University of the Arts London
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University of the Arts London Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1986
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    London
  • Link
    University of the Arts London website
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Administrative Assistance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 40 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Art and Design Teacher in Granary Square, London
on 3 May 2020
An exciting work place focused on free thinking and learning
A fast-paced, competitive yet friendly atmosphere, focused on thinking outside the box and working within the realms of self-directed learning for both teachers and students.
Field Service Engineer in London
on 1 April 2022
Uphill Gardening
Avoid if you have a good work ethic, skill and willing to learn and implement new ideas, kind of has a titanic feeling about it. You will be begging to leave at somepoint
Sports Development Assistant in Holborn, Greater London
on 17 December 2021
Inclusive and diverse environment with passionate and enthusiastic staff.
The staff at the university are all very helpful and passionate as they guide and motivate students to participate in events, job etc. They will also help guide you towards your future and help with anything in that category.
Team Member - Full Time in London
on 31 May 2021
Poor culture, internal power struggles and inadequate managers on ego trips.
I had a bad time here. Reporting lines were blurred. One manager kept giving me work that was outside my Job Description, Person Specification and ability, knowing I would struggle with it. Another took work from me to give to a colleague in another team, as part of a power struggle. My experience of working at UAL really damaged my confidence. It seems as if the middle managers do not have their performance or behavior managed by their managers, and it should be, as it would stop a lot of problems.
Student Ambassador and Event Staff in London
on 23 November 2020
Great pay, varied shifts, well organised and friendly team
I work as a 0-hour Event staff and Student Ambassador and I have nothing to complain about. There was a variety of shifts on a regular basis, the application process is clear and information provided is helpful. The shifts are always manageable, sometimes even easy to do, the rate of pay is amazing, and the supervisors and managers are always friendly, helpful and professional. The only inconvenience is the changing work pattern, with unreliable working hours, but I guess this is expected from a 0-hour contract.

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