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AUB’s significant involvement with industry is celebrated in the latest Tech Nation report for 2018.
The in-depth report, released on 17 May 2018, is part of a ground-breaking annual series that evaluates digital tech activity from all over the country and makes data comparisons.
Five third year BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production students are currently undertaking a rare opportunity in an extended professional placement with Outpost VFX in Bournemouth,...
Earlier this year AUB ran its annual project: AUB24, with this year's client, Bestival.
Based on Eva O’Connor’s award-winning play, Overshadowed aired on BBC1 this month and tells the story of a young Irish vlogger called Imogene whose life spirals out of control.
Caitlin Innes Edwardes graduated from BA (Hons) Acting in 2010.
Since graduating Caitlin has played a number of roles in TV, starring in Casualty, Doctors, and a role in the movie Mad to be Normal.
BA (Hons) Fashion Lecturer, Elena Crehan, joined Katharine Saunders from Southampton Solent and presenter, Sasha Twining, on BBC Radio Solent to discuss attitudes to using fur in fashion.
The piece followed Gucci’s announcement yesterday that the brand would be dropping fur from their new collection, replacing the items with synthetic replacements. The decision has been described as a ‘game changer’ in the industry.
Earlier this year BA (Hons) Graphic Design students had the opportunity of showing their work to industry professionals at a Network Event held at AUB.
Following Lord Norman Foster’s visit to AUB earlier this year, where he commissioned students to reconstruct the Reichstag dome, AUB’s BA (Hons) Modelmaking students and staff were invited to attend the official and inspiring launch of the Norman Foster Foundation this summer in Madrid.
The forum questioned preconceived ideas about the future of our cities through discussions and debates. Lord Norman Foster said: “I believe that cities can change the world for good. They are doing so. Cities are the future now.”
AUB has submitted planning for a new state-of-the-art Innovation Studio to help support and develop the digital and creative industries.
AUB Industry introduced their first in a series of workshops to offer participants the opportunity to use campus workshop facilities and learn a new skill.
AUB industry work to promote and facilitate AUB led programmes that support local industry, as well as student employability and entrepreneurship. The outreach programmes encompass a range of activities, from research and innovation match-funding, industry access to an array of creative, digital and maker studios, as well as project collaboration with staff and student groups.
Arts University Bournemouth is delighted to announce its commitment to never invest in fossil fuels.
This commitment is part of a global effort, led by the NUS Divest-Invest campaign, to encourage all UK universities and colleges to move investment into renewable energy providers.
'The Greatest Adventure of All' tells the story of an aspiring female astronaut who is seriously ill. In an advertisement for the British charity Rays of Sunshine, students wanted to convey...