LCF student careers
LCF Careers provide a comprehensive career management service to our students and graduates.
Opportunities for business and industry at London College of Fashion include sponsorship, projects and collaborations with brands, access to graduate talent for employers and bespoke professional training for fashion and retail companies.
The East London Fashion Cluster is where fashion, tech, business and education, compete, collaborate and innovate – to develop new products and processes, foster talent and create new jobs – strengthening London’s position at the forefront of the global fashion industry.
To develop this vision, London College of Fashion and the Greater London Authority jointly commissioned a report from BOP Consulting to research and to make the case to establish a dedicated organisation - the East London Fashion Cluster.
Read the report: East London Fashion Cluster - Strategy and Action Plan (PDF 4MB)
Industry projects create a partnership between companies and LCF students which offer brand solutions at the same time as providing students with valuable live industry experience.
Find out how you can support LCF in other ways, through event and catwalk sponsorship and industry events.
The Fashion Innovation Agency at LCF connects big brands in digital and tech, with upcoming fashion designers for collaborations and consultancies.
The Centre for Fashion Enterprise is an incubator for new fashion brands, who have established themselves but need financial and professional support to grow their business.
London College of Fashion builds world-class collaborations and partnerships with education institutions, cultural organisations and leading brands across the globe.
We offer courses specifically for international students, erasmus programmes to students and staff and exchanges.
LCF’s Careers will help you access graduate and student talent from across LCF courses.
Career mentoring is a rewarding experience for both employer and employee, allowing employers to learn about new graduates, access talent and build networks.
If you have a small group or an individual with a specific need then we have several scheduled short courses that could fill that gap.
We have been delivering training courses to the industry for many years, in-house or at a London College of Fashion site in central London.
Digital Anthropology Lab brings researchers, students and industry together, exploring digital technologies and how they can be purposed for clothes making and designing.
Research at LCF initiates exciting projects around sustainability and fashion theory, collaborating with international partners.