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  • Industry Talk: Represent

    This morning Advertising & Graphic Design Third Year students had a very illuminating visit from Mike and Tom of Represent, the Graphic Design recruitment consultancy.

  • We Are Industry!

    A celebration of the creative industries at the new School of Art and Design phase 1 opening night.

  • Students Take A Trip To The Graphic Design World Cup

    Students from Graphic Design recently attended the reknowned AGI conference in London.

  • I Like How You Say Hello…

    Our new first year students exhibiting their first piece of work, a ‘fakebook’ profile that others can like and comment on, in the Campus Centre.

  • Abstract Forces On Show

    Graphics Arts Leader, Noel Douglas is included in the show, It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, at the CZKD Cultural Centre in Belgrade, Serbia.

  • WD-40 Animation Live Brief goes live

    Our animation students created the 60th Anniversary Viral Video to celebrate the birthday of WD-40 on the 23rd September 2013 as a live animation project.

  • 101 Ways CHItaly 2013 Workshop

    We are delighted to announce our upcoming workshop prior to the CHItaly 2013 Conference: 101 Ways to Start a Conversation with Strangers: Research on social interactions in the build environment.

  • Art and Design Scoops University of Bedfordshire Student of the Year Award

    We are pleased to announce that one of the Art and Design Photography and Digital Art students Michael Radford was awarded the prestigious Student of The Year Award at the Gala Dinner and Student Experience Awards.

  • Fashion Show Is A Hit With Huff Post’s My Daily

    Huffington Post’s Celebrity and Style Site, My Daily’s Editor Sara McCorquodale’s rave review of our graduate fashion show.

  • MY WORK : 2013 Degree Show website launch

    We are very excited to have finally launched our 2013 (My Work) Degree show website, we are happy to say it’s now ready. The website showcases the 2013 Art and Design students work, viewers are able to select and pick between each subject area.