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Creative Access workshops – exclusive for Kent students

We have teamed up with Creative Access, one of the UK’s leading diversity, equity and inclusion organisations, to offer two exclusive career development opportunities to Kent students who are interested in roles within the creative industries.

The creative industries encompass a broad range of sectors – including music, journalism, advertising and PR, theatre, TV, film, fashion, IT and software, museums and galleries, and publishing – as well as a variety of roles. You do not need to have studied a creative degree to work in the creative industries!

To support students considering a career in these areas, Creative Access are running two online events in May and June that are exclusively available to Kent students. Book your place now using the links below:

Join Creative Access and a music professional for this online group training session via Zoom. You will get step–by–step guidance on standing out in the application process, a chance to hear from a music industry professional, and tips to kick-start your creative career!

Join this online group consultation with Creative Access to learn how to celebrate your skills and experiences in your CV and cover letter, making for an outstanding application!

Note: These events are aimed at students from backgrounds that are typically under-represented in the creative industries. This may relate to ethnicity, socio-economic background, and/or disability (including self-identified mental health conditions), or those facing significant barriers to employment. If you have any questions about eligibility, please contact

We hope to see you there!