Last year The LCC award was given to Callum Copley for founding his own Summer School for Design students across Europe.
The Registration Summer School is an innovative, free design course offered in last year in Deptford, South London.
As a whole new cohort of Design students graduate from LCC GMD this Summer, the UAL Award scheme encourages students to take their degree work live and into everyday practice.
Great innovation and concepts are supported by UAL through The Creative Enterprise Awards each November.

Last year on 19th of November, with champagne and canapés in hand, invited guests gathered to honour the talented students and graduates of the University of the Arts London at the Creative Enterprise Awards 2014. Held in the exquisitely decorated Bloomsbury Ballroom, the event was a far cry from the original awards held in a student bar just six years ago. This upgrade is owed in part to NatWest, who sponsored the award for the third year running.Last year The LCC award was given to GMD & DPS final year student Callum Copley for founding the Registration Summer School, an innovative, free design course offered in Deptford, South London.

UAL has a rich history of enterprise and innovation. Many of the University’s most well-known alumni had an enterprising spirit which led them to “go out on their own” – including fashion designer Stella McCartney, film director Mike Leigh, industrial designer James Dyson and fine artist Antony Gormley. The Student Enterprise and Employability’s (SEE) mission is to support the inventiveness of UAL students as well as celebrate their impressive successes. SEE received over a hundred high quality entries this year which resulted in very impressive shortlists.

The Awards are a dazzling display of fresh talent, and a reminder of the impressive creativity of UAL’s expanding network of students and alumni. Students and alumni, don’t forget to submit your work for consideration next year for a chance to join this remarkable roster.