Undergraduate Courses

London College of Fashion offers a wide range of undergraduate level fashion courses, developed to nurture the next generation of fashion and footwear designers, stylists, make-up artists, buyers, photographers, journalists and managers.

  1. Sketches for colourful trousers and a jumper with lips and eyes, and a model wearing the jumper
    Fashion: Yanzhi Dai, International Preparation for Fashion

    This Level 4 course prepares you for entry into an undergraduate course at London College of Fashion through an exciting programme that combines study in fashion with English language and academic skills.

  2. Mickey Mouse-style headpieces with mohican hairstyles by BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion graduate Danny Hyland, worn by models in punk-style clothes by Katy Eary
    Mickey Heads for Katy Eary AW14 on the catwalk at London Collections: Men by Danny Hyland, 2013

    This 3D effects course offers access to our excellent workshops, teaching by industry practitioners and work placement opportunities that will help you to succeed as a 3D effects designer and maker.

  3. Model wears blue and black city suit jacket
    Andreas Feet-Martinsen, 2013

    This specialist degree is for those who want a career in bespoke tailoring. Whether you aspire to Savile Row or alternative bespoke destinations, this is the bespoke tailoring course for you.

  4. Model holding metallic clutch and wearing metallic with hair tied back.
    Iwona Krzynowek, 2015

    This accessories design course prepares you for a successful career as a product designer and developer in the exciting field of fashion bags and accessories.

  5. Black leather sandal
    Jorn Olsthoorn, 2015

    This footwear design course prepares you for a successful career as a product designer and developer in the exciting field of fashion footwear.

  6. Work by BA (Hons) Costume For Performance student Isabella Lopez-Smith
    Isabella Lopez-Smith, 2013

    Our excellent workshops, teaching by industry practitioners and work placement opportunities will help you to succeed as a designer and maker of costume, working to support and transform performance.

  7. A girl in sunglasses in front of a staged seascape.
    'Afloat a Technicolor Sea' by Nina Catalanotto, LCF, BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion.

    Explore the role of creative direction within fashion communication. Develop skills and knowledge to produce imaginative creative outcomes across a range of new and traditional media.

  8. A man holds up a student-designed T-shirt for Amnesty International, in the Shoreditch Boxpark store

    This part-time fashion business degree, at LCF’s Fashion Business School, takes place in the evenings and weekends to fit in with your professional working life. The degree focuses on marketing, strategy and entrepreneurship within the fashion and design industries.

  9. Students present to John Lewis.
    Students present to John Lewis, 2011, London College of Fashion.

    This fashion buying and merchandise course prepares you for a successful career working in the global fashion industry in the specialised areas of buying and merchandising.

  10. Girl in front of window wearing lingerie.
    Amelia Firth-Waugh, 2015

    This undergraduate lingerie design course is your route to becoming an innovative and successful designer for lingerie, intimate apparel, underwear, swimwear and structured bodywear.

  11. Girl in boxing ring holding up sign.
    Nicole Quadrio, 2015

    This part-time fashion design course allows you to work on your business or in the industry while gaining skills in design, research, and experimental pattern cutting.

  12. Menswear by Noah Wilcox
    Noah Wilcox, 2014

    Prepare yourself for a successful career as a fashion product designer and developer able to explore and exploit cutting edge technology and aesthetics for clothing.

  13. Work by BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Menswear student Alexis Housden
    Jinwoong Bang, 2015

    If you want to be a successful creative designer for contemporary international fashion menswear this course will give you all the skills you need to achieve your goal.

  14. Models in white and jewel tone oversized garments
    Edward Curtis, 2013

    This womenswear course will give you the creative, technical and professional skills needed to succeed as a fashion designer in the competitive womenswear market.

  15. Painted illustrations of a woman in embellished dresses
    Louise O'Keeffe, 2013

    Succeed as an original and innovative illustrator in fashion or related fields through developing your artistic talent and acquiring relevant professional, academic and business skills.

  16. Headpiece by Viktorija Agne.
    Victorija Agne, 2015

    Explore new technologies and approaches as well as traditional craft methods and materials to design contemporary fashion jewellery.

  17. man dressed smartly with glasses, hat infront of a green screen
    Harry McKinley, 2010

    Combine your love of writing with your interest in fashion and learn the skills in this fashion journalism course to become a fashion journalist across different media formats.

