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Graduate Futures

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Animation showing a flying bubble object and a meadow..
Dream TV, Adeola Ogunsiji-Isaac, BA (Hons) Photography, London College of Communication.

We empower and support final-year students and recent graduates to achieve their creative career ambitions and effect positive change across wider society.

Our graduate support programmes, events and activities aim to enable our final-year students and recent graduates to develop successful careers across the design, media and screen industries, or to kickstart their own enterprise as freelancers and entrepreneurs after graduation.

We provide support around career development along with freelancer and business start-up ambitions through our mentoring and incubation initiatives.

As a team, we work together with both our wider alumni community and organisations aiming to shape and diversify the future of the creative industries - using our skills and our insights to move towards a more sustainable and inclusive future for individuals, society and the planet.

Are you looking for a mentor?

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    Sofia Sorace, still image from Little Fred, London College of Communication.

    Upgrade Your Future Path

    Designed for current LCC students and recent graduates, the programmes offers a range of opportunities to connect with the creative industries, receive invaluable advice, and scope out your future career. Register to become a mentee.

Are you looking to develop your entrepreneurial skills?

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    Yazhe Li, Cafe Octane, London College of Communication.

    LCC Accelerate

    This fully-funded programme is designed to support recent graduates to take their creative business idea to the next stage. The programme is aimed at graduates who would like to define their own success, solve real-world problems and impact society in a positive way. Register your interest for the next round of applications.

Are you interested in becoming a mentor?

  • A mentor chatting to a mentee at an event.
    Photo credit Sundeep Verdi, London College of Communication.

    Industry Mentoring Programme

    We’re looking for industry advisers and organisations to support our students and graduates to develop a greater understanding of industry while supporting their career aspirations. Register to become a mentor.

Get in touch with the team


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