Graduates Hit the Headlines with Missing Type Blood Campaign

Tuesday 16 June 2015
We've lost our A and O to support National Blood Week

Graduates Hit the Headlines with Missing Type Blood Campaign

Creative Advertising graduates Jo Griffin and Tom Dixon have hit the headlines with their inspiring National Blood Week campaign.

Jo and Tom, who graduated in 2014 and work at advertising agency WCRS in London, were asked to come up with an idea for National Blood Week because stocks of blood types A, B and O are running dangerously low.

Their idea was to imagine a world where those letters suddenly went missing so they asked famous brands to remove them from their names for a week.

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Record Numbers Attend Falmouth Open Day

More than 1200 future students and their families visited the University on Monday 8 June. They were joined by thousands more from across the world as the Falmouth University Twitter feed attracted more than 330,000 page impressions.

In a first for a UK University, campus and accommodation tours were available live through Twitter's Periscope app and 450 people who couldn't make it to Cornwall joined our student ambassadors for a close up look at our facilities.

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Graduates Pick Up Business Awards

Falmouth alumni have been named amongst the best graduate start-up businesses in Cornwall.

The entrepreneurs were honoured at the Unlocking Potential Graduate Start-up Awards.

Falmouth graduates Grant Batty and Rich Stephens from Pixel Rain, based in Penryn, picked up the Best Digital Start-Up Award.

The Exciting Future Award went to Falmouth graduate Johnny Paton and Daniel Gradwell, a Hull University graduate, from Kingdom & Sparrow based in Falmouth.

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£10K to Study an MA …

We are offering £10,000 for graduates starting a postgraduate course this autumn, which covers the full tuition and help towards living costs.

Bursaries are available for the following Masters degrees including:

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Graduate Careers Help Falmouth Fly Up University Rankings

Falmouth University is one of the stand-out performers in the Guardian University Guide 2016.

Falmouth has climbed from 53 to 31 in the overall rankings, with our score for students in a career after six months higher than some of the other universities in the top 30.

Huge success in the subject rankings sees us jump 97 places from 112th last year to 15th for business, management and marketing. Other significant rankings include 9th for design and crafts, 11th for fashion and textiles, 13th for art and 16th for film production and photography.

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