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Business, Partnerships and Knowledge Exchange

Ramazan Kisa and Seda Cicek working with their tutor
Ramazan Kisa and Seda Cicek working with their tutor
Image credit: Alys Tomlinson, UAL.

We apply the imagination and resourcefulness of our students, staff and graduates to today’s business challenges.

London College of Communication is a world leader in design, media and screen education.

Our Business, Partnerships and Knowledge Exchange team works with organisations to create bespoke partnerships, solve big challenges and develop innovative concepts, services and experiences.

We also co-deliver a network of support for our students and graduates, which helps the creative and cultural sectors to flourish and grow. Work with us to collaborate and innovate with the best emerging talent while transforming communities, economies and wider society.

With value extending far beyond a single project, your organisation will have the opportunity to build relationships with a diverse range of creatives in London.

Spotlight Projects

UAL x Southwark Council

Representing diverse voices through public art

Talent Works

Work with us

  • Promotional poster for Grange Primary School showing a child with the text
    Promotional poster for Grange Primary School by MA Graphic Branding and Identity students.
    Industry projects

    Explore our range of bespoke industry projects and find out how we can support you.

  • Photograph of a man holding a shop poster.
    Shop Front Project, photography by Veronica Otero.
    Community Engagement and Partnerships

    We collaborate with a range of non-profit, government and corporate organisations to help solve society’s big challenges with innovation, empathy and creativity.

  • Image showing a monitor screen and a laptop screen displaying a student-made website for Southwark Unity
    Website design for Southwark Unity by LCC students Tabetha Baldwin and Ethan Phan
    Talent Works

    Work with our students through paid placements with local charities, social enterprises and community groups.

  • Participants of the Refugee Journalism Project sit in the Guardian Podcast studio with Guardian colleagues.
    Image © Veronica Otero
    Refugee Journalism Project

    Based at LCC, this project supports refugee and exiled journalists to restart their careers in the UK through workshops, mentoring and placement opportunities.

Innovate with us

  • Image shows a man in a suit wearing a VR headset.
    Image courtesy of London South Bank University.
    ACE IT

    ACE IT supports London-based SMEs to develop groundbreaking business solutions through the power of immersive technology.

  • Student artwork which resembles a complex electrical circuit.
    Image credit: Ana Escobar.
    Digital Grid Partnership

    The Digital Grid Partnership is a free programme supported by the European Social Fund which supports SMEs to build their digital knowledge and capacity.

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    Customised Training

    At London College of Communication, we deliver a wide range of customised training courses to enhance your personal and professional development.

  • Animation, Interactive, Film and Sound

    Short Courses

    Led by expert tutors across a range of disciplines, our range of practical courses can help you to learn a new skill, develop your practice or simply explore your creativity.

Stories

  • BA (Hons) Animation students develop ROCK PAPER SCISSORS shorts for Drawing Room
    Image credit: Olivia Ortiz, BA (Hons) Animation.

    BA (Hons) Animation students develop ROCK PAPER SCISSORS shorts for Drawing Room

    Olivia Ortiz explains how she was able to adapt texture, type and lines from children’s drawings into striking promotional shorts for a local gallery.

  • BA (Hons) Animation students develop campaigns with NHS South East CCG
    Image credit: Still from 'Say NO to cancer' by Kaylah Ali.

    BA (Hons) Animation students develop campaigns with NHS South East CCG

    Freya McArthur, Dan Pope and Kaylah Ali discuss how they were able to address sensitive health issues while empowering audiences through their creative practice.

  • Mentoring Spotlight: Preeti Buljhoo x Jonathan Paterson
    Image taken from 'Bridging the Gaps', a publication on research and public engagement in the Media School developed by students on MA Publishing at London College of Communication.

    Mentoring Spotlight: Preeti Buljhoo x Jonathan Paterson

    MA Publishing graduate Preeti Buljhoo and her mentor, editor and journalist Jonathan Paterson, discuss their experiences of taking part in LCC's Industry Mentoring Programme.

  • Mentoring Spotlight: Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste x Melissa Quashie
    Examples of work from Karl-Lydie's MA portfolio. Image credit: Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste.

    Mentoring Spotlight: Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste x Melissa Quashie

    We chat to MA Public Relations graduate Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste and her mentor, publicity manager Melissa Quashie, about their experiences of taking part in the LCC Industry Mentoring Programme.