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BA Ceramic Design Open Day

Event date
6 December 2019 (12:00 to 14:00)
BA Ceramic Design Open Day

The BA Ceramic Design open day is an opportunity for prospective applicants to meet tutors and current students on the course. You'll be able to ask questions, find out more about the course, see the studios and facilities and get a taste of the creative atmosphere of Central Saint Martins.

Places are limited and booking is essential. The open day starts at 12pm and will last for 2 hours.

Please see information on: Course, UG Funding and UAL Accommodation.

National Express travel discount
If you’re thinking about travelling by coach into London for our Open Day, book in advance with National Express and receive 30% off using discount code NDOPENDAY30. Terms and conditions apply, so please read these carefully before booking your National Express travel.

We look forward to meeting you at the Open Day.

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