Study Visits for Schools and Universities

hard drawn oyster card

Art work made by students from Osaka Global School on a study visit at LCC.

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Image by Lewis Bush

Osaka Global School students on a study visit at LCC.

envelope hand decorated with London symbols

Art work made by students on English language study programmes at LCC.

Hand made postcards with 'London' on

Art work made by students on English language study programmes at LCC.

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Lewis Bush

Students on English language study programmes at LCC.

student art work including crown motif

Art work made by students on English language study programmes at LCC.

Group of Photography students

Students on Photography and English language study programmes at LCC.

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Students on Photography and English language study programmes at LCC.

Take advantage of our experience teaching young people and students in a wide range of creative classes from animation to journalism, graphic design to filmmaking.

If you are bringing a group of students to London let us help you put together a packed-schedule of practical classes and educational visits. Based in the heart of the action, in one of the most creative cities in the world students leave us enthralled and inspired.

We will work with you to ensure all details are covered, the focus can be academic, experimental or fun – it’s your call. Packages can include any combination of the below:

  • Lectures, workshops and seminars
  • English Language classes
  • Airport collection and transportation
  • Accommodation in halls of residence or hotels 
  • Meals including packed lunches
  • Visits to museums, galleries and other places of interest

Who is it for?

These packages are ideal for groups of high school age or university students from all over the world. We also frequently adapt courses to ensure that adults and teachers can join in.

Case Studies

Helen Elder 

Helen Elder is Senior Lecturer and Lead Tutor for the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Design) teaching design, contextual and study skills units. Helen has a degree in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins and an MA in History of Art from The University of Edinburgh. As well as teaching on both the theory and studio design units on the course, she teaches Visual Culture and Personal and Professional Development on BA (Hons) Interior Design. She also teaches on design units in the Graphic and Spatial Communication subject areas. Helen has her own art practice and is at present researching ways of integrating conventional 3D media with new technology.

Other tutors include;

Katy Oswald and Steve Mepsted.