Short courses

Short Courses at Goldsmiths

Short Courses at Goldsmiths - Join our community of learning

Our short courses are taught by the same experts that teach our ground-breaking degree programmes. So whether you want to learn a new career skill, enhance your job prospects, develop your professional network or discover a new hobby, our short courses are a great opportunity to join the community at Goldsmiths and acquire the skills to enrich your life and career. 

Business, Innovation and Marketing

Led by industry-experienced academics from i2 Media, the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE) and the Anthropology Department, we teach unique Business, Social Media Marketing and Consumer Psychology courses that will equip you with skills that will set you apart as a professional.

More about our Business short courses here

Creative Computing

These days it’s not just graphic designers, photographers and filmmakers who need to be digitally creative. Add a new skill to your CV with one of our one-day courses in Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Physical Computing and more.

More about our Computing short courses here

English and Comparative Literature

Our English and Comparative Literature Department is the perfect place to delve deeper into London's great literature or discover your creative writing spark.

More about our English short courses here


Goldsmiths has one of the best Anthropology departments in Europe. Take a short course and learn to think like an anthropologist with our introductory course or expand your knowledge with a speciality topic. 

More about our Anthropology short courses here


Alongside more traditional music short courses, our expert tutors can guide you in in courses ranging from performance to composition to creative practice and can teach you how to use cutting-edge music technologies such as Logic Pro and Abelton Live.

More about our Music short courses here

Chinese Culture and Society

Goldsmiths is also home to the only Confucius Institute (Goldsmiths CI) in the world dedicated to dance, performance and the arts, as well as the first to use professional arts platforms to promote Chinese language and culture. Take a short course and discover Chinese culture and society right here in London. 

More about our Language and Performance short courses here


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