I have looked into the LCF program--I actually studied abroad there for a semester though and was relatively unimpressed with the faculty/classes (except for one that I did really like) and didn't feel challenged at all by the work. I mean, I literally travelled every weekend and drank more alcohol that semester than I think I have the entire rest of my life combined, and I still got straight As...which is pretty ridiculous, but was a nice break from my usual stress at school/I had a great time. I'm not willing to pay for and waste two years of my life on that though, if I go to grad school I want it to be worth it!
I don't really know what I want to do, but I am interested in Fashion Theory/History so I'm approaching grad school as one option. I mostly am hoping for funding though, I will need some funding to make it a worthwhile option for me at this point. If I don't get in or get in and don't get any scholarship money, I will probably try to get a job and consider re-applying in a few years, once I've saved up some money. That's another thing, the LCF Program basically doesn't seem to offer scholarships--it's kind of confusing--it seems like you can only apply for scholarships once you get in, and you won't find out whether you receive funding until after you have already confirmed that you'll be doing the program.
So I'm applying to Parsons, Courtauld, and Royal College of Art (they have a program with the V&A). I'd love to use this as a way to live in London for a while, so I'm hoping for those two. We'll see what happens!
Last edited by CoffeeAndPearls; 21-12-2012 at 11:32 PM.