26th October 2001
Students hoping to enrol on courses at the Hull School of Art and Design and the Hull School of Architecture will learn about £4 million investment plans at an open day next week.
The open day on Wednesday 31st October at the University of Lincoln’s George Street campus will highlight the university’s plans for development in the city and will give students wishing to study the following courses an insight into university life:
Animation Interactive Multimedia
Architecture Interior Design
Fine Art Museum & Exhibition Design
Graphic Design Television & Film Design
“The university revealed its plans for the city earlier this month so the open day is a great opportunity to tell students what we are doing,” commented education liaison officer Karen Raynes.
Students will be able to hear a wide range of talks about their chosen subjects, accommodation, university life and funding your degree as well as to hear about investment plans which will include a new learning resource centre, lecture theatres, workshop space and new refectory.
Other improvements could include a street café, an external sculpture court and an art shop and other retail outlets, all of which will underpin the university’s plan to consolidate its Hull-based academic activities (city centre and Cottingham Road) on its city centre campus.
The open day begins at 10.30am at the George Street campus. To find out more and to see a timetable view the university’s website:
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For more information contact: Jez Ashberry,
University of Lincoln
Tel: 01522 886042
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