Undergraduate Courses

Undergraduate courses at London College of Communication are rooted in industry and award-winning, with heritage-rich media and design degrees. Experience the breadth of our expertise in any one of these courses: journalism, advertising, PR, publishing, photography, film and television, sound arts, media studies, branded spaces, interactive media and design cultures.

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  1. Advertising for PETA by Zijin Miao for BA (Hons) Advertising, LCC
    Work by Zijin Miao. Image by Ana Escobar

    BA (Hons) Advertising students go on to enjoy brilliant careers as creatives, planners, account executives and digital media content creators in world-leading advertising agencies, communications companies and digital production organisations. Our students have won competitions across the world from D&AD to The One Show New York. Gain the essential skills you'll need and develop your creative thinking on this multi-award winning course that gets you primed for work at the centre of this fast-paced industry.

  2. Still from animation by Devdut Scialo
    Work by Devdut Scialo

    Study a subject where you can create, explore and play. With new technologies changing how we make, understand and experience animation, there's never been a better time to begin. BA (Hons) Animation gives you the chance to test boundaries and look at animation in many forms and in many ways.

  3. JPEG image: London College of Communication (LCC) Summer Shows 2015
    Photography by Lewis Bush

    BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Cultures is a course about media and culture in a contemporary context. It develops critical thinking and practice through an in depth study of the role that media, cultural and creative processes play in shaping today’s world. The course draws on a range of new academic perspectives and combines them with the making of media, such as film, photography, journalistic writing and web-based content.

  4. Work by Seungyeon Choi. BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction, LCC
    Work by Seungyeon Choi

    BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction will not only help you learn the skills associated with being a practice-based designer, but also develop your creative vision and the ability to direct other practitioners in realising that vision in whatever media and outcome are relevant to the solution.

  5. Work by Myrle Scarborough
    Work by Myrle Scarborough

    BA (Hons) Design for Branded Spaces is a future-facing course with a strong focus on interactive branded spaces enhanced by digital technologies. It is aimed at students who are interested in designing interior, pop up, installation and event spaces for commercial and cultural brands. It is multidisciplinary and integrates practices from spatial, exhibition, scenographic and interaction disciplines to provide cutting edge experiences for consumers, customers and visitors.

  6. BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures, LCC.

    Study design management and global cultures from the unique perspective of a communication, design and media institution. BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures is a practice-based course where you will apply critical thinking and design research methods to a range of projects and collaborations that address social, business and environmental needs.

  7. Film still from 'Otto Floss' by Gevi Dimitrakopoulou and Arturo Bandinelli, BA (Hons) Film Practice LCC.
    Otto Floss film still by Gevi Dimitrakopoulou and Arturo Bandinelli

    Geared towards industry and designed to develop your creative, commercial and practical skills, BA (Hons) Film Practice will prepare you for a range of technical roles within film production. Workshops in the areas of sound, camerawork, lighting, directing and assistant directing, producing, acting, editing, screenwriting, and production design will develop and expand your skills and potential to operate creatively and within a variety of technical roles.

  8. Projectionists shoot for BA (Hons) Film and TV at LCC.

    One of the UK's most highly regarded film and television degrees. Acclaimed film-makers and lecturers. A stimulating range of options. With BA (Hons) Film and Television you get access to all three. From directing and producing to sound design and cinematography, you'll use industry-standard software, choose your own specialism and see your work on screen. Our graduate films have been up for awards at BAFTA and the British Film Institute.

  9. Computer game design by Nicola Zamboni and Zhan Gurskis, BA (Hons) Games Design, LCC.
    Game Design by Nicola Zamboni and Zhan Gurskis

    Build. Test. Play. BA (Hons) Games Design gives you the opportunity to take the software tools of games design and create new gaming experiences. From storyboarded concepts to playable prototypes to user testing and evaluation, you'll design the code as well as the visual feedback systems so you're ready to join the industry and develop new games from scratch.

  10. Work by Seongeun Erin Kim, BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design

    BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design builds on the rich heritage of graphic design education at London College of Communication. Our innovative and flexible approach encourages exploration of materials, media and methodologies across key subject areas including social design, branding, information design, typographic media and communication environments. Through our excellent global contacts, you also have the opportunity to take a directed year out in industry anywhere in the world.

  11. Work by Oliviia Lee.

    Graphic branding and identity are at the centre of every element of communication. They are fundamental to all societies whether to define them culturally, socially or to provide commercial focus. This is a dynamic subject with distinct professional opportunities and BA (Hons) Graphic Branding and Identity will help you develop your individual approach, through practice, to support your future career ambitions.

