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London College of Fashion welcomes students from all over the world to its unique semester programmes in fashion business, footwear design, fashion product design, fashion media & communication and styling.

London College of Fashion’s Study Abroad programmes offers students from all over the world, graduates, or those considering a career change – the opportunity to study a range of fashion-related courses in one of the fashion capitals of the world, London. All programmes include a complimentary five-day fashion and culture field trip to Paris. Each trip is customised to compliment the London studies by providing further inspiration and learning through a series of guided walks, talks and visits. Students may participate in the programme during the autumn and/or spring academic semesters. Undergraduate level study abroad programmes are offered in the fields of Fashion Business, Fashion Product Design, and Fashion Media and Communication. Each programme has three mandatory courses (units), with elective courses (units) making up the remaining selections (up to a maximum of 16 credits).As well as our autumn and spring semesters we offer Summer Study Abroad schools. These are made up of six mandatory units combined to create one programme. Units complement many overseas academic systems and you may be able to transfer credit back to your home institution if required. A limited number of funding awards are available.

Dates, Deadlines and Fees

Fashion Styling and Media Summer School (16-18 Year Olds)

Fashion Styling Summer School 2020

Dates: 11 May – 12 June 2020

Application deadline: 18 March 2020

Payment deadline: 25 March 2020

Fee: £3800

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Fashion Brand Mentoring Programme

Fashion Business Summer School 2020

Dates: 8 June – 31 July 2020

Application deadline: 22 April 2020

Payment deadline: 29 April 2020

Fee: £5550

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Introduction to Fashion Design

Fashion Design Summer School 2020

Dates: 8 June – 31 July 2020

Application deadline: 22 April 2020

Payment deadline: 29 April 2020

Fee: £5550

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Footwear Design Intensive

Footwear Design Summer School 2020

Dates: 8 June – 31 July 2020

Application deadline: 22 April 2020

Payment deadline: 29 April 2020

Fee: £5550

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Autumn Semester 2019

Dates: 27 August – 29 November 2019

Application deadline: 1 July 2019*

* We are still accepting applications as of August 2019

Final payment deadline: 8 July 2019

Fee: £7,500

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Fashion Business Semester

Fashion Product Design Semester

Fashion Media and Communication Semester

Fashion Business Semester

Spring Semester 2020

Dates: 6 January – 10 April 2020

Application deadline: 29 November 2019

Final payment deadline: 6 December 2019

Fee: £7,500

Includes: Tuition & Paris Trip

Fashion Business Semester

Fashion Product Design Semester

Fashion Media and Communications Semester

Application Information & Form

Please read our Terms and Conditions before beginning your application. You will need to upload the following documents to complete your application:

A passport sized photograph

A copy of the picture page in your passport

Transcripts of educational attainments at secondary school level and beyond (with English translations)

One written reference, signed and on headed paper (academic or current/past employers)

Please ask your Study Abroad advisor about the process for requesting academic credit for their Study Abroad experience at London College of Fashion. Credits will be awarded directly by your home institution.

You will be asked to explain in 500 words why you are applying for this programme.

Why London College of Fashion? Why this programme? Why at this point in your life? Who are you now, how would you like to be at the end of your studies with us?

Fashion Design Semester:

5 pieces of your best work. This can be elements from your sketchbook, final presentation sheets, photography of things you have made. These images should be a selection of work which represents your skills and ability.

Styling Summer School:

5 photographs which you have personally styled. These can be still life or fashion. These images should be a selection of work which you feel represents your skills and ability.

Footwear Summer School:

5 drawings of shoes. These can be in any medium and should represent your drawing ability.

Fashion Design Summer School:

5 pieces of your best work. One of these needs to be a photograph of something you have made, the others needs to be drawings, sketches or illustrations. These images should be a selection of work which represents your skills and ability.

If your application is successful a letter of provisional acceptance, an acceptance offer form and payment instructions will be forwarded to you by email. Your unconditional offer letter will be forwarded once you have returned your acceptance offer form and settled your deposit.

Request Information

Contact Study Abroad

Study Abroad Office

Room 111

London College of Fashion

20 John Prince’s Street


United Kingdom


Call us on + 44(0)20 7514 1872/7069 or fill in an enquiry form.

Further Information

Eligibility & Language


Undergraduates, graduates from fashion related or non-fashion related disciplines, independent students, professionals and mature students from all over the world are welcome to apply. Minimum age is 18.

Non-US students: A strong interest in fashion and the equivalent of a minimum GPA of 3.0 (semester), a minimum G.P.A of 2.8 (8 week summer schools)  and no minimum GPA (5 week summer school). If you do not conform to the US grading system, you will need to supply copies of all relevant academic qualifications and achievements received after high school, evidencing grades.

US students: A strong interest in fashion and the equivalent of a minimum GPA of 3.0 (semester), a minimum G.P.A of 2.8 (8 week summer schools)  and no minimum GPA (5 week summer school). Ideally, you have completed your freshman year by the time the programme commences. Appeals will be considered if you are below the required GPA.


All classes are taught in English. The minimum English requirements are:

IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL 46 (computer) or equivalent, for Fashion Design, Footwear or Styling pathways

IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 60 (computer) or equivalent, for Fashion Business pathways

Meet & Greet

We can arrange a taxi collection from a London airport to the LCF Study Abroad accommodation.

We will email you information about how and where you will be met once we’ve confirmed your booking.

This service is intended for you only and your luggage. Additional fees will be required if you travel with a friend or excessive luggage.

To book/pay for this service please complete the booking form.

Accreditation, Credits, Assessment & Certificates


You will receive a detailed syllabus for each of your units during orientation, giving you a breakdown of weekly activities, assignments and assessment criteria. Assignments on the Study Abroad Programme are designed to enable you to demonstrate your progress and your willingness to incorporate new concepts and ideas into your work. A range of assessment criteria is used across the courses depending on the subject area.


Each programme unit is worth one, two, three, four or six study abroad credits.

A one credit unit will receive 10 hours of instruction (contact time) within a semester, 10 non-class hours (self directed study/homework) are expected in addition to this.

A four credit unit will receive 40 hours of instruction (contact time) within a semester, and 40 non-class hours (self directed study/homework) are expected in addition to this.

Your home institution must liaise with the Study Abroad Director at London College of Fashion, if you require study abroad credits to be transferred. Unit syllabi, grading criteria, sample transcripts, academic information are available on request. A transcript (with letter grades) will be provided on request.


All students will be awarded a certificate, on satisfactory completion of a minimum of 12 credits.


The LCF Library, housed at John Princes Street, is the UK’s leading fashion library. It’s extensive resources include 57,000 books on all aspects of the fashion industry from garment construction to cosmetic science, as well as unique collections of information on fashion designers, image resources and illustrations, fashion forecasts, videos and DVDs and over 390 periodical titles and e-journals.

Visa Information

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Money & Scholarships


You will not be required to buy textbooks on the semester programme. We recommend that you allow a minimum of £900 GBP per month for living expenses and £50-£100 GBP per month for materials. As a Study Abroad student it will not be possible for you to open a bank account in the UK, so it is recommended you bring currency in with you.

Scholarships & loans:

A number of awards and scholarships are available to help our Study Abroad students fund their time here in London. Click here for further information.

Which colleges we have accepted students from

Allbright College

Arizona State University

Austin Community College

Bard College

Boston College

Brown University

California Institute of the Arts

California State University

Centenary College

Central Washington University

Cheyney University Pennsylvania

Chicago State University

Clark Atlanta University

Clark College

College of Dupage

College of Saint Catherine

College of William & Mary

Colombia College Chicago

Colorado State University

Colorado State University


Cornell University



Drexel University

Fashion Institute of Technology


Florida State University


Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering

George Washington University

Harvard University

Incarnate Word

Indiana University

Iowa State University

Lasell University

Madonna University

Marist College

Marymount Forham

Marymount University

Massachusetts College of Art

Michigan State University

Mills College North Carolina State University

Mount Mary College

NIFT India

North Carolina

Olivet Nazarene University

Oregon Sate University

Parsons School of Design

Philadelphia University

Pratt Institute, New York

Purdue University

Radford University

Rosary College


Santa Barbara City College

School of the Arts Ins of Chicago

Skidmore college

Southeast Missouri State University

St Catherine University

Stephens College

Suny Oneonta

Syracuse University

Texas Tech University

The University of the Arts

Towsen University

Trinity University

Tufts University

UARTS, Philadelphia

University of Alabama

University of Bridgeport

University of California

University of Conneticut

University of Delaware

University of Hartford

University of Illinois

University of Maryland

University of Massachusetts

University of Minnesota

University of Missouri

University of North Texas

University of Rhode Island

University of Texas

University of the Incarnate Word

Vassar College

Virginia Polytechnic Institute

Wisc Madison

Wisconsin Stout


Accommodation for Study Abroad students

Student bedroom at Sketch House with plants and desk

There are a variety of housing options available at UAL so Study Abroad student applicants have the opportunity to choose somewhere that suits both their budget and lifestyle.

UAL halls of residence

Study Abroad students will be guaranteed a place in University halls if they apply by the Study Abroad application deadline.

UAL’s self-catered halls of residence can be found across London. The majority of rooms have a shower and toilet attached to the room and others have access to a shared shower and a toilet; you will also have access to a shared kitchen.

Students studying for a full year can apply for any of the University’s hall of residence.

Students coming to UAL for 1 – 2 terms/semester can apply to The Costume Store.

Students on 3-week Summer Study Abroad programmes can apply to stay at Cordwainers Court, Sketch House and Gardens House. This does not apply to London College of Fashion summer schools.

Students on a London College of Fashion Summer School programme are advised to email the Study Abroad team for help applying for UAL halls of residence.

Further information

Student security and well-being is a top priority in UAL accommodation. All of the University’s residences include the following security features:

CCTV inside and outside the building

Secure entry using a fob or card

Staff available and contactable 24 hours a day

If you are offered a place in halls, you will need to sign a tenancy agreement. This is a binding legal contract that covers the length of your stay. Where possible, Study Abroad students can sign a shorter tenancy agreement. These short-term tenancies are more expensive than the standard full-length tenancies.

To find more information and to apply for a place, visit our wider Accommodation section.

Paris Fashion and Culture Trip

French road signs

You will gain a unique perspective of Paris on this tour guided by LCF staff. It will reaffirm why the city is synonymous with fashion, culture and style.

We’ll go on a boat trip along the Seine, past the main sites including The Tuilerie Gardens, The Louvre, Notre Dame, and The Eiffel Tower. This will help you familiarise yourself with the layout of the city. You’ll visit a food market, to understand about French food. We will take you to the famous flea market of Clignancourt and will show you designer boutiques and introduce you to exclusive shopping districts of The Rue St Honore and The Palais Royale. You’ll experience the special ‘Frenchness’ of Montmartre and you’ll fall in love with the ‘Marais’. There’ll be free time to explore, so you can do all those ‘touristy’ things as well (The Eiffel Tower, The Arc de Triomphe and of course The Louvre.

Where we go and what we do is always based on what’s happening in Paris at that time of year. It will always be exciting, relevant and a trip you will never forget.

The Paris trip is an integral part of the LCF Study Abroad experience and included in the course fee on all LCF Study Abroad programmes.


  • Comprehension passage
  • Grammar
  • Word power (booklet)


  • Number system
  • Simple & compound interest
  • Speed, time & distance
  • Mensuration
  • And many more…


  • Number analogy
  • Series completion
  • Blood relations
  • Data sufficiency
  • And many more…


  • Books & author
  • Fashion
  • Indian history, geography, economics
  • Art & culture
  • Current affairs
  • And many more…

Course Fee-
Classroom Program– Rs. 55,000/-
Winter Crash Course – Rs. 20,000/-
Crash Course (1 Month) – Rs. 10,000/-
Postal Program– Rs. 5,000/-
Online Program (ebooks & test)– Rs. 3000/-
Online Program (Video tutorials ebooks & test) – Rs. 15000/-

Online Mock Test Series – Rs. 1000/-

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