London College of Fashion

London College of Fashion is a leading global provider of fashion education at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as offering short courses, study abroad courses and integrated masters. We also lead in world-class research and consultancy and work within the industry giving students the best employment opportunities possible.

Short Courses

Applied Sciences & Professions (89)
Arts, Design & Architecture (80)
Social Sciences (1)



London College of Fashion has a dynamic and varied history as part of the British fashion industry. Britain was once the leader in manufacturing and trade and now spearheads business, design and artesanal production. We have adapted to, and pioneered, developments in the industry, from science and innovation to business and design. It is our unique past that has allowed for such forward-thinking.


With over 70 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, and 165 short courses across every subject, we encourage our students to examine the past and challenge the present. To have inventive, assertive ideas that challenge social and political agendas. We give them the skills, opportunities – and above all, the freedom – to put those ideas into practice.

London College of Fashion is one of the foremost centres of fashion education in the world. It’s a reputation we are very proud of. Staying ahead in one of the most exciting and competitive industries takes some doing, but we’re up to the challenge.


Research at LCF thrives within the College's unique specialist and transdisciplinary environment and is supported and resourced by dedicated research facilities such as the cosmetic science and digital laboratories, Fashion Space Gallery (FSG), world-class library and archive.


LCF Careers provides careers advice, mentoring opportunities and help with placements to our current students and new graduates, helping them to become informed and self-reliant individuals able to plan and manage their own careers.

We help UAL students and graduates embark on their professional futures in the creative industries, find jobs, set up a businesses, and sell their work. We run events throughout the year on all aspects of the career journey.


Student services

The Student Advice Service provides support to students with financial and immigration questions, and to students who require access to other services to resolve complex personal circumstances.

This support includes:

  • confidential individual advice by phone, email and interviews
  • group sessions related to specific topics.
  • advice on finance and immigration for all students at the University
  • help to access funding from government agencies.
  • help to apply for immigration permission and funds.
  • arranging support from a number of University services.

Housing services

Whether you choose to live in one of the University's halls of residence or in a privately-rented home, Accommodation Services can provide information and advice to help you find a suitable place to live.

  • Halls of Residence - Life in halls of residence is a communal and enriching experience.
  • Private Accommodation
  • Summer Accommodation - UAL summer accommodation offers a cheap and convenient way to stay in Central London. Our halls are available for short and long term stays during July and August.

Library services

Our extensive resources include:

  • 70,000 books on all aspects of the fashion industry.
  • Unique collections of information on fashion designers.
  • Image resources and illustrations.
  • Fashion forecasts
  • DVDs and videos
  • Over 390 print periodicals and 20,000 e-journals
  • Electronic information resources can be accessed via the e-library

ICT services

IT is a vital tool for study and at UAL we provide state-of-the-art computers in all our teaching and learning environments.

MyUAL is a free mobile app providing core digital services including:

  • print credit and top-up
  • College maps
  • library information
  • UAL news
  • Moodle
  • timetables

Medical services

The Health Advice Service provides advice and information to students at University of the Arts London on registering with a doctor (GP) in the UK and about any other aspect of health and well-being.

Advice is available for students who have questions or concerns about:

  • lifestyle (including alcohol, drugs and smoking)
  • healthy eating
  • physical wellbeing
  • infectious diseases
  • sexual health
  • mental health.

Student Life

Campus life

Set in the heart of Camberwell, Camberwell Campus benefits from being situated next to Camberwell College of Arts but also within a short a journey to London College of Communication and Chelsea College of Arts.

What’s included:

  • bed, wardrobe, desk, chair and storage space
  • internet access in every bedroom at no extra cost
  • ensuite bathrooms in some bedrooms (please note certain rooms types have shared bathrooms)
  • contents insurance
  • laundry facilities
  • 24 hour staff presence
  • courtyard space
  • bike storage
  • residents' common room
  • The Social Programme and Student Welfare Mentor staff.

Student clubs

  • Every single UAL student is automatically a member of one of the UK’s most innovative Students' Unions.
  • Anyone can sign up to a student-run society, play for a sports team, campaign to improve their college, or simply enjoy low-cost refreshments in our not-for-profit cafes and bar.
  • We know that you are more than your studies - and during your time at UAL, SUARTS is the place to find other students, learn new skills, have fun and become who you plan to be.

London, England, United Kingdom

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