Category Archives: Internationalisation

Turn your PGCE or PGCert into an MA in Creative Education

The world needs you. The system we live in is in desperate need of new ideas. Education should be a way for people to drive positive changes by finding new and creative ways to make a difference. But all too … Continue reading

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Internationalising the curriculum

Guest blog post by Dr. Tomasz John, Coordinator and Lecturer for UCA’s Pre-sessional English for Art and Design courses. Over the next few years, UCA “will become a leading force for innovation in international creative education. This will be achieved … Continue reading

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BME student experience report

Title: Co-researching beyond the category: a thematic analysis of a student-led focus group study into BME student experiences at the University for the Creative Arts Author: Steve Dixon-Smith Co-researchers: Adeola Elugbadebo-Solomons, Bethan Dadson, Samuel Ntim Ababio, Kanndiss Riley Project sponsor: … Continue reading

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Guest blog post – Dr. Tomasz John

The 16/17 academic year has been packed with plenty of reasons for me to celebrate professional development as I successfully completed my PhD and received Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). I truly believe that it is fundamentally … Continue reading

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