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Offer Holder Days

Undergraduate Offer Holder Days at London College of Communication are designed to give you a taste of what life will be like as an LCC student and ensure you have the help and advice you need to make an informed decision about your offer.

What happens at an Offer Holder Day?

The focus of the day will be an interactive course session where you’ll join other offer holders in activities and collaborative projects set by your future course tutors.

You will take a tour of the building with a current student and find out more about the technical facilities, workshops and social spaces that will be a big part of your learning experience at LCC.

Drop into our Information Centre at any time for expert advice on admissions, student fees and funding, student services and accommodation. You can also join a tour of our local student accommodation.

When do Offer Holder Days take place?

Offer Holder Days will be held in March and April.

How do I book a place?

Offer Holder Days are invite-only events. Shortly after you’ve been made an offer from our admissions department we will send you an invite detailing what to do next.

Can I bring guests?

You’re more than welcome to bring parents, guardians, friends and siblings along to an Offer Holder Day. We'll run a talk just for them, which will explore how they can support you during the transition to becoming a university student. Your guests will also hear from support staff and current students about their experiences.

What if I can’t attend?

Attendance isn’t compulsory and you won’t be disadvantaged if you are unable to attend. You can also explore our technical facilities through an interactive virtual tour.

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