Student Careers


LCF Careers provides advice, mentoring opportunities, career related events with industry, supports current students and new graduates with placements and opportunities, helping them to become informed and self-reliant individuals who are able to plan and manage their own careers.

Our Careers Team offers students and graduates the opportunity to attend careers events, be involved in mentoring schemes and helps them in finding an internship or job that’s just right.

The Student Enterprise Team supports students who are interested in setting up their own businesses or starting out as a freelancer.

what we offer students

  • Placements and work experience

    Find out what types of work experience are on offer while studying at London College of Fashion.

  • Mentoring

    The LCF Career Mentoring scheme offers LCF students the chance to gain professional industry insights as well as feedback and advice on their projects and ideas.

  • Industry projects

    During your time at LCF you might get the opportunity to work with major brands to industry briefs.

  • Alumni benefits

    LCF graduates benefit from alumni services including advice, networking opportunities and a careers service.

LCF Careers Live

LCF Careers Live advertises jobs and placements exclusively to London College of Fashion students and graduates.

Fashion industry employers are invited to list accredited short-term and long-term work placements that can be completed as part of a course, as well as freelance/contract work, and full-time and part-time job roles.
Students and graduates can sign up for an account with a valid LCF Student ID.

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Latest opportunities:

Starting your own business

  • Fashion: Marques'Almeida

    CFE New Market Entry

    The New Market Entry programme, delivered by LCF's Centre for Fashion Enterprise, gives London-based designer labels the essential knowledge and tools to develop their business.

  • Fashion: Ana Rajcevic - MA Fashion Artefact, 2012

    UAL SEED fund

    The SEED Fund helps new UAL businesses grow. Apply for funding awards of up to £5,000 to support your early-stage business or to get a new business idea off the ground.