Interactive design school Hyper Island is opening the doors to prospective students on Thursday, March 8th between 17:30 and 19:00.
Anyone interested in their programmes and wanting to know more, plus the opportunity meet students and staff on site (and of course happens to be in Stockholm on March 8th) can drop by the school at Tellusgången 5 in Hägersten on the outskirts of the city.
Hyper Island started out as a small school in Karlskrona, Sweden in 1996, and now has facilities in Stockholm, London, Manchester and New York.
Their ‘Hyper Island way’ philosophy guides all their teaching work, which centers around interactive design and associated business subjects with real life applications, or as the description of their vision on the homepage reads: “We believe that the learning experience requires the learning environment to mirror life in the workplace. Real briefs, real clients, real projects and interaction with professionals who lead in their field is essential to this.”
For more info check the Hyper Island website.
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