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LCC Open Day: Design School

Event date
6 February 2019 (12:30 to 15:00)
LCC Open Day: Design School

LCC Undergraduate Open Day
Design for Art Direction | Design for Branded Spaces | Design Management | Graphic Branding and Identity | Graphic and Media Design | Illustration and Visual Media | Interaction Design Arts | User Experience Design

Wednesday 6 February 2019
London College of Communication
12.30pm
(Your visit will last approximately 2.5hours)

Undergraduate open days at London College of Communication are designed to help you find out more about our courses and how we can help you reach your creative potential. Find out more about the specific courses you're interested in, meet our tutors and current students, take a tour of our facilities and experience LCC’s unique atmosphere.

Courses covered:
You can attend one of the following courses :
BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction
BA (Hons) Design for Branded Spaces
BA (Hons) Design Management
BA (Hons) Graphic Branding and Identity
BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design
BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media
BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts
BA (Hons) User Experience Design

Our open days tend to fill up quickly so book now to guarantee your place. Please arrive 15 minutes before your booked session begins.

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