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Elephant And Castle - History
... almshouses, on the site of the present London College of Communication ... It was however built over during London's rapid expansion ... Castle was the centre of the target zone for the German air raids on London on 10 May 1941 and suffered "raging fires" during this raid ...
University Of The Arts London - Notable Alumni
... list, view the respective article for each college ... Alumni of Camberwell College of Arts include Maggi Hambling (painter) Howard Hodgkin (painter and printmaker) Peter Kindersley (publisher, founder ... Byam Shaw School of Art, part of Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design include Matthew Collings (art critic and television presenter) James Dyson (industrial designer, founder of Dyson) Mona ...
College Of Teachers - Publications - Books
... College of Preceptors ... Metropolitan Executive ...
List Of Universities In The United Kingdom - Colleges of Higher Education
... These should not be confused with colleges of further education, which offer a different level of qualifications ... For lists of further education colleges in the UK (which may however also offer higher education qualifications) see List of further education colleges in England List of further education ...
London School Of Printing And Kindred Trades
... The London College of Communication (LCC) (formerly the London College of Printing and, briefly, London College of Printing and Distributive Trades) is a constituent college of the University of the ... Professor Elizabeth Rouse is Head of College ...

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