We will equip our students to thrive in uncertain futures and navigate change by developing the following attributes:
The enthusiasm to seek out new perspectives, to create and build on existing knowledge.
Confidence in their abilities, and the ability to respond positively in various situations.
The willingness to adapt and remain motivated, overcome obstacles, and deal with ambiguity, uncertainty, and rejection.
Curriculum case studies
case studies below demonstrate different approaches to establishing, embedding and responding to the creative attributes within the curriculum.
Read how the MA Fashion Media Production course at LCF works to develop the future visionaries of the industry through a series of exploratory experiences.
Learn about the peer-to-peer student mentoring programme, Mentor Me, Mentor You, which encouraged LCF students to develop both as mentors and mentees to explore possibilities for co-creating opportunities.
Investigating the way that creatives work in large organisations, the Exploring Future Creative Careers conference involved both student speakers and notable industry figures.
Read how a graduate consultancy project at Central Saint Martins developed concepts for the future of news and helped students develop the flexibility and confidence to work in different settings.
Graduate case studies
The case studies below draw on the graduate experience to understand transitions from higher education to professional life.
The design duo behind Crispin Finn discuss creating a business from a shared passion and the importance of staying interested and curious.
Find out why service designer Obie Campbell believes developing a reflective practice is vital for success in the creative industries.
Discover how MA Fine Art graduate Mike Ballard uses his graffiti art as the more commercial arm of his business while he develops as a fine artist.
Freelancer and Creative Enterprise Award winner Emma Denby talks about the support she was given by UAL, which enabled her to develop her career and resilience through pursuing her many interests.
The secret to running a successful creative business is about so much more than being a leader in your artistic field, says Argentinian filmmaker and designer Ana Diaz.
Pedagogic case studies
The case study below articulate and explore pedagogic resources and research to inform your practice and curriculum making.
The Personal and Professional Development – Learning for Life publication, offers academic and teaching staff explanations and advice on engaging with personal and professional development in the creative arts.
Explore a reflective questionnaire evaluating the student experience focused on how students and staff negotiate the various tensions inherent in setting up industry projects.