The History of Lasalle College Of Arts
LASALLE College of the Arts (informally LASALLE) is a public post-secondary arts and design institution in Singapore. Founded in 1984, LASALLE boasts eight art and design schools that offer more than 30 diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in contemporary arts and design education. LASALLE's bachelor's and master's degrees are validated by Goldsmiths College, University of London, one of the leading universities in the world for arts and humanities.
Has eight art and design schools that offer more than 30 diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in contemporary arts and design education. LASALLE’s bachelor’s and master’s degrees are validated by Goldsmiths College, University of London, one of the top universities in the world for Arts and Humanities.
Life in Lasalle College Of Arts
The McNally Campus is located in the Rochor area of Singapore, which is part of Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority zoning of an Arts, Culture, Learning and Entertainment hub.The campus offers 1,500 square metres of contemporary art exhibition and gallery spaces, and is also equipped with the region's first Theatre and Art Production Workshop for the construction of full-scale stage sets. It also has a variety of facilities that are accessible to students, including 10 computer labs, 6 classrooms, 3 lecture theatres, and 56 studios.
LASALLE is Singapore’s first local homegrown institution to be awarded the EduTrust Star, a certification that acknowledges LASALLE’s “quality education services”.
LASALLE offers multiple scholarships to eligible students. Eligible students are able to receive grants and subsidised tuition fees. LASALLE students, from Diploma, BA(Hons), and postgraduate programmes may also apply for externally sponsored scholarships.
Various LASALLE alumni, also known as A-Luminaries, that are recognised as notable professionals in the arts and design industries include: Kit Chan, singer and actress, Amanda Heng, international arts practitioner, Nic Wong, designer for local labels 'Saturday' and ‘Cruise’, Yuni Hadi, executive director of SGIFF and co-producer of Ilo Ilo, Boo Junfeng, filmmaker, Manuela Bruntraeger, Miss Singapore Universe 2017, Tay Bee Aye, multi-disciplinary visual artist, Marcus Tay, singer, runner-up of SPOP Sing!