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-foot building in beautiful Vancouver, LCV delivers programs with credentials ranging from Bachelor Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates and has been consistently named the top undergraduate school in Canada for video game design by the Princeton Review.
LaSalle College Vancouver prides itself on small class size, a friendly environment, hands-on delivery, 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.
A creative education at LaSalle College Vancouver is as rigorous and demanding as the real world of creativity. Your home away from the classroom should be a space where you can both do coursework and enjoy the company of your fellow students.
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Whether you are looking to obtain the necessary skills to enter the job market or exploring a second career path, our programs will prepare you for the challenge.
At LaSalle College Vancouver, you will benefit from a private education that exceeds the public sector’s standards, in terms of the quality of our professors, our industry network, and our newly equipped facilities.
At LaSalle College Vancouver, your instructors will do everything they can to help you build the marketable skills and mental toughness to compete in the real world. But the support doesn’t end there. Our Career Services team offers a bundle of valuable resources to help you plan and launch your professional future.
We’re all about helping connect you to a creative career where you do what you love. And a big part of that is connecting you with new people and places, and gathering new experiences outside the classroom. We’re here to help you explore the campus and the city, and get involved in organizations, clubs and activities, on and off campus. Because all those experiences enrich not only your life, but your creativity.
LaSalle College Vancouver's Department of Student Services is committed to providing comprehensive student services that promotes student engagement, growth, and development for all students. Student Services does this by providing coordinated, intentional services that supports all of our students' individual academic and personal development.
The Art Institutes is a system of over 50 schools throughout North America. Programs, credential levels, technology, and scheduling options vary by school and are subject to change. Not all online programs are available to residents of all U.S. states. Several institutions included in The Art Institutes system are campuses of South University or Argosy University.
LaSalle College Vancouver is proud to host students from around the world who have chosen to study here. If you are from another country, you are likely to have concerns about making a successful transition into a new culture. Many of your questions can be answered by the Student Services Department, which is available to help ensure a successful experience at LaSalle College Vancouver by assisting with housing, medical insurance, and campus resources. International students will find opportunities to take part in social activities with other international students and Canadian students as well. International students will find many opportunities to learn about Canadian culture and Canadian students have much to gain by getting to know international students and the cultures they bring with them.
Academic advising is provided by Academic Advisors, Faculty, Program Directors, and the Chief Academic Officer. Students have access to advising services throughout their program of study. Advising services may be provided on an individual or small group basis, or even in a workshop setting, to help students manage their academic experience such as course registration, program progression and advice on available academic supports.