  12. Work by Sarah Birtles for BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media, LCC.
    Work by Sarah Birtles. Image by Lewis Bush

    BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media is not defined by a medium, material or style, but fuelled by a desire to communicate by whatever means are appropriate, be they sculptural, typographic, photographic, filmic, print-based or a combination of all of these. As the course philosophy suggests: Nothing is off limits.

  13. Work produced for the BA (Hons) Information and Interface Design, LCC.
    Image © Lewis Bush

    Design. Code. Use. BA (Hons) Information and Interface Design is a specialised design-led, digitally-focused course exploring user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design for current and emerging technologies. Building on a foundational practice of graphic design, you’ll embrace the digital skills of coding, motion graphics and information design, preparing you to work in specialised screen-based areas such as design for the web, app design and interactive data visualisation. Designers with these skills are in great demand and this course will enable you to design for emerging areas like wearable technology, augmented reality and the internet of things.

  14. Science Museum Lates event created by students on BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts, LCC.
    Image © Lewis Bush

    Create. Experience. Communicate. BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts is a practice-led, experimental course focusing on the relationship between people and designed objects and experiences. It explores the communicative potential of physical experience. You will work with narrative, moving image and filmmaking, alongside processes such as design prototyping and physical computing.

  15. Charlene White in conversation with Julissa Bermudez as part of BA (Hons) Journalism, LCC
    Image © Ana Escobar

    Get inside the story with BA (Hons) Journalism at LCC. Known for being as close to on-the-job learning as it gets, you'll gain the skills and knowledge in print, online and broadcast journalism. Work on Artefact, the College magazine, and put your skills straight into practice in our industry-standard, multimedia newsroom.

  16. Live recordings as part of the BA (Hons) Live Events and TV at LCC.
    Image © Vlad Molico

    Capture the moment. With this industry aligned course you'll learn to produce, direct and manage productions to create and transform environments for live events and television. You’ll also develop specialist skills and a detailed understanding of the kinds of production work involved in this exciting industry.

  17. Steve Watson Founder of Stack spoke to students studying BA (Hons) Magazine Publishing, LCC.
    Image © Steve Watson

    BA (Hons) Magazine Journalism and Publishing students go on to enjoy brilliant careers in editorial, production, marketing, and sales positions across the world of media publishing. This wide-ranging course explores media studies, journalism, law, production and business management, and will give you the creative, analytical and transferable skills necessary to succeed in this increasingly dynamic, evolving media world.

  18. Students deliver pitches for BA (Hons) Media Communications, LCC.
    Image © Lewis Bush

    Start the debate. With the BA (Hons) Media Communications you'll focus on the social and cultural impact of digital media forms, examining the technologies, practices and policies that drive modern media communications. Manipulating images, writing in different styles, editing, working with layout software and pitching and presenting - we cover all these areas so you have applied skills you can take straight into industry.

  19. Fallen Frukt by Emma Hartvig, BA (Hons) Photography, LCC.
    Image © Emma Hartvig

    BA (Hons) Photography at LCC is a rigorous and robust programme which takes a conceptual approach to the study of photography. This involves researching and studying photography theoretically, as well as practically, and it’s this combination which enables students to produce a conceptually strong practice and increasingly find their own voice within it.

  20. Work by Maham Malik for BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, LCC.
    Work by Maham Malik. Image by Lewis Bush

    News photography, reportage, social issues: these are just a few of the areas you'll focus on as part of this exciting and innovative course. The emphasis is on work-related learning so you'll be covering real, live news events, photographing newsworthy people, and producing LCC’s newspaper in collaboration with journalism students, and through external work placements.

  21. BA (Hons) Public Relations student Tanya Kropacheva took part in Parliamentary Debate in the House of Lords.
    Image © BBC

    Prepare for a successful career in the growing and dynamic Public Relations (PR) industry. Discover how brands communicate ideas, products and services to diverse audiences, and how reputations are formed and maintained in a digital environment. You'll explore PR as a force in the 21st century, its relationship to marketing and advertising, and learn key skills for building relationships in media relations, social media, event management, political communication.

  22. Work by Daniel Fischer in the BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design Final Show, 2014.
    Work by Daniel Fischer. Image by Lewis Bush

    BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design centres around the creative use of sound, both as an independent and supportive medium. Led by internationally recognised sound artists, composers and writers, you'll gain technical, creative and theoretical knowledge in the sound arts and develop specialist skills as you build a portfolio of sound-related projects.

  23. BA (Hons) Sports Journalism students create anti-racism campaign. Stay Colourblind poster by Benjamin Tan, Alina Suhorukova and Evija Sundman.
    Work by Benjamin Tan, Alina Suhorukova and Evija Sundman

    From interviewing athletes to covering live sports events and connecting with current debates, this practice-based course will give you the skills you need to work within sports journalism in the context of print, broadcasting and web. Discover this specialist but prolific discipline alongside the new skills of digital production, multimedia and social networking.