Photography course is in the frame at University of Gloucestershire

Share this article

Photography students have given their course at the University of Gloucestershire a thumbs up with a 100% satisfaction rating in this year’s National Student Survey.

Uni of Glos - Photography CourseUni of Glos – Photography CourseThe editorial and advertising photography course has become renowned for its professional links and international links, including recent exhibitions in Shanghai for Converse and Superdry and an award-winning show at the Focus Photography Festival at the NEC.

Dean of the Faculty of Media, Arts and Technology Ben Calvert said:
“This is a fantastic result and is testament to this innovative, industry-facing course. We are delighted that our students are so happy, and plan to keep it that way.”

Course Leader John Ingledew added: “It’s thrilling to be acclaimed in this way by our students. We have an outstanding staff team committed to transformational creative teaching. It’s brilliant that the students loved our course so much, their engagement with it is reflected in the fact that so many of them are already thriving in the highly competitive photography industry.”

The Course joins a handful of similarly high achieving courses in the UK including music at the University of Bristol and archaeology at UCL.

Source: University of Gloucestershire

Similar Articles

Don't Miss

Clear guidance by the Government more ambiguous that we thought.

The business minister wants the companies to maintain home-working wherever possible for as long as it's possible in effort to lower the infection rates.

Seven in ten working mums are being refused furlough by their employers

A TUC study has revealed that 70% of furlough requests made by home working mothers have been rejected by their employer.

Employers are torn between office and home working.

As majority of workers were forced to work from home remotely, their employers aren't keen or making it a new normal due to productivity concerns. Most employers do not want their employees returning to full-time work from home anymore.