SEE Publications: Exploring enterprise and employability in art and design

We are delighted to share three new SEE publications that explore enterprise and employability in art and design. These related documents celebrate the rich and diverse enterprise and employability offer to students and graduates of UAL. 


SEE works across the university, in partnership with the Colleges and other colleagues, to offer a range of opportunities to students and graduates, helping them to make, take and connect to ideas, opportunities and networks so they can go on to be successful creative professionals and world-leading innovators, practitioners, employees and entrepreneurs.

We Are SEE sets out the details of Student Enterprise and Employability at UAL, articulating and explaining the range of programmes, projects and events that are delivered, both alone and in partnership with others. SEE prepares our students (and supports our graduates) for portfolio-working and offers a range of programmes around funding, awards, enterprise and innovation, placements & internships, job opportunities and mentoring. 

Stories Behind The Stats offers headlines and an explanation on our students' destinations after graduation as well as a contextual narrative concerning the student stories that sit behind the destination statistics that are published each year. This document includes student case studies that illustrate the diversity of our students' journeys post graduation. 

Work Of Art explores the place of enterprise and employability within the university's curriculum offer. Drawing on an in-depth landscape review across all of the Colleges that make up the university, this publication explores best practice and sets out an ambitious employability agenda for students and staff at UAL.

SEE is committed to supporting the all-round student experience at UAL and hope these publications explain and contextualise our ongoing offer and support. We are very proud of the offer to students at University of the Arts London and are happy to supply further information if required.

Download digital copies of all three publications via http://www.arts.ac.uk/student-jobs-and-careers/about-see/publications/

 
 
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