At LCCA we recognise the individualities in our students, as we think this is particularly important for creative courses. In your application, we look for evidence that you will benefit from the educational experience we offer. We accept students with both traditional and non-traditional qualifications.
What happens after I apply
The Alumni Relations Office is responsible for keeping in contact with all our graduates.
We are an energetic team working to make the most of the opportunities to connect with and grow our family of friends, supporters and alumni. We are always delighted to hear from you.
Alumni Relations looks after all our former students. It doesn’t matter where you are located or whatever you are doing, you are still part of our global family and we like to hear from you.
We facilitate networking, social events and reunions, help to trace friends, and we like to include you in the day-to-day life of the College if you want to support future generations of students, through volunteering your time and expertise, sharing our experiences and knowledge, or giving lectures or master classes. We also provide a range of benefits for all our former students, including careers advice, mentoring and professional development and discounts for the library facilities on campus.
We will acknowledge receipt of your application within five working days and pass your details onto the appropriate admissions tutor for your course. We will be in touch with you shortly after to either offer you a place or arrange an interview with one of the course tutors to discuss your application and give you an opportunity to find out more about both the college and the course.
You may be invited to come in for an interview, giving you the opportunity to show us your portfolio of work and ask about the college.
You should include a wide range of work demonstrating your particular areas of interest. These may be in different formats and in a variety of media. Don’t be over selective, we will assess your potential and take into account what you have achieved so far. Make sure you know your work so that you are able to speak clearly about your ideas.
Late applications and clearing
In July and August, full-time applicants who are applying late, who do not currently hold an offer or who have not met the conditions of an offer may be able to apply directly to us. Places are limited and only available on courses that are not yet full. Details of all our courses are available on the LCCA website, by calling the clearing helpline number 0203 535 1155, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.