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School of Media & Communication Open Day

Event date
12 October 2019 (10:00 to 15:00)
School of Media & Communication Open Day

London College of Fashion Open Days give you a unique insight into student life at the only Fashion education specialist of its kind in the UK. Visiting one of our Open Days gives you the chance to meet our experienced course leaders, giving you all the information you need to decide if LCF is right for you. 

This open day will cover all undergraduate courses offered by the School of Media and Communication at London College of Fashion. It will also include information about becoming an LCF student with details on accommodation, finance and application advice. Visitors will also have the opportunity to have a guided tour of our Lime Grove site (where these courses are based) to view the facilities and talk to the current students about their LCF experience.

The following courses will be showcased:
 


Please complete the form below to register for this event. We will send you more information about the event, such as the event programme and directions to the location on the day, 2-weeks before the event.

This event is also available on an alternate date.

If you have any queries about the open days please contact LCF Open Day Enquiries on +44 (0)207 514 2097 / 7582.

 

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