Student Services

Advice AND Guidance
LCMT offers an impartial, confidential Advice and Guidance, which is available free of charge to students of all ages, current and prospective, local and international. The service is available to anyone who wants to find out more about career options and the wide range of educational opportunities and qualifications. Equality to all the students, whatever ethnic background they belong to, is the principle of LCMT.
Student Welfare Officer offers individual advice to students on practical matters such as awards, fees, money management. The Student Welfare Officer also produce a wide range of information sheets covering most aspects of student entitlements, including information on loans and awards; postgraduate funding; Income Tax and National Insurance; UKBA procedures; entitlements of EEA, EU and International students. He/She also gives practical advice on language and study skills support and is available to give general help and advice to international students. Our Officers are on hand to help you choose the right course to meet your needs. An appointment system enables you to book a confidential interview and we offer a drop-in service for quick enquiries.

Student Accommodation
LCMT takes care of the accommodation needs of all its students. As the living conditions have a great impact on the students performance, we ensure that our students are accommodated in the best accommodation available. We have arrangements with local letting agents, who would be providing help to the students to obtain accommodation nearby to the college. The college arranges for accommodation of the student on prior written request by the student. The cost of shared accommodation varies from £40-100 a week per room, depending on individual preferences and the proximity to the local amenities and transportation. The student has to confirm with the college 1 month in advance about their preferences and also pay an advance rent for 1 month which is non-refundable, even if the student does not take up the accommodation.


  • The College seeks to meet the needs of all employers, both as sponsors of students and as employers of graduates. It aims to create graduates who can move smoothly into employment, contribute swiftly to the improved performance of their organisation, and rapidly rise to senior positions.
  • The College will adopt a Code of Conduct for its employees, based on above mentioned similar principles.
  • The staff Code of Conduct will forbid employees from soliciting or accepting inducements in respect of any matter connected with the operation of the College.
  • The staff Code of Conduct will be consistent with Practice on Freedom of Speech, in respecting the freedom within the law of academic staff to question and test received wisdom, and to put forward new ideas or controversial or unpopular opinions, without placing their employment in jeopardy. This includes the right of staff to speak freely and without being subject to disciplinary sanctions or victimisation about academic standards or related matters, provided that they do so lawfully, without malice and in the public interest.
  • Where the College includes confidentiality clauses in severance contracts this will not prevent staff who have legitimate concerns about malpractice raising those concerns with the appropriate authority.