Greenwich Set For Summer Open Day With School Of Design Showcase
On Saturday 29 June the University of Greenwich is throwing open its doors to prospective students for its summer open day.
Potential students and their families will be able to find out what’s on offer at the university, as well as at each of the three campuses in Greenwich, Avery Hill and Medway. There will be accommodation and campus tours, subject talks and tips on applying to university, plus info on degree funding and applying through clearing.
It’s a chance to explore the history of the iconic campuses and chat to current students and staff to get a feel for what student life is really like.
As well as the open day activities, the School of Design’s end of year exhibition showcases will be on display in the university’s Stockwell Street Building in Greenwich.
Featuring showcases from 3rd year students across the School, projects utilising sculpture, virtual reality, gaming, audio-visual work and more will be on display for potential students, their parents and the public to admire.
Fontane Ly, a final year Animation student said: “I couldn’t have picked a better university than Greenwich. The course and lecturers have guided me on the fundamental techniques and programs that are needed to be a 3D digital designer and allowed me to learn new ideas and skills such as working with augmented reality.
“The final year show really gave me the opportunity to mould my project into something that could be used within my course, as well as being able to focus on my interests and create an installation based on them.”
You can find out more about the upcoming university Open Day here.
Fontane Ly’s project, titled “The Kindred Yokai”, will be on display at the university as part of the School of Design’s end of year exhibition until 30 June.