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As a student, moving to London can be nerve-wracking, and perhaps a little bit scary. If you’re moving to London from another country, or even from elsewhere in the UK, it can take a little getting used to but, ultimately, will be well worth the upheaval!
If you choose to study in London, you will get to experience what is widely believed to be the culture capital of the world. From festivals, art and cinema, to museums, theatre and architecture, London has a great deal to offer anyone studying in the city, especially those specialising in the arts.
So, you’ve decided to study abroad? The chances are you’ll have a hundred questions that need answering, from what you need to take to what your new home will be like. Relocating to a different country is a big step to take at any point in life, but there’s no doubt that you will reap the benefits.
The run-up to your exams can be a stressful time: making page upon page of notes, writing practice answers and endlessly wondering whether you’ve done enough work to get the grades you want. With all this pressure we put on ourselves to succeed, it’s easy to end up feeling stressed.
Offering a wide range of contemporary creative subjects, more than 100 students graduated from LCCA last year. We caught up with some of our alumni and asked them about their time as a student at LCCA.
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