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London College of Fashion, UAL is dedicated to creating a communicative college culture. Your voice matters to us and we are committed to informing students how their news and opinions influence change. Discover some of the many improvements happening right now thanks to your input.
At a glance
Changes so far 2019/20
Sharing your student experience at LCF with us is invaluable. In the past this information has helped shape and develop courses, build staff and student relationships and help kickstart innovative projects. Here are just a few improvements in 2019 based on what you had to say.
Flexibility and digital learning
You said: I'd love more flexibility and focus on digital learning
We did: Online lectures and the digitalisation of academic support documents - trialing 2019.
Staff to student ratio
You said: You wanted more opportunities to discuss your work.
We did: We’ve recruited 17 new full time teaching posts, with a further 19 more joining us in 2020.
New assessment criteria
You said: I want a clearer assessment process...and less of it.
We did: Developed a simple stream-lined Assessment Criteria, supported by the Student's Union and staff across UAL colleges.
UAL Assessment Criteria
The UAL Assessment Criteria are a set of standards against which the work that you submit is measured. The Assessment Criteria are applied to your work to help you understand what has been accomplished, how the grade you are given was arrived at, and how you can improve your work in the future.
Credit Framework Review
London College of Fashion, UAL, looked at the way its courses were taught, spoke to staff and students, and made some changes to the credit framework (how courses are taught and marked). This animation explains those changes.
Student Spotlight: Jemima Elle from BSc Fashion Management
Final year BSc Fashion Management student, Jemima Elle, tells us all about her progress on the course so far and her aspirations for life after LCF.
Bespoke Tailoring Alumna Sarah Hollebon to exhibit with mental health charity The Perspective Project
BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring alumna Sarah Hollebon is exhibiting at The Perspective Project in London on September 15th.
Student voices: Ammar Alsaker and his route to LCF
At LCF our students come from diverse backgrounds and all have a story to tell. As part of our Student Voices series Flavia Tritto interviews BA (Hons) Fashion Visual Merchandising and […]
Meet LCF Fashion Visual Merchandising graduate Maria Paraskevopoulou
Maria Paraskevopoulou, freelance fashion and lifestyle photographer, and LCF Postgraduate Certificate Fashion: Fashion Visual Merchandising graduate talks to LCF News about why she studied the 15 week course, the importance of […]
Listen to students from across UAL talking about their experiences of studying and learning.
Molly discusses her experience studying Foundation at UAL, self-confidence, the advantages of working with UAL students from around the world and how university life has made her more positive.
Raahim speaks about overcoming doubt, advice for students of Asian backgrounds, navigating self-directed study, the importance of having an open mind, as well as time management and ways of learning.
Hannah reflects on her experience as an international student and the initial challenges she faced with language and British culture, finding a place where she could be herself and managing her time at UAL.
Philipp and Santiago offer suggestions about adjusting to life in London, making connections, being open to criticism and the value of self-reflection.
Shout out to LCF!
When students share their experience they become a powerful collective voice and we're here to pay attention!
Explore our facilities
Explore some of our more unusual facilities, including social spaces, our world-class fashion archives and library and Digital Anthropology Lab.
Get lost in our world-class fashion library, which includes study pods and desk space.
LCF offers indoor and outdoor social spaces for meeting with friends, working collaboratively and enjoying a break.
As well as our archives and library, the LCF research centres offer a great resource for your studies, from research to final projects.