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Welcome to London College of Communication

A pioneering world leader in creative communications education.

Our schools

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Design School

The Design School is a dynamic and inclusive multidisciplinary community of internationally recognised educators, researchers and practitioners.

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Media School

The Media School has a comprehensive portfolio that spans the disciplines of publishing, advertising, public relations, media communications, photography, and journalism.

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Screen School

The Screen School goes beyond traditional academic models, designed instead to bring film and television together with the disciplines of games, animation, sound arts and design and live events.

Facilities

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3D Workshops

Learn to work with a range of tools and technologies from traditional woodworking to digital fabrication.

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Lens-Based and Audio-Visual

The facilities in this area include The Kit Room, Design Block Photography, Black Box Project Space, AV and Live Events.

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Creative Technology Lab

A multi-purpose space that supports students with: Creative Coding, Physical Computing, Projection Mapping, Games, and Virtual Reality.

Stories

  • Keep it moving with Arts Active

    Arts Active membership gives you access to a programme of affordable, online social and recreational activities, designed to help you meet fellow students, try new things, and look after your wellbeing.

  • Introducing Beyond Photography

    Ryan Blackwell, MA Design for Art Direction at London College of Communication introduces Beyond Photography, his multi-media arts platform to London.

  • Take the Big Welcome survey!

    If you participated in this year’s Big Welcome programme and have started your enrolment, then take our survey and you could be one of 6 lucky people to win a £50 Cass Art voucher.

  • Hacking Greta Thunberg at the Shared Campus Summer School

    An online Summer School as part of the Shared Campus project. Exploring the theme ‘Pop Cultures’, students and staff from 5 partner institutions came together in June/July to Hack the global pop icon, Greta Thunberg.

Our people

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Mo-Ling Chui

Mo-Ling Chui is Course Leader for BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.

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Harriet Cox

Harriet Cox is the Programme Director for Film and Television at London College of Communication.

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Adrian Wood

Adrian is a London-based Photographer and educator and is a specialist technician for Media Photography at London College of Communication.