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LCC Welcome Events 2018

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2 September 2018 - 13 October 2018
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LCC Welcome Events 2018

3 September – 13 October 2017

Welcome to London College of Communication (LCC), UAL. If you’re joining us as a further education, undergraduate or postgraduate student this September, there’s lots of exciting events, activities and inductions to get involved in across the college and wider university.

You will need to be enrolled to attend welcome days and activities on UAL sites.

Welcome events for all LCC students:


3 – 27 September
LCC Enrolment
Room WG26 (The Digital Space), LCC

If you're joining LCC as a further education, undergraduate or postgraduate student, you will need to enrol at the College. You will receive information via email about your course time slot, but you can also view the enrolment timetables online:


Wednesday 3 October
LCC Welcome Day 2018

If you’re a new student at the college, join LCC and Arts Students’ Union (Arts SU) for the LCC College Welcome Day with activities including information stalls, creative workshops, free lunch, social, tours of the building and local area, all aimed to set you up with everything you need for student life.
Register your attendance via Arts SU website +


2 ­– 12 October
LCC student experience and social events

LCC student experience and social events including workshops, movie screenings and more. Open to all new students at LCC. Booking required.

2 October 
Photograms Workshop 1 10am / DLG04

3 October
Hot Foiling Workshop 1 10am / W308 
Guided Tour of Local Area 11.00am / Meet at LCC reception 
Hot Foiling Workshop 2 11.30am / W308

4 October
Film Screening with popcorn: Dr Strangelove 11.30- 1.30 / Lecture Theatre C

5 October
Sketchbook Making Workshop 1 10am / W310

8 October
Relief Printing Workshop 1.30 – 4pm / W303

9 October
Photograms Workshop 2 10am / DLG04
LCC Supper Club 5pm / LCC Canteen (amphitheatre space)

11 October
Film Screening with Popcorn: Good Morning Vietnam 11.30 / Lecture Theatre C

12 October
Sketchbook Making Workshop 2​ 10am / W310


Welcome events open to all UAL students:

Wednesday 26 September
UAL International Students’ Orientation Day

Central Saint Martins, Kings Cross

Wednesday 26 September
UAL International Food Festival

Central Saint Martins, Kings Cross
4 – 7pm (open to all students)

More information about this event coming soon

Saturday 29 September
Freshers' Fair

UAL social programme
Open to all students at UAL, events include day trips, outdoor cinema, quiz nights, a musical, exhibitions, Harry Potter Studio Tours a sunset Thames Cruise and more.

Arts Students’ Union freshers’ events
A series of events and activities organised by Arts Students’ Union including creative sessions, social events, club nights and the Arts Unlocked programme.

These events are all part of UAL Big Welcome.

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