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.
Textiles Graduate designs stroller for Mamas and Papas
On site agency, Crowd have been working with students from across the AUB to win several awards for innovative communication work.
From creating layers of Cinderella's ballgown for Disney, to BAFTA winning alumni - read some of our favourite stories from our creative community in 2014.
Arts University Bournemouth’s prospectus wins Gold European Marketing Excellence Award alongside Adidas, MTV, Volvo, Heineken and Sky.
Elegance Fabrication and Locus makes… Arpeggios Create Archipelagos
MUSIC ARCHITECTURE POOLE EXHIBITION AT LIGHTHOUSE
Lucy Anderson, Kim Pickering, Naomi Bonner, Grace Cheetham and Michaela Kimber all worked on the film.
BA (Hons) Architecture student Faris Ihsan has created an ‘Arish Hut’ on the AUB Campus.
The Arish is used as houses for the Bedouins (people of the desert) in Oman at the Wahiba Sands, in the Sharqiya Region. The Arish is made from the harvest of palm leafs.
Karrott Animation, set up by Animation Alumni Jamie Badminton, Tim O’Sullivan (2002) and Sarah Gomes Harris (2006) have won a BAFTA for their animated Cbeebies series ‘Sarah and Duck’.
On Nov 14th the top 25 short-listed entrants in Smint’s ‘Design our Cover‘ competition attended a private view where they saw their designs on show to industry professionals, journalists, judges and retail buyers at The Deck, The National Theatre, London.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design student Mike Smith has won a competition to design a poster for a ‘United Nations’ sponsored ‘World Toilet day’ for Pump Aid.
Pump Aid’s current programmes are improving access to safe, sustainable water for rural households in Malawi. Through partnership with communities they also safeguard health through better hygiene and sanitation practises and support entrepreneurial approaches to water supply, helping them to move beyond water and achieve lasting empowerment and sustainability.
At AUB, we like to see things differently, to look at the world from different angles, to ask, “what happens, if?”
A year since its launch on November 5th, what happened was a feature on the App Store’s front page, over 60,000 downloads on almost every continent, and even a talk at Apple!