In the past year, Vancouver has seen an uptick in demand for talent within B.C. creative industries.
With the high volume of work opportunities in the arts, now is a great time to start your new career journey at one of the city’s top applied arts and design schools.
Offering more than 30 creative programs, LaSalle College Vancouver is among Canada’s leading creative arts degree granting institutions—where students can hone in their skills and graduate primed and ready to begin their careers in game design and VFX, graphic design, interior design, audio and film, fashion, and culinary arts.
LCV also offers online courses through the school’s e-learning programs, which cover subjects from video game 3D modelling to fashion styling and interior design. Those students interested in earning credits toward a university degree while exploring a broad range of academic concentrations can explore LCV’s associate of arts degree program.
Students will benefit from a private arts education with quality instruction, a vast industry network and newly equipped facilities, as well as gain internationally recognized credentials through LCV’s degree, diploma and certificate programs.
Curious about tapping into your creative potential? Check it all out from the comfort of home at LaSalle College Vancouver’s virtual open house on Sept. 11.
From 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., prospective students can explore the world of creativity offered at LaSalle, with the opportunity to learn all about their different schools and programs, creative career pathways, and cutting-edge online and on-campus facilities. Open house attendees will also have a chance to connect and chat with instructors and the rest of the LaSalle College Vancouver team.
To register for the virtual open house event, visit lasallecollegevancouver.com/events/open-house.
Another reason to consider making LaSalle College Vancouver your arts and design school of choice is that you’ll be first in line when its brand new campus opens up.
Opening in summer 2023, LCV’s new creative and applied arts campus will be located in Vancouver’s Renfrew Village—right next door to its current campus. The new building, which stands tall at seven storeys and has more than 108,000 square feet of space, aims to be a purpose-built education centre where architecture, technology and art merge together.
With state-of-the-art culinary kitchens, maker spaces, a gaming lounge, and a suspended theatre that also serves as a multi-purpose space, this future-focused learning environment will put active learning and social engagement at the forefront.
Even more, in this health-first certified building, students can expect to have access to outdoor space, rooms for physical activity, healthy food options and a meditation garden for a truly mindful on-campus experience.
Languages Across Borders (LAB) Vancouver and LaSalle College Vancouver High School, a unique creative arts centric independent high school, will also call this new building home.
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