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Discover more about the London College of Contemporary Arts student experience at our Virtual Open Day.
Delivered to you online and hosted by LCCA's Head of College, Dr Kate Armstrong, you’ll get to discover more about our growing student community, life on campus, and creative programmes - which are validated by TEF Gold awarded institute, University for the Creative Arts.
You’ll also hear from programme leaders and the academic team who will be part of your journey should you choose to study at LCCA. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions and learn more about how studying at LCCA can help take your future further.
From the comfort of your own home, you’ll get to:
To keep you safe, we're continuing to monitor and follow government guidance on events and gatherings. Whether virtually or in person, you'll get a real feel for the subjects, people and student experience at LCCA.
Head of College, Dr Kate Armstrong, will be hosting our Virtual Open Day where she’ll be moderating a panel of experts from the creative industries and the LCCA academic team.
The event will showcase what it’s like to study one of our degree programmes which is validated by GOLD TEF awarded institute, University for the Creative Arts.
The panel will be exploring topics such as:
You'll have the opportunity to talk directly with our students and academics, so please be ready with any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you live on 27 February - 11:00-13:00.
Find out more about our courses:
All courses are accredited by TEF Gold Award Academic Partner
UNIVERSITY FOR THE CREATIVE ARTS
|11:00||Welcome from Head of College, Dr. Kate Armstrong|
|11.15||Introduction to the academic team and LCCA way of life|
|11.35||Explore subject of interest in the course breakout room|
|12.15||Return to the main room|
|13:00||Goodbye from the team|
If you’ve pre-registered for the event, the LCCA Recruitment Team will send you an email before the Virtual Open Day, informing you which online platforms they will be using and how you can access these. We will host our open day on Zoom, so please read the material the college sends out beforehand.
Although COVID-19 may impact the first few months of your degree, it’s important to remember that your degree is a minimum of three years. For the majority of this time, you will be studying in-person at the college.
Please complete the form and we will contact you as soon as possible.