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AUB celebrates 98% graduate employment rate – a result which puts AUB joint top of any English University, according to results released in the DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) Survey last week.
AUB has the joint highest graduate employment rate of any English University, achieving the rate of 98% employability in the Survey, which reviews the destination of graduates six months after they have left the institution.
The second year students, Leah Darrington, Kyle Mercer and Fin McRuvie, will work on Michael Bay’s Transformers 5.
Arts University Bournemouth is pleased to sponsor Song and Dance, a live performance by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO).
The performance features the music of Adams, Rachmaninov, Bernstein and Gershwin and took place on Wednesday 22 March at Lighthouse Poole.
This Founders Day, we look back on the redesign that four BA (Hons) Fashion students led in 2014 to create a new Guides uniform.
Recognising AUB’s commitment to promoting body confidence and challenging beauty stereotypes, students from BA (Hons) Fashion were chosen by Girlguiding to lead the redesign, which is now worn by thousands of Guides across the UK.
Ece designed the wallpaper as part of the Architectural Research Methodologies unit.
Katie Thomas studied both BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design and a Masters in Architecture: Spatial Practices at AUB. Last year she teamed up with AFC Bournemouth Footballer, Tyrone Mings, to start up KTM Design Studio.
She talks about how their Interior Design and Architecture company, which specialises in high-quality commercial and residential design, has developed over the past year.
After studying for a foundation diploma at AUB, Emma Caswell graduated from BA (Hons) Illustration in 2015.
She now works as junior gifts designer for Lush, tasked with creating the packing for some of the world’s most ethical and innovative cosmetics.
BA (Hons) Fine Art alumnus and former Student Union President Dan Broadbent isn’t afraid of a challenge. In 2015, he curated Bournemouth’s second Emerging Arts Fringe festival. He explains how he showcased almost 500 artists through 150 different events.
Liv and Dom Cave-Sutherland graduated from BA (Hons) Illustration in 2015. They have since established an international craft brand under the name Liv & Dom, creating and selling quirky (and mainly nude) characters.
They explain what it’s like to build a brand and work together as identical twins.
Mitch Payne studied FdA Commercial Photography at AUB, and has since gone on to create work for brands internationally renowned brands.
He talks about working on campaigns for the likes of Nike and Grey Goose.
Produced by Lupus Films, the film is based on celebrated author Raymond Briggs’s graphic novel memoir about his parents.
Our visiting course tutor A. Richard Allen has made it through to the finals of the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year.
We’re very proud to see Richard selected as one of the final three contestants of this nationally televised competition. If you would like to see how he does in the final competition, the show will air Tuesday 29 November, 8pm on Sky Arts.