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At London College of Communication, we run in-person and virtual events throughout the year, these events will help you to find out more about the ways we support our students on their journeys as future-facing creatives.

If we do not currently have a live event for the course you are interested in, look at our Virtual Open Events recordings, to hear our academics give a detailed overview of our courses, we also have recordings on sessions about portfolio and application advice, to help with the application process of applying to our courses.

You may also be eligible for a UAL Travel Bursary to cover the cost of your travel to LCC.

Upcoming Open Events

Virtual Open Day

You can also explore our Virtual Open Day, guided by our student hosts, you will be able to explore the college; get an insight into our undergraduate courses, world-class facilities, and the support services available for our students.

View the Virtual Open Day page.

How to use the Virtual Open Day

  • Our Virtual Open Day is an interactive experience which you can enter via the button below. You'll be taken to a platform called Eko, where your journey will begin.
  • At each location on your journey, you’ll be given a number of options on the screen. Select the one you’d like to know more about, and you’ll be taken to your chosen topic.
  • You can also navigate back and forward through each set of films by selecting the arrow buttons.
  • If you want to return to the main menu at any point during your Virtual Open Day experience, select the house symbol at the top of your screen.

Launch the Virtual Open Day

Open Events recordings

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