Online Open Event
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 and Postgraduate Online Open Event, taking place from 4-5.30pm on Wednesday 4 November 2020 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 booking your place in advance. 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
To join the talk simply set up your computer, tablet or mobile phone and click through the link provided over email. The talk titles listed in the Event Schedule drop-down below will also become live links on the event date.
For alternative formats and more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Online Open Event will include the talks below. Click the talk title to open the video room and type the password "PCA 2020" when prompted.
16.00 - 16.10 | Welcome talk
16:10-17:30 | Course Presentations
Join our panel of lead academics for an overview of studying at Plymouth College of Art, the application process, and the opportunities of studying within an active, cross-disciplinary community of thinkers and makers. This is your chance to chat live with staff about the courses you are interested in and to get help in making the right choices for you. There will be separate presentations running for Postgraduate and Undergraduate.