BA (Hons) Illustration Stage 2/3 Direct Entry Induction Information

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Monday 16th September 2019

09:00–10:00: Registration - Programme Administration Staff - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 2, Rooms 206 – 207

10.00–11.00: Library Introduction - Amanda Russell - Roland Levinsky Building, Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 2

11:30–12:00: Careers Service - Annette Daly - Roland Levinsky Building Building, Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 2

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch

13:00–13:30: Welcome by the Dean of Faculty and Head of School - Dafydd Moore & Chris Bennewith - Roland Levinsky Building, Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 2

13:30–14:30: Meet Mike - Roland Levinsky Building, Room 111

14:30–16:00: Welcome to Illustration (and Student Handbook) - Babbage Building, Floor 4, Room 411


Tuesday 17th September 2019

10:00–11:00: Studio Familiarisation Tour - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 1, Room 111

11:00–11:30: Q&A - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 1, Room 111

12:00–12:30: Meet 3 Students - Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 1, Room 110

12:30 - 13:00: Lunch

13:00 - 14:00: Silkscreen Print introduction, Scott Building, Room 002

14:00 - 14:45: Stage 3 - What to expect Q&A, Roland Levinsky Building, Floor 1, Room 110

15:00 - 16:00: Relief Print introduction, Scott Building, Room 010

Thursday 19th September 2019

11:00 - 17:00 Relief Print group 1, Scott Building, Room 010

19:15–21:45: Faculty of Arts & Humanities Welcome Party - Graduation  Marquee, Plymouth Hoe


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