Students Showcase Striking Images at International Photography Exhibition

Tuesday 16 December 2014
Falmouth student images at the International Photography Festival, China

Students Showcase Striking Images at International Photography Exhibition

Stunning photographs were shown off by Falmouth students at an international exhibition in China.

Henry Osman who is studying the Masters of Fine Art (MFA) course, was one of 80 students from across the UK selected to exhibit at the prestigious Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP), China's largest and longest-running photo festival.

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Crocodile Tears to be Screened in London

The award winning animated short film Crocodile Tears by a recent Falmouth graduate will be screened at the Molinare in London on Monday, 15 December.

The film by 2014 graduate Darren Smith is an animated comedy of errors, depicting the misfortune of two crocodile con artists. It picked up the Royal Television Society Devon & Cornwall Award for Best Undergraduate Animation - well done Darren.

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Falmouth Named One of UK's Top Creative Universities

For the third consecutive year, students have rated Falmouth amongst the top universities for creative scene in the Which? University Student Survey.

The Which? University survey asked more than 12,500 students to rate their university on the role that music, theatre, art and dance played in university life, as well as the amount of art-related societies, events and facilities open to students.

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Creative Industries Worth £100bn to UK Economy by 2018

Research by Falmouth University and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) has found that the gross value added (GVA) of the creative industries is due to surpass £100 billion by 2018.

Highlighting the positive impact the industry continues to have on the economy, the creative industries are also expected to be responsible for employing 1.39 million people in the same timeframe - representing 4% of total UK employment.

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Where Will Your Degree Take You?

Making sure our students leave ready to snap up a top creative job is our top priority. And this week we've been talking to the Independent on Sunday about how our brilliant industry ties help us do this.

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