Before you decide where you would like to study and what course is right for you, it’s helpful to attend an online event and speak to real staff and students about your options. Come along to our next Pre-degree Online Open Event, taking place on Monday 17 August 2020 from 11am-12pm, and discover how Plymouth College of Art students are pushing the boundaries in art, design and digital media.
Our online events are a chance for you to get a virtual feel for life at a university-sector independent art school. Both online and on-campus, we are committed to providing meaningful learning experiences and we can’t wait to show you the creative degrees we offer.
We welcome drop-ins, but to make the most of the event and receive more information over email, we recommend registering your interest in advance. To join the talk simply set up your computer, tablet or mobile phone and click through the link provided over email and in the schedule below (talk title will become clickable on the event date).
This Online Event is free and open to all, you just need an internet connection. Simply set up your computer, tablet or mobile phone and click through the schedule links below. We welcome drop-ins on the day, but to make the most of the event and receive more information over email, we recommend you register here.
Guests are welcome to sit back and listen to each presentation and there’s no pressure to speak - but if you would like to ask our friendly hosts a question you can also use the chatbox provided. Alternatively, if you have a topic you would like to discuss one-to-one, please email email@example.com
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Results Day and the run-up is a stressful time for students, so having a basic understanding of the application process is a useful tool for students, parents and carers. We’re here to separate fact from fiction and ensure you leave prepared with a Plan B in case you don't quite receive the results you hoped for.
Join our expert panel of admissions and student support staff as well as our pre-degree academic team in a roundtable discussion about preparing for GCSE results day. Armed with top tips to share, they are here to answer all your questions and ensure you leave feeling ready for results day.
The roundtable discussion will be followed by a Q&A session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and have individual chats.
We can’t wait to welcome you to our next Digital Drop-in. If you're ready to start exploring your future beforehand, check out the content below: