A major new campaign run by Falmouth University, Penguin books and Talenthouse (a global platform for artists) is providing a unique chance for a student to showcase their work to the world, with a little help from our Chancellor, Dawn French.
A film directed by Falmouth's new Director of the School of Film & Television, Chris Morris, has picked up a BAFTA Cymru.
Fog of Sex, about students working in the sex industry, won an award for Best Photography (Factual) at the event in Cardiff on Sunday 27 September night.
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.
Tim Hunt has won the Botanical Britain category at the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015.
Tim, who graduated with a BA(Hons) Marine & Natural History Photography and an MA in Television production, took home the award for his image, Fairy Moss, taken at Enys Gardens in Penryn.
Tim said: "It was fantastic to become a category winner. I used to spend many of my days exploring the surrounding areas of the University campus for photographic opportunities.
Over 1,200 undergraduates and postgraduates will be joined by their peers, families, friends and Falmouth's first Chancellor, Dawn French, to celebrate their graduation this week.
The graduands will all be personally congratulated by Dawn and will also receive specially minted chocolate gold coins adorned with the face of our Chancellor.
It's a moment to recognise all the achievements, hard work and time that has gone into ensuring their university success as well as a farewell as they embark on the next stage of their respective careers.