Support for International Students

The International Admissions team within LCC’s Registry department looks after international student applications, admissions and enrolment, offering support and advice every step of the way.

Application forms


If you are applying for an undergraduate (BA degree) course at LCC, you may apply through one of three routes:

Further information on applying via UCAS is provided on the Applying through UCAS page.

For full details on the application process, visit the Undergraduate application page.


If you are applying for a postgraduate course (masters) at LCC, please go to the specific course webpage where you will find a link to make an online application. 

Your application

When applying to LCC please consider the following:

  • If you are applying from overseas direct to LCC, you can send any required portfolio work as a link with the application form and you do not need to attend an interview.
  • You can apply for more than one course at University of the Arts London (UAL) but please make sure you use the right International Student Application Form for each College. 
  • If you are made more than one offer from our University, we will ask you to choose which offer you want to accept before you receive an official offer letter or the CAS document to apply for a Tier 4 visa.

Your application will take approximately three weeks to be assessed and we will email you with the decision.

English language requirements

All students need to show proof of the required level of English language ability to enrol at University of the Arts London (UAL). 

Visit the University's English Language Requirements page where you can find comparison charts to see which language tests we accept and which scores you need to apply. 


When you apply for visual arts, media, digital media and sound arts courses, we ask you to submit a portfolio or examples of your work with your application. This helps tutors to gain an idea of your creative potential and imagination, as well as your technical skills. Sketchbooks and diagrams can often provide evidence of potential as effectively as more polished work.

Find out more about portfolio preparation.