LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV) is a boutique-design school offering applied arts programs that help graduates build rewarding, lifelong careers. With more than 30 programs, the institution is a place where creativity runs free. LaSalle College Vancouver delivers programs with credentials ranging from Bachelor Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates and has been consistently names the top undergraduate school in Canada for video game design by the Princeton Review.
On February 1, 2017, LCI Education Network, of which LaSalle College Vancouver is a member, acquired The Art Institute of Vancouver an award winnin higher education provider offering an array of exciting applied arts programs in diverse fields such as VFX for Film and Television, Video Game Programming, Digital Film & Video, Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Fashion, and Culinary Arts just to name a few.
LaSalle College Vancouver is proud to announce that it will be moving into a new purpose-built education centre that puts technology, active learning, and social engagement at the forefront. It will be 7 stories with over 108,000 square feet, is located next to the current campus and is set to open in the summer of 2023. The building will have access to outdoor space, rooms for physical activity, healthy food options and a meditation area. It will also house a state of the art Culinary kitchens, several makerspaces, a gaming lounge, and even a Suspended theatre that will service as a multi-purpose space.
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