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LCC Postgraduate Open Evenings: Media and Screen Schools

Event date
12 February 2020 (17:00 to )
LCC Postgraduate Open Evenings: Media and Screen Schools

LCC Postgraduate Open Evening: Media and Screen School
Wednesday 12 February 2020
London College of Communication

Programme
4.00pm - 5.00pm: 
Tour (optional)
5.00pm - 7.00pm: Welcome talk followed by course sessions

If you're looking to learn more about a specific course then come along to an Open Evening to meet our tutors, ask any course-related questions and experience the college's unique atmosphere. During the course sessions, there will also be an opportunity to find out what academics look for when considering applications and portfolios.

As our open days tend to fill up quickly, please book to guarantee your place!

Courses covered:

Graduate Diploma Photography
MA 3D Computer Animation
MA Advertising
MA Animation
MA Arts and Lifestyle Journalism
MA Data Journalism
MA Documentary Film
MA Film
MA Games Design
MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice
MA Photography
MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography (Part-Time)
MA Public Relations
MA Publishing
MA Screenwriting
MA Sound Arts
MA Television
MA Virtual Reality
MA Visual Effects

Tour (optional) 
Tour starts at 4.00pm 

This is your opportunity to explore a variety of study areas, workshops and creative spaces, as well as our extensive library and creative IT hub, The Digital Space. The tour will be given by current LCC students and should last approximately 40 minutes.

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