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Arts and Culture

Our courses across the arts, humanities and cultural industries are informed by our industry partners and delivered by dedicated staff. Supporting you to explore your specialist interest, we’ll help you develop the skill-set all employers are looking for.

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  • Student satisfaction icon96% student satisfaction rate for Arts and Culture in latest National Student Survey, published August 2016.
  • Icon for achievement91% of graduates in work or further study six months after graduation according to the HESA survey 2016.
  • Student satisfaction icon Strong collaborations with MShed, Bristol Museums, galleries and archives and Bristol Festival of Ideas.
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    Practical opportunities

    A practice-led curriculum means you get access to the right opportunities including:

    • Involvement in cultural events across the city such as Bristol Festival of Ideas
    • Internships or placements with key partners
    • Collaborating on live projects with real world impact
    • Supporting volunteering projects in the local area.
  • Students attending a graduation ceremony

    Cultural partnerships

    We're committed to building alliances, partnerships and collaborations with the most exciting, influential creative and cultural local organisations:

    • The Regional History Centre with the M-Shed
    • The Romantic Poets and Bristol Festival of Ideas
    • Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives 
    • The Tobacco Factory
    • The BBC.

“To use one’s voice is vulnerability, strength, privilege and right".

Abstract taken from February's student 'Poem of the Month'.

 

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