Your campus is much more than the place you go for lectures. It's your social and creative hub; where you meet and make friends, experience unforgettable events, tackle big ideas and hone your craft alongside fellow practitioners in professional studios.
Both our campuses are dynamic, inspiring environments where collaboration and creativity spark ideas and feed innovation. The purpose-built Penryn Campus is a contemporary creative hub, while the historic Falmouth Campus is nestled in the heart of glorious sub-tropical gardens only a five-minute walk from the beach. And with great travel links between them, it's easy to enjoy both.
Food, drinks & events
Both campuses have their own cafés serving hot and cold meals at very reasonable prices. There's also an eclectic range of street food vans and pop-ups regularly visiting each campus. On top of this, the Stannary Bar at the Penryn Campus hosts everything from open mic and quiz nights to DJ sets with some of the country's top artists.
Penryn campus also plays host to an enviable array of live music, theatre and dance courtesy of AMATA, the Academy of Music and Theatre's public performance centre.
Keep an eye on what's on at AMATA.
Rich in heritage, our grounds blend the old and the new, with stunning gardens creating a beautiful environment to work in. At Falmouth, students can explore the peaceful and colourful, sub-tropical Fox Rosehill Gardens. While at Penryn, there's the walled garden, fruit-producing orchard, Italian garden, 18th century lime avenue and the historic rare rhododendrons.
From the fine art studios on Falmouth Campus to the Games Academy breakout rooms in Penryn, the textiles workshops to the Newsroom, our shared spaces create a sense of community and encourage collaboration. Here you’ll connect with your peers socially, creatively and professionally.
"The close-knit community of students makes Falmouth feel homely. Being surrounded by creatives means there are always opportunities for collaboration."
Molly Barber, BA(Hons) Fashion Photography
Art & Design Facilities
Primarily located at the Falmouth Campus in a subtropical garden, our studios and workshop facilities provide an exceptional environment...
Fashion & Textiles Facilities
Centred around studio spaces that cater for solo and group working, our Fashion & Textiles Institute includes a printmaking studio...
Games Academy Facilities
Our Games Academy offers professional-standard studios, a dedicated craft room, breakout spaces, and a range of industry-standard...
Offering extensive collections, our two libraries provide a wealth of digital resources, magazines, specialist material and journals....
Media Equipment and Facilities
Our industry-level facilities offer everything you need to practice and produce animation, film, TV, radio and print media.
The Academy of Music and Theatre Arts (AMATA) is a purpose-built live venue housing an assembly of flexible theatre spaces, performance...
Housing dark rooms, post-production suites, full professional studios and gallery, our Institute of Photography encompasses both...
We facilitate a range of printmaking techniques and encourage both traditional and non-traditional processes, holding inductions for...
Our Sports Centre, on Penryn Campus, includes a spacious gym with up to 90 of the latest, new stations from Pulse Fitness, including...
Our focus on green travel makes getting around easy. We work with local transport providers to bring special student fares and offers on local routes. Dedicated University buses run every ten minutes between the Falmouth and Penryn campuses, and students can buy a Fal Mussel Card UNI for unlimited travel on all First buses in Cornwall. We also offer free showers and changing facilities for cyclists, along with secure bike storage facilities.
Explore our on-campus halls of residence Glasney Student Village, as well as all other accommodation options.
Our students enjoy a lifestyle a little beyond the ordinary.
From camping on the Lizard to sailing the open seas, here's how to explore Cornwall.
Surfing and sundown sessions, beach bars and Boardmasters, gigs and gig rowing. See how we like to get together in Falmouth.
The Students’ Union puts your voice at the heart of everything it does.
From Falmouth’s Independent arts centre to the Tate St Ives, our county boasts a thriving creative community.