Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:52 am Post subject: Get creative at UIC
Get creative at UIC
Released on: January 30, 2012, 12:02 am
There are many choices to be made when it comes to studying, and it can be difficult choosing which direction you want your life to go in.
For those who want to progress with languages as well as explore their creative sides, UIC London is offering short courses in art at Central Saint Martins on top of its regular language courses.
It is extremely important to make space for some creativity in your life. Research has shown that being creative can improve your mood, self-esteem and social skills, among other things. This can be particularly important if you are studying something academic that perhaps lacks much in the way of art and creativity.
UIC London understands the importance of art and adding different skills to your repertoire, and for this reason it is offering a number of different courses at Central Saint Martins college alongside its language classes. Students can embark on short courses in design, photography, web design and other artistic fields. This can be a great way of furthering your career prospects and adding some creativity to your life.
Central Saint Martins is arguably the most well-regarded art school in the country, and possibly the world. The list of former students includes hundreds of artists, performers and other creative talents. The special chance to take a course at the college is not one to be turned down.
If you want to take a course in Chinese while improving your web design skills, take a class in Italian and get to grips with photography, or study design and learn German London is a fantastic place to do so. Many students from around the world living here help to make it a melting pot of cultures and languages. It is also home to some of the most important art galleries and studios on the planet.
If you like the sound of the courses in languages and art offered at UIC London, all you need to do is get in touch and you could soon be improving your life and prospects in both areas.
UIC was founded in 1997 and gained British Council accreditation in 1999. UIC was founded on simple principles, which have always been maintained. The school wants its language classes to be serious, so you get the most from them, but they also want them to be fun and enjoyable – they know that way you learn more.
Contact Details: uiclondon.com/
Language House, 76-78 Mortimer Street
Tel. +44 (0) 020 7079 3333
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