There’s more than one route into studying in our creative community. From Evening & Saturday Courses, to Foundation and BA courses, to research degrees, you’ll find a path through AUB that suits you. Simply select the course level you’d like to study.
HEFCE praised MoDiP for being a museum that makes a unique and significant contribution to national and international research and scholarship, alongside the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge University and the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford University.
Holly Emptage, third-year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design student has taken Short Courses at AUB to help prepare for her degree and enhance her skills from then on in:
At AUB we reflect the evolving nature of the creative industries, so that’s why we’ve introduced three new courses for 2015/16:
Harry Reid, 2013 Acting graduate, will be joining the BBC’s long running soap Eastenders, taking over the role of Ben Mitchell, Phil Mitchell’s son. Harry’s first episodes as Ben can be seen later in the year. Congratulations Harry!
“We are really happy for Harry. He had a real journey while studying on the AUB Acting course and it is so good to see him doing so well. It is such a great role for him!” Doug Cockle, Course Leader.
It’s difficult to get a sense of what actually being on a course at arts school is really like before you get here. But if anyone knows – it is our current students.
So we asked them – students still in their first year, some half way through their time at AUB and some graduating this summer.
The formal ceremony to install Professor Sir Christopher Frayling as the Arts University Bournemouth’s first Chancellor in 125 years took place at St James Church Poole on the 9th April 2014.
Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Stuart Bartholomew, CBE is delighted with the appointment and comments: “The Arts University Bournemouth is honoured to welcome Professor Sir Christopher Frayling as Chancellor. Sir Christopher has had a distinguished career as former Rector of the Royal College of Art and Chair of the Arts Council England. He has been a champion of specialist education in the arts and has done much to promote the relationship between specialist institutions of art and design and the creative industries. The academic community of staff and students look forward to the advocacy which Sir Christopher will provide and which will naturally extend beyond the ceremonial duties he will fulfil.”
We’re really excited about the prospect of you joining our creative community.
We know waiting for interview and results can be a nerve wracking time, so here are a few things you might find useful in the meantime.
As of the 25th September 2013, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has granted Arts University Bournemouth’s new Master of Architecture course RIBA Part 2 Candidate Status. The BA(Hons) Architecture founded in 2007 already carries RIBA Part 1 and both courses already hold Architect Registration Boards Part 1 and Part 2 Prescription respectively.
In the report, RIBA acknowledged:
They are up to 80 metres high, have booms 40 metres long and can lift 70 tons of building materials in a single load.
Three giant tower cranes are set to be landmark features of the Bournemouth skyline as work progresses on new student residences and a multi-storey public car park in Madeira Road.
A number of students from both the Graphic Design and Visual Communication courses at Arts University Bournemouth have been nominated for their work in the prestigious Design and Art Direction (D&AD) New Blood Awards, with winners being announced in early July.
The D&AD New Blood Awards are open to anyone in full or part-time education. Creatives all over the world value the D&AD Student Awards, and winning truly marks the students out as one of the best. The students are given real briefs set by real clients, which are then judged by representatives of the brand and top creatives.
Four creative industry specialists Pete Fowler, Mat Hunter, Dave Alex Riddett and Nick Dudman will be celebrating alongside the students, after receiving Honorary Fellowships for their...
Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is quite literally ‘getting on its bike’, with the delivery of a custom made bicycle from Boscombe Bike Club, a group of AUB students who are dedicated to the upcycling and refurbishing of unwanted bicycles to turn them into a working piece of cool visual art.