  18. BA (Hons) Fashion Management students in a lecture, writing and listening.
    Students present to John Lewis, 2011, London College of Fashion.

    This fashion management course equips students with the skills required for a highly successful career in management in the global fashion industry.

  19. Students present to John Lewis.
    Students present to John Lewis.

    This fashion marketing course will prepare you for a successful career working in the global fashion industry in the specialised area of marketing.

  20. Girl on park bench eating ice cream.
    IT MELTS, a fashion film by Gsus Lopez, BA (Hons) Fashion Media (Part time), winner of the 2012 ASVOFF Grand Prix.

    This part-time fashion media degree enables you to explore all aspects of the media – from journalism to social media and film – and work in the industry at the same time.

  21. Work by Tomoko Onimaru
    Tomoko Onimaru, 2013

    Prepare yourself for a successful career as a pattern cutter for contemporary fashion by contributing innovative solutions through traditional craft practice and the latest digital technologies.

  22. Work from student Aleksandra Podburtnaja
    Aleksandra Podburtnaja, 2014

    Become a professional and original image maker through the practical and theoretical study of fashion photography and its place within media and communications.

  23. Portfolio work by Lucia Tibbetts.
    Lucia Tibbetts, BA (Hons) Fashion Public Relations and Communication.

    Learn the skills and strategies for a career in this fashion public relations course (PR) and branding so you can become a strategic communicator in the fast-moving world of international fashion.

  24. Male model in yellow and blue tracksuits.
    Pasquale Daniels, 2015

    BA (Hons) Sportswear helps you gain the skills and technical knowledge to create innovative and functional sportswear and activewear. The course provides an understanding of product as well as skills in pattern cutting and design.

  25. Two men at a bar with drinks in hand.
    Laura Karina, 2012

    Learn the professional skills to become an innovative stylist in the creative world of fashion image-making, on this undergraduate styling course.

  26. A model wears a grey embroidered head and body piece.
    Nicole Paskausas, 2015.

    This undergraduate embroidery course will help you become a creative designer for fashion textiles through the specialist pathway of embroidery.

  27. Work by Mao Tsen Chang, 2014.
    Mao Tsen Chang, 2014.

    This undergraduate knitwear course will help you become a creative designer for fashion textiles through the specialist pathway of knitwear.

  28. Work by Claire Kelly
    Claire Kelly, 2013

    Design the textiles that fashion designers want by becoming a creative designer for fashion textiles through the specialist pathway of print.

  29. Hackett industry project, London College of Fashion.

    This course covers visual merchandising, marketing and branding for the fashion industry, providing industry experience and allowing you to work while you study.

  30. A black and white image of a model with long slicked hair and glossy make-up
    Simmone Aziz, 2014

    Learn the professional skills to become an innovative and in-demand hair and make-up artist in the creative world of fashion image-making on this hair and make up course.

  31. Hair and make-up by BA (Hons) Hair, Make Up and Prosthetics for Performance student Francesca Jordan
    Francesca Jordan, 2013

    Our excellent workshops, teaching by industry practitioners and work placement opportunities on this prosthetics design course will help you to succeed as a hair, make-up and prosthetics artist, working to support and transform performance.

  32. Guinot Hydradermie treatment, cleansing technique
    Photography by Jaz Lehal.

    This third year of undergraduate study will allow you to gain a BSc (Hons) Degree in addition to your Foundation Degree.

Integrated Masters

These programmes enable students to undertake three years of undergraduate level study, followed by a fourth year of postgraduate level study, leading to a Masters qualification.

  • MA Fashion Media Practice & Criticism

    A course for those with a practical and theoretical interest in the fast-evolving disciplines of fashion media and who wish to develop a voice in critical debates within fashion communication.

  • MDes International Fashion Production Management

    This international fashion course equips students with the skills required to successfully manage global supply chains and production in the international fashion industry.

  • Msc Cosmetic Science

    This applied cosmetic science course gives you the skills and knowledge for a rewarding and successful specialist career in the cosmetic and toiletry industry.

  • MSc Strategic Fashion Management (S2V)

    A course for those seeking a high-flying career in supply chain, merchandising, financial and people management in the constantly changing and challenging global fashion industry.