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Since 1883 creative teaching and learning has been at the heart of AUB. We're dedicated to supporting schools and helping students make decisions about their future.
Our passionate schools' team runs workshops and delivers talks throughout the year, covering topics from the diversity of the creative industries to what it's like to study a creative subject.
Whether you have students that know who they want to be or students that are still working it out, we have a route to the creative industries to suit everyone's personal journey.
If you'd like to hear more about what we can offer you and your students, sign up to our monthly newsletter below. If you'd like a taster of what we send out, take a look at our previous editions in the downloads section.
How can we help?
We offer a variety of resources to use in the classroom – take a look through our workshop options, portfolio guidelines and our newly launched 'I Can't Draw' project.
As part of our Access and Participation programme, we aim to ensure that those with the potential to benefit from higher education have the opportunity to do so, whatever their background. To do this, we've developed an extensive outreach programme which can be tailored to meet the needs of the learners in each school and college.
We have a range of workshops and resources that can support your students online and in the classroom
I Can’t Draw invites us to re-connect with our inbuilt ability to express ourselves and communicate through the making of marks
TheGallery offer a diverse program of activities for schools that offer young people the unique opportunity to engage with AUB's TheGallery
Portfolios should show examples of your work – both finished and work in progress – that demonstrate your interests and skills
AUB aim to ensure that all those with the potential to benefit from higher education have the opportunity
AUB is committed to providing support for young people leaving care who wish to study at the university
We offer activities and opportunities to help those from under-represented groups to raise their awareness of the creative industries
Get inspired with a range of exciting work
Explore our community of artists through our online Summer Shows. You can see work from students across a range of levels from our Summer School to Foundation and Undergraduate to Postgraduate study.
Check out the creative artwork from our Year 12 Art Summer School students that were inspired by resources and virtual workshops!
Our Summer Shows provides an exciting opportunity for graduating students to showcase their final project work to the public
Take a look at some of our recent collaborative projects with external partners and businesses
"Activities like this gives the students a sense of belonging within their group setting. Our partnership with AUB is invaluable; our students have an ever-increasing awareness of the University and what it affords them. We shall most certainly continue to work alongside AUB and take up all opportunities on offer, as well as visiting the forthcoming Summer Shows! Thanks again for all your support!"
As soon as we can open our campus to the public, we'd love to see you.
In a normal year, we run Open Days on campus and attend UCAS events across the country.
We're also on hand if your school or college is hosting a careers fairs. We like to support these events whenever we can, by hosting an exhibition stand. If you're hosting a careers fair, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't forget to check out TheGallery and our museum, MoDiP.
Interested in AUB? Come visit our campus on one of our Open Days
AUB attend UCAS events all over the country, come see us
Our in-house gallery, TheGallery, is a major resource for contemporary art and design in the South of England
MoDiP is the UK's leading resource for the study and interpretation of design in plastics and specialist research resource