LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV) opened its doors in 1998 as an English as second language school (ESL). In 2002 the school began to focus and expand on design-based programs such in Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Artistic Make-up, Interior Design, Jewellery Design, Graphic Design, and 2D/3D Animation as well as on-line training programs in Interior Design, Fashion Marketing, Video Game 3D Modelling, and Administrative Assistant.
On February 1, 2017, LCI Education Network, of which LaSalle College Vancouver(LCV) is a member, acquired The Art Institute of Vancouver an award winning 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, Culinary Arts and just to name a few.
Located in an 80,000 square feet building in beautiful Vancouver, LCV delivers programs with credentials ranging from Bachelor Degrees, Diploma’s and Certificates and has been consistently named one of the top 10 undergraduate schools for video game design by the Princeton Review.
LaSalle College Vancouver prides itself on hands-on delivery and training, and excellent industry-experienced instructors.The goal of LCV is to provide excellence in knowledge building and skill development and to assist its students in achieving their career goals in a professional, stimulating and friendly environment.
LaSalle College Vancouver is is designated by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education of British Columbia and registered with the Ministry of Advanced Education, Student Services Branch. Government funding is available to full-time students who qualify.
Among the many advantages, students are able to enjoy opportunities to study abroad from one week to one semester at a selection of the network’s campuses, including Montreal, Bogota, Istanbul, Jakarta and Barcelona.
LCV is also a member of the LCI Education network composed of 23 campuses in 12 countries.
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