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Marine and Natural History Photography student Louis Supple has won Student Photographer of the Year at the Guardian Student Media Awards 2015.
The awards, which are judged by a panel of journalists from across the industry, recognise the country's most talented students planning to enter the journalism and media industry.
The creative industries are the fastest growing sector of the UK economy. One in six of all jobs held by graduates in the UK now sit within the creative economy, which is worth £76.9 billion, and we provide a gateway into this sector.
Our graduates' employability levels have reached 97% this year, against a UK average of 91%. This score, from the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE) 2015, measures those who are in employment or further study six months after graduation.
Falmouth is offering bursaries of up to £3,000 to applicants who live in Cornwall to help towards equipment, internships and the funding of end-of-year shows.
The Cornwall Award is available to UK students who have a Cornish address at the point of application for courses starting in September 2016. To qualify for the Award applicants need to fall under at least one of the following:
Falmouth University has retained its place as the UK's Number One Arts University in the latest Sunday Times Good University Guide. Falmouth was also placed 17th for teaching experience, number five among universities in the south west and the seventh best modern university. Falmouth has been the number one creative arts institution in the UK for two years running, having only achieved university status in late 2012.
Falmouth's overall ranking is 56 out of 127 universities surveyed.