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29.07.20, 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Join our online talk on Late Applications, Student Finance & Accommodation on Wednesday 29 July

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 Undergraduate Digital Drop-in event, taking place from 5-6 pm on Wednesday 29 July 2020 and discover how Plymouth College of Art students are pushing the boundaries in art, design and digital media. 

Our Digital-Drop in 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 talk title below.


It’s not too late to apply for undergraduate study starting in Autumn 2020, with limited places still available on our creative degrees. Come along to a presentation and live Q&A from our Student Recruitment & Admissions team, and find out how to make a late application, secure student finance and confirm your accommodation in good time for an October start. 

Guidance will also be available for mature applicants who may have spent some time away from education and we will be joined by representatives from our Students’ Union and Student Support teams, providing a glimpse into student life in our city-centre campus.



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: