Cass celebrates as Art at London Met is ranked 4th in University league tables
Art at The Cass has been ranked fourth in The Guardian’s University League Tablets 2019.
The Guardian University Guide 2019 shows the University has risen 15 places in Art and Design since the 2018 results, receiving a 92% overall satisfaction rate.
Out of 228 Art courses at 72 university art schools, The Cass’s Fine Art and Photography course has been ranked third best in London.
Rosemarie McGoldrick, head of Fine Art at The Cass said: “Our art courses really deserve this high national standing in the university subject league table. It speaks loudly of what we do and how much we care about our art students.”
Head of The Cass, Andrew Stone said: "Fine Art and Photography's ranking is a fantastic achievement. It is testament to the quality, passion and energy of the teaching team who continue to drive the courses forward, and the ability and engagement of their students. With new awards in Painting, Fashion Photography and a Master of Fine Arts, as well as new studio spaces and new facilities this bodes well for the future."
The great news comes as the school sets up its annual Cass Summer Show taking place on 22 June to 5 July exhibiting the work of students from all art, architecture and design courses.