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Collaborative Challenge

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Collaborative Challenge | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London

Collaborative Challenge is a unique opportunity for LCF Postgraduate students to collaborate across disciplines to address challenges, provocations and concepts affecting the fashion landscape by engaging with current research and technologies, industry partners, alumnus and academic partners.

This 20-credit unit helps to develop professional networks and working practices, in order to become successful and agile in the cultural and creative industries.

It is student led and requires students to be motivated and proactive drawing on teamwork, design thinking, problem solving, project planning and negotiation. It is also a professional platform and offers engagement within industry working and practices in the realm of Sustainability, Diversity and Social Responsibility.

The Collaborative Challenge is a revalidated unit following the success of the LCF Collaborative Unit at London College of Fashion.

The Collaborative Unit 2014-20 was a unique, first of its kind opportunity for London College of Fashion postgraduate students to collaborate across disciplines and work with industry partners. It was set up in 2014 in response to demand from the fashion industry and students themselves, wanting to connect with industry partners.

Case study podcasts 2022

A collection of conversations that highlight the benefits of working collaboratively. Featuring LCF staff, industry, academic partners and students.

Case study podcasts 2020/21

Case study podcasts 2019/20

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