Higher Studies in music

London College of Creative Media

We believe that specialist higher education is best delivered:in small groups with students supported by one to one tutorials where possible by top industry professionals who are also great teachers rather than academics in a friendly, creative environment with access to professional level facilities and resources to high academic standards with students focusing on how to collaborate and communicate effectively with high level graduate skills embedded to ensure work-readiness for all sectors with the alacrity and agility to adapt, improve and modernise continually. We believe that specialist higher education is best delivered: in small groups with students supported by one to one tutorials where possible by top industry professionals who are also great teachers rather than academics in a friendly, creative environment with access to professional level facilities and resources to high academic standards with students focusing on how to collaborate and communicate effectively with high level graduate skills embedded to ensure work-readiness for all sectors with the alacrity and agility to adapt, improve and modernise continually.
The LCCM story first began in 2002, when Darius Khwaja resolved to found a new college for contemporary popular music in the centre of London. The aim was to create a new approach to teaching music that mixed the best of the good universities and conservatoires with an art school environment. The course that emerged embedded production with performance, establishing LCCM as the first music college where all students had to master both performance and production; a development that was increasingly evident in the music industry.