Creative Workshop with International School of Creative Arts

Creative Workshop with International School of Creative Arts

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Mon 18 Nov 2019, 6 – 8.30 pm
Classroom 5, British Council
20 Thuy Khue, Hanoi

From The British Council:

The British Council would like to invite high school students who are interested in studying art and design studies in the UK to the creative workshop delivered by Mr Colin Kerrigan, Executive Director from International School of Creative Arts (ISCA).

With the theme “If Vietnam were a brand, how would you portray it?”, the workshop will give the participants direct experience of working within a design team and developing a concept from initial idea through to final outcome. Besides, Mr Colin Kerrigan will also brief about ISCA and its unique teaching methodology.

About International School of Creative Arts

Established in 2009, in association with University of the Arts London (UAL), International School of Creative Arts (ISCA) is now a fully independent boarding school for pre-university study in art and design. By perfecting the art of portfolio preparation, ISCA has achieved 98 per cent success in student progression to leading art & design universities around the world.
Students’ progression

At ISCA we are proud of our success of 98% student progression to leading art and design universities around the world. We firmly believe that our commitment to providing individual support to students in the preparation of their portfolio, enables them to make the strongest application to the most prestigious courses. Our students have graduated to courses at institutions including:
• Central Saint Martins
• London College of Communication
• London College of Fashion
• Wimbledon College of Arts
• Camberwell College of Arts
• Parsons Paris and New York
• Architectural Association
• University of Westminster
• Kingston University
• Goldsmiths, University of London

Situated in over 20 acres of beautiful rural grounds in Buckinghamshire, our facilities include an indoor swimming pool, new sports hall, tennis courts and football pitches.

Boarders have their own comfortable single room with en suite facilities, as well as a study area and plenty of storage. A weekly cleaning service is provided. Laundry facilities and kitchenette are located on each floor.
The school environment is monitored at all times by experienced House Masters and House Mothers.

Outside of the classroom and studios, many sporting and cultural activities are organised to enrich the boarding experience and foster a strong community spirit.

Courses include:
A Levels (2 Years)
Portfolio Programme (1 Year)
Preliminary Progamme (2 Terms)
Summer School (3 / 2 weeks)

Register here.

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