Year 12 Specialist Summer School will run from Monday 01 to Thursday 04 July and aims to encourage those students who can benefit most from what we have to offer, whatever their background, to apply to further and higher arts education.
WHAT DO STUDENTS DO DURING YEAR 12 SUMMER SCHOOL?
This free, four-day, non-residential activity is designed to give students a taster of studying their chosen subject at further or higher education level.
Sessions allow them to develop specialist learning, team building, problem-solving and communication skills. Students can choose from the following subjects:
- Fine Art
- Fashion Branding & Communication
- Art & Design History
WHEN IS YEAR 12 SUMMER SCHOOL?
This activity will take place on 01, 02, 03 and 04 July 2019.
WHERE IS YEAR 12 SUMMER SCHOOL?
Year 12 Summer School takes place on our campus located at Wallisdown on the border between Bournemouth and Poole. The campus offers a series of modern, purpose built studios, workrooms and teaching areas.
The workshops and studios are well equipped to the latest in industry standards and the University offers an enviable provision of specialist computer equipment.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER STUDENTS HAVE APPLIED?
Once all applications have been received, we will let students know whether they have a place or not via email or letter.
WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF GETTING A PLACE ON THE YEAR 12 SUMMER SCHOOL?
Places are limited so please be aware that applying for Year 12 Summer School does not guarantee anyone a place. Where possible, we try to allocate places for those who have a creative passion and who have the capacity to benefit most from the activity.
Teachers will also be told if students are on the reserve list and we will contact schools if a place becomes available.
WHAT IS ARTS UNIVERSITY BOURNEMOUTH LIKE?
AUB is one of the most successful higher education specialists, with an excellent national and international reputation, committed to providing the highest quality, industry relevant creative degrees.
We offer 23 degrees in art, design, media, performance and architecture, as well as a range of short courses, a unique postgraduate programme and bespoke services to business.
The University is committed to encouraging applications from those who have the potential to succeed in higher education, but who may face personal or institutional barriers.
Applications for Year 12 Summer School should be received by Friday 17 May 2019.
What students said – Year 12 Summer School 2018