Past and current student share what it's really like to study in the Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies.
Aiesha Wilson, second-year Film and Television student
Academically, I’ve developed so much through the feedback I get. I make sure to pay attention to every bit of feedback, and if I hear something twice then I know I need to work on that particular area.
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Hannah McCurrie, second-year History of Art student
I looked at the modules and thought they seemed really interesting and applicable to loads of future careers as well. You don’t have to work in a museum when you come out the other end.
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BA Film and Television Studies graduate, 2021
I moved to the UK when I was 12. I didn’t speak the language properly, so film was kind of universal. Everyone can understand it. That’s what got me into it. It’s something that was there for me from the start.
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Chloe Austin, Exhibitions and Research Manager at Maximillian William, London
BA History of Art graduate, 2019
You never know where something’s going to lead to. I didn’t think that becoming a zebra mascot would lead to me becoming an invigilator, which would then lead to making a lot of connections in Nottingham's art scene!
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