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BA(Hons) Graphic Design – L2 Amsterdam Study Trip 2017 BALANCE

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BA(Hons) Graphic Design – L2 Amsterdam Study Trip BALANCE
Sunday 22 October - Thursday 26 October 2017
£232 balance


Detailed Description

This balance payment is for those who have already paid their £200 deposit for the Amsterdam study trip.  Please do not pay this if you have not already paid the balance as you will be unable to come on the trip.


This is the final balance (£232) for the Amsterdam study trip and MUST be paid 10am by Friday 26 May 2017. This will be available to pay from Monday 10 April (at 12pm).

Total cost of the trip per person: £432 (includes flights, accommodation, bus transfers, and entry to The Stedelijk museum)

You should have already paid your £200 deposit payment.

Please note, balances are non-refundable and non-changeable.

Itinerary Details

Saturday 21 October 2017 (06.20 flight from Bristol on Sun 22nd, leaving Falmouth at 23.45 Saturday 21st).

Thursday 26 October 2017 (13.00 flight from Amsterdam, arriving Falmouth late that evening).

Coach transfers to/from airports

Accommodation: 4 nights B&B sharing (individual beds, multi bedded rooms) in a hostel right in the city centre. 4 nights.

Visa and Passports

It is your responsibility to check and obtain the correct visa if needed, and ensure you have a valid passport for the time of travel. Please obtain and bring with you your European Health Insurance card if you are a EU citizen.

Additional Costs

Food and drink

Travel visas and passports

Hotel security deposit

Any public transport costs within Amsterdam (trams etc)

Extra travel insurance may be advisable for any expensive items such at iPad, laptops etc; please check what you are covered with on your Study Link insurance (Ashley can give you this).

Finally, we are excited that you can join us on this trip!  

Amsterdam is the main centre for the Dutch design scene, and the home of many of Europe’s most notable design organisations. Falmouth University has had a successful and long established working relationship with many Dutch firms, some of whom run well organised work-placement schemes. They place emphasis on strong typographic approaches and visual solutions that are often witty and highly original.

Agency visits in the past have included: 

Design Bridge, Lava Amsterdam, Ontwerpwerk, Duel, Underware, Silo, Trapped in Suburbia, Design Bridge, Vandejong, AKQA, Wieden+Kennedy, KesselsKramer, Sid Lee, De Designpolitie.