A film made by a former Film MA student, Ece Ger, has been selected to the Edinburgh International Film Festival official selection for 2018! Ece’s film is entitled Meeting Jim, and the press release about the programme is found here:
“Ece Ger’s Meeting Jim about Jim Haynes, the man who co-founded the Traverse Theatre and was fundamental to the growth of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will also have its World Premiere in Edinburgh in June.”
Stage 1 and 2 Students!
Don’t miss the module fair on Weds 1st March from 2pm-3.30pm in Jarman 1 and 2!
This is your opportunity to meet the conveners and ask any questions you may have about a module.
Theatre Making | Stand Up Comedy | Physical Acting | Creative Producing | European Theatre
See the campus, meet the staff, experience a taste of the work.
Book your place by Thursday 2nd March here.
For more course information see http://www.kent.ac.uk/arts/study/postgraduate.html or email F.Vass-Rhee@kent.ac.uk
Wednesday 1st March, 4pm-5pm
Jarman Studio 1, University of Kent, Canterbury
Thinking about postgraduate study in the Humanities? Come along to our MA fair to get more information about masters programmes and applications from:
- American Studies
- Arts (Drama, Film and History of Art)
- Medieval and Early Modern Studies
- Classical & Archaeological Studies
- Comparative Literature
- English Language & Linguistics
- Modern Languages
- Religious Studies
- Paris and Rome
- Careers and Employability Service
T: 01227 824493
Are you thinking about staying with us for postgraduate study? Then make sure you come along to our information session on Wednesday 14th December at 1pm in the Aphra Theatre!
Here you will find out all about our postgraduate programmes, application process and funding.
We have now launched Digital Rep, our new online feedback platform where you can submit feedback about your course, school or faculty at any point throughout the Academic Year. This information is vital to not only help your Student Reps make changes to improve your academic experience, but also for you to have a voice in your education. We have launched this following the development of our Course Rep Review and the creation of our new Education Strategy in partnership with the University.
Below, you will see a video explaining how Digital Rep works. It’s really easy to give us your feedback, you just need to tell us something that works well, something that doesn’t work well and something that could be improved. With this feedback, our Student Reps can work to improve your Academic Experience, as well as sharing with the University the things that they do well. You can start logging your feedback now, so please tell us how you feel so that we can listen to your voice and make the changes you want to see.
To access Digital Rep and start giving your feedback, follow this link! http://bit.ly/KUDigitalRep”
We hope you all had a brilliant summer and are ready for a new and exciting year.
We have been busy updating your facilities over the summer…
- The Digital Suite in Jarman 4 has now been extended and includes 5 new work stations and 2 new projectors as well as new digital Canon cameras
- The Aphra has been updated with a new sound system and new curtains
- New curtains have also been installed in the Lumley as well as more LED lights
The School is also pleased to welcome a number of new teaching staff:
- Lucy Cash
- Dr Richard Misek
Film Lecturer and Director of MA-T Film
There have also been changes to the admin/technical team:
- Jonathan Fryer
Student Experience Manager
- Helen Czarnomski
Programme Coordinator (Drama)
- Aimee Dash
Student Support Coordinator (Student Success)
- Josh Lithgow
We hope you have a great autumn term. On the pages of this blog you will find lots of information about changing modules, employability, student support, year abroad and more. If you need to contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into the Jarman Building (Open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday).