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.
Andrea Rizzotto, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Andrea is in the final year of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course. In 2017, he won Gold in the ‘Product & Structural Design’ category at the Creative Conscience Awards for his Smart Diabetes Case. The Awards recognises innovative design projects undertaken by students and graduates.
Jacob Sutton, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Jacob Sutton is in the third year of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course. At the 2017 Creative Conscience Awards, he won Silver in the ‘New Technology’ category for his project, Safe Worker. The Creative Conscious Awards recognises innovative design projects produced by students and graduates.
Eilidh Smith, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Eilidh is currently in the final year of her BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree. In 2017, she won Gold in the ‘Film and Photography’ category at the Creative Conscience Awards for her film, Leaving Your Mark. The Creative Conscience Awards recognises innovative design projects by students and graduates.
Phil Christopher, Managing Director of Huff and Puff Construction Limited
Phil and his company are passionate about building with straw bales – a sustainable, natural, and breathable building solution. The straw bale building technique is highly insulating, resulting in buildings that are cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
AUB graduate, Julia Mulders was recently selected to begin work experience at the innovative Heatherwick studio in central London.
Graduating last year, Julia was lucky enough to secure her placement after winning gold at the 2017 Creative Conscience Awards, in which she was recognised for her exemplary work into the alleviation of malnutrition in rural Zambia. Read more on Julia’s win here.
Dominic Latham & Jimmy Edmondson, Co-Founders of Minute Works
Just like AUB Human, Dominic and Jimmy, the Co-Founders of Minute Work, are devoted to ‘positive change’ projects. The forward-thinking Manchester based graphic design studio has worked with the likes of The Green Party and Greenpeace, creating stand-out communications that promote sustainable practice for good causes.
Tom Tapper, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Nice and Serious
Having worked with some of the globe’s biggest brands – IKEA, The Guardian, and WWF included – Tom knows a thing or two about the ever-changing landscape of advertising.
Rebecca Ford, Design Programme Manager at RSA
Founded in 1754 by William Shipley, the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) believe that ‘all human beings have creative capacities’ that can be ‘mobilised to deliver a 21st Century enlightenment’. The RSA uses their prowess to share ideas, carry out research, and build networks and opportunities to enrich society.
Professor Paul Wenham-Clarke, MA Commercial Photography Course Leader, has been featured in The Association of Photographers 50th Anniversary (AOP50) exhibition.
The AOP50 exhibition opened its doors on the 16th April and celebrates work from a selection of the world’s most respected photographers. The display comprises images in the form of portraiture, advertising campaigns, documentary photography and more.
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Radha Datta, was featured in Vogue India this month in response to her eye-opening photography project with non-profit organisation (NGO), Kranti.
Based in Mumbai, Kranti is a NGO shelter that empowers girls from red-light areas to become ‘agents of positive change’, by providing a healing home, education, and personalised opportunities.
In January 2018, 2nd year students from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design, BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Creative Events Management all took part in a 10-hour residency exploring Outdoor Performance in the Landscape.
Led by Lorna Rees, Artistic Director of Goobledegook Theatre, and Heidi Steller, scenographer and print maker, the project encouraged student collaboration and their engagement with the landscape around them.
Following on from last year’s success, the 6th March 2018 saw the AUB Human Symposium return with Innovative Futures.
The inspiring event comprised of workshops and keynote talks from a range of award-winning industry speakers and AUB students, accompanied by a pop-up cinema made from straw bales.