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LCC Facilities Tour

Event date
19 October 2018 (11:00 to 12:00)
LCC Facilities Tour

Take the LCC Tour 

If you’re already thinking of joining us, or want to find out what makes LCC such a unique place to study, our team in the Information Centre invite you to join them on a guided tour of the College. This is a great opportunity to take a look around our technical and creative facilities and get a taste of student life here.

LCC College Facilities Tours give you the chance to find out more about the College, see where you’ll study and get inside our specialist studios and spaces. Tours run every Friday morning at 11.00am during term time and usually last around 45-60 minutes.

Please note-LCC Tours are general facilities tours and are not course specific.

If you want your visit to be tailored around a particular course, we recommend you come along to an Open Day.

If you would like to visit the Highline Accommodation after your LCC tour (approx. 30 mins) Please email info@lcc.arts.ac.uk 

If you have any queries about booking or need more information about visiting LCC please email Hilary Jiminez.

Please note: LCC Tours are popular and book up quickly. 

If you have booked a place and are unable to make it, please cancel your booking so that someone else may book a place. 

We can’t offer guided tours during the vacation as certain parts of the building are closed.

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