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Get to Know More About LaSalle College Vancouver

Get to Know More About LaSalle College Vancouver

LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV) is located in Vancouver and offers more than 30 innovative courses. The goal of LCV is to provide high-quality education and develop students’ creativity. LCV allows students to work on creative research, and also provides students with daily opportunities to develop their academic and personal skills. The school offers a range of applied arts courses in different fields, such as film visual effects and television, video game programming, digital film and video, game art and design, graphic design, interior design, fashion, and culinary arts. These courses help students build a career foundation that will benefit them. 

Why Choose LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV)?

LaSalle College in Vancouver offers bachelor’s degrees, diplomas and certificates. The school is consistently ranked as the top undergraduate school for video game design in Canada by The Princeton Review. LCV has eight schools which include Game Design & VFX, Graphic Design, Interior Design, E-Learning, Audio & Film, Fashion, Culinary, and Associate of Arts.


  • Small class sizes: about 15 people per classes
  • Opportunities for multi-project interdisciplinary collaboration on campus
  • Focus on Environmental Sustainability
  • The college collaborates with the local industry and keeps up with the latest developments in the industry
  • Overseas study and exchange opportunities
  • Three-year post-graduation work permit after graduation

New Programs

Associate of Arts Degree

LaSalle College Vancouver opened a new school this year offering an Associate of Arts degree program. Associate degrees are a dynamic way to earn college degree credit while exploring student interests and gaining a knowledge foundation.


  • A 60-credit course can be completed in 12 months (Earliest)
  • Four admissions a year: January, April, July and October
  • After graduation, students can apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)
  • With affordable tuition fees and high bursary, students can get a bursary of about 18,000 Canadian dollars, and it only takes 15,000 Canadian dollars to complete the entire course

How do you know if you are eligible for a bursary?


Take at least four courses (12 credits) and a GPA of 2.4 or above each semester

Admission Requirements

  • High school graduate; or at least 19 years old
  • English requirements (IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL iBT 80/
  • PTE-A 58 (with a minimum of 74 in writing)
  • Interview
  • Short essay (minimum 250 words, required for bursary applicants)

Recommended Programs

Bachelor of Applied Design in Interior Design

The School of Interior Design at LaSalle College in Vancouver offers students the opportunity to inspire and transform their passions into the future. They employ the small-class teaching approach for students to obtain practical skills that will last a lifetime.

Teachers are experts from different industries and can guide students through all aspects of interior design – space, light, form, pattern, colour, line and texture, for residential or commercial design. This allows students to graduate from the program with a solid understanding of the rigorous industry requirements associated with interior design, providing a solid foundation for their careers.

Bachelor of Design in Fashion Design

LaSalle College Vancouver is one of the few schools in Canada that offers a Bachelor of Fashion Design. The school provides students with the ability to translate design concepts into marketable clothing and accessories, develop clothing for film and television, gain practical work experience, and sustainable and business knowledge in the fashion industry.

The design component of the program helps students develop apparel making and design skills, including tailoring, graphic pattern drawing and draping, computer pattern drawing and grading, providing a solid foundation in the foundations of apparel engineering. Additionally, marketing courses enable students to develop, analyze, and implement effective marketing strategies.


  • Opportunity to attend fashion shows and photo shoots
  • Hands-on learning experiences with lecturers
  • Gain guidance from faculty with extensive industry experience
  • Learn about current industry technologies
  • Develop your design portfolio
  • Final Year Internship (The goal of the internship is to combine learning with real-life experience in the fashion or creative industries to develop a professional and autonomous talent who is fashion-savvy and capable of entering the fashion field.)

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