamic approach to online teaching despite the Covid-19 global pandemic. The piece encapsulates our response to the crisis and also what we have learnt through adapting our curriculum to maximise the remote learning experience.
ISCA’s new online Foundation Diploma fast tracks university entry for international students
Over the last decade, ISCA has built a strong reputation as a leading provider of pre-university art and design teaching. Colin Kerrigan, the Executive Director of the International School of Creative Arts (ISCA) discusses how the launch of a new foundation course, designed to prepare international students for university entry, comes at a timely moment.
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World Economic Forum
International School of Creative Arts approach to teaching in World Economic Forum Paper.
Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)
Monitoring Visit June 2018 We are proud to report that once more ISCA has been found to exceed expectations. The ISI report states:
- "The effectiveness of governance, leadership and management is excellent."
- "Teaching is excellent and focuses clearly on the academic and career needs of individual students."
- "Student’s welfare including health and safety, is excellent."
- "Careers advice is outstanding and accurately focussed on the needs of the art and design industry."