Our Creative Industries faculty are hosting an information session for anyone interested in studying Art & Design, Broadcast Media, Computing, Music & Sound Production, Photography or Performing Arts with us.
Friday 30 April 2021, 1pm – 5pm
This is a great opportunity to hear from our teaching staff, find out more about our creative subjects and to ask any questions you may have about studying with us or the application process. The following sessions will be taking place during the afternoon. You can join a session directly from the links below at their starting time. If you have registered for a session previously, joining details have been emailed to the email address you provided.
Music & Sound Production: 1pm – 2pm
Join the Music & Sound Production Information Session at 1pm
Art & Design: 2pm – 3pm
Join the Art & Design Information Session at 2pm
Performing Arts: 2pm – 3pm
Join the Performing Arts Information Session at 2pm
Photography: 3pm – 4pm
Join the Photography Information Session at 3pm
Broadcast Media: 4pm – 5pm
Join the Broadcast Media Information Session at 4pm
Computing: 4pm – 5pm
Join the Computing Information Session at 4pm
All sessions will be taking place live on Microsoft Teams. You do not need to have a Teams account to join. When you click the link you can either join the session on the web or by downloading the app. It is recommended that you download the app.
If you have any problems joining, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Creative Industries
Our Creative Industries faculty offers a variety of courses which help prepare students to stand out from the crowd in their chosen field, be it art and design, broadcast media and photography, music and sound production, performing arts or computing.
From budding artists and filmmakers to up-and-coming performers and software engineers, students showcase their talents across a variety of events across the year culminating in a two-month city-wide creative festival – Glow.
Creative Industries is the home of our PASS (Performing Arts Studio Scotland) Theatre as well as creative centres – The Music Box and CRE:8. Students have access to these state-of-the-art facilities throughout their studies, providing an environment to encourage their creativity and allow their talent to flourish.