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A global community of educators, school counsellors, and creative practitioners.
With students from over 60 countries, our creative community thrives on its diversity. We're proud to work with schools and colleges across the world to champion creativity and encourage the innovative thinkers and makers of the future.
Our aim is to support your work as teachers and advisors providing information and resources to encourage your students to engage with creative arts and explore the opportunities available to them in arts higher education.
Creative workshops and resources
We offer a varied schedule of events throughout the academic year to schools and colleges across the globe.
We facilitate virtual creative workshops, informative presentations and school talks which can be tailored for either virtual or face-to-face visits. We also have representation at most careers or Higher Education fairs.
Take a look at the resources we offer worldwide. If there's an activity or event you wish to discuss or book, get in touch with us.
Presentations and talks
Our global schools team deliver engaging, interactive talks and presentations to students on a variety of topics about university choices, creative careers and life at university. These can be hosted virtually or where possible, delivered in person.
This presentation will cover qualifications, English language and entry requirements.
Students are able to book an online one-to-one session with Sarah Charles, our Academic Senior Advisor, who works with students and schools all over the world, giving feedback and support to students on their art portfolios and university applications. Sessions can be booked directly with Sarah by filling an online form.
Personal statements are a crucial part of applying to Higher Education.
We’ll show your students how to shine in a personal statement for creative subjects and take them through the first steps of drafting their own personal statement in this interactive presentation.
How do you know which institution – and which course – is right for you? This talk will help your students navigate the options available to them and provide them with resources, tools and tips to make confident and well-informed choices about their next steps.
It can be hard to imagine what life at university will really be like. In this talk, we’ll cover everything students need to know about how to prepare for this next stage of their life and what to expect when they get there.
This presentation introduces Arts University Bournemouth and our range of specialist creative courses as well as an insight into life as a university student at a creative arts institution.
Besides nurturing a talent and refining a craft, creative degrees can equip students with a diverse and well-rounded skill set that leads to an exciting future. This talk will uncover the many benefits of studying a creative subject at university and help students discover the options available to contribute their creative studies into Higher Education.
Artists and makers are fundamental to creating so many aspects of our society – some a little more surprising than others. Your students will learn about the many exciting career pathways within the creative industries and how they could turn their creative talent into a rewarding career.
School, university and career events
Our Global Schools team has in-country representatives and members of our academic staff who regularly present and engage with school communities throughout the year, both in-person and virtually.
We always welcome invitations to attend Higher Education Fairs, Careers Fairs and information evenings at schools and colleges. If you have an upcoming event, get in touch to let us know.
Our global schools team is made up of a variety of highly experienced individuals with backgrounds in international education and creative arts practice, each with a passion for creative education and encouraging young people into the arts.
To get in touch with the team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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