Sup de Pub student Roman Lapacz on studying at Groupe INSEEC London
I’m Roman, a 21 year old Art Direction student currently living in London. I initially came to INSEEC London as a Sup de Pub student taking Art Direction and Creative Thinking, but have since continued my studies at School of Communication Arts 2.0.
At INSEEC London, all the courses attended had the goal of introducing us to a new culture and to to different ways of thinking and communicating.
Discovering a new country and culture is an amazing experience. When everything is new around you, you get this awesome feeling of excitement and inspires you in your everyday life. And I think it’s the kind of adventure every creative individual should be looking for.
What was great about the Art Direction and Creative Thinking programme is that we had a good variety of professional practitioners as mentors, lecturers and guest lecturers who gave great career advice and shared their experiences with us. This helped me to understand how much I could learn from this big world around me and what professional opportunities there were for me here in London. Inspiration is everywhere, and the more you open your mind to different things, the better you will become at coming up with new ideas.
It was as part of my programme that I was introduced to School of Communication Arts 2.0. It’s a school without being one and it literally teaches creativity. It’s a place full of amazing people, whether students or mentors, where you discover and learns the best creatives techniques in the world. The school opens your mind to extraordinary new concepts and interesting challenges.
I would recommend the ADCT programme to any student who is ready to give it all and who has passion, who is open minded enought to restart all his learning to zero and is ready to push further than what is expected of them.
There are tons of things I would like to tell a new Sup de Pub student coming to London, but if there is one thing that they should keep in mind above all it’s : Don’t be lazy.
The world is full of amazing opportunities, and sometimes you have to push yourself to your deepest limits to get them, but it’s always worth it. As John Hegarty says, “Do interesting things and interesting things will happen to you.”