Campus Experience Day
Before you decide where you would like to study and what course is right for you, it’s helpful to attend an event and speak to real staff and students about your options. 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.
Taking place from 1.30-4.30pm on Wednesday 11 November 2020, our in-person Campus Experience Days are a chance for you to get a feel for life at a university-sector independent art school and chat to our real staff and students about courses, admissions processes and support services.
We welcome drop-ins, but spaces are limited, so to ensure you can make the most of the event and receive more information over email, we recommend booking your place in advance.
We can’t wait to welcome you on campus, please remember to book your place here in advance. If you are a parent, carer or guardian attending on behalf of your child, please use the same booking form.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The day will involve a tour of our facilities with demonstrations in our workshops from our expert technical staff followed by a course overview talk led by our lead academics. There will then be the opportunity for one-to-one chats with our academic, admissions and student support staff as well the chance to find out what student life is like from the people who know us best —our current students!
13.30 | Campus Tour with Workshop Demonstrations
14.45 | Courses Overview Talk
15.30 | Individual one-to-one chats with academics, students and admissions staff about the following topics:
- Course Information
- Student Life
- Accommodation (tours will be available on request)
- Portfolio Reviews
- Application Process
- Fees and Funding
Extensive measures have been introduced across each Plymouth College of Art building to prepare for reopening. When you arrive for your tour we will take your temperature using a scanner and ask for some basic contact details to support the Local Authority and Public Health England’s Track and Trace initiative. From protective plastic barriers and 2-metre distances between workstations to one way systems and sanitising stations - find out how we are protecting the safety of staff, students and the public.