The UK has always been renowned for the quality of its education and London, with its heritage and kudos, is widely regarded as the capital of the design world. Studying here provides a thrilling and inspirational experience with a wealth of British design resources on the doorstep complementing the study at KLC and providing an unparalleled wealth of culture and entertainment. With the level of the pound at such a beneficially low exchange rate against other international currencies, there has never been a better time or place than London to come and study Interior or Garden Design.
Every effort will be made to integrate international students into their study groups online and onsite and to create a real sense of community. For onsite students, they will be given help to get to know the surrounding area and social events will be included in the induction to the course.
Extensive, practical information about studying in the UK is provided in the Student Handbook sent out prior to a course.
Our Student Welfare Services are also on hand to provide information, advice and guidance on a wide range of practical and personal issues for any student that needs help and support.
- British Council - www.britishcouncil.org
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office - www.gov.uk
- UKCISA UK Council for Student International Affairs - www.ukcisa.org
Applying for a Student Visa
KLC School of Design has been licensed by UK Visas and Immigration to enrol international students under Tier 4 of the Points Based System and is happy to help eligible students with the application process. For detailed information for international students wishing to apply for a student visa, please click here.
KLC is very proud to be affiliated with three leading international schools and to promote international collaboration on design education.
There is a programme of Master Classes to enhance the CV's of affiliate graduates or to provide contextual support for current students. In addition, there is the opportunity to share information on new programmes, progression routes and teaching methods. The links also allow for regular art and design related cultural exchanges as well as updates on design events and exhibitions, current trends and methods of practice.
There is also a shared belief in the need for designers to specify responsibly and to promote the role of design in the community.