For a short period of time, L3 Confetti students applying to university can benefit from an exclusive progression award.
The award-winning event returns on Sunday 29 January, raising awareness and funds for the rising homelessness crisis. In partnership with the festival organisers, we’re proud to have Confetti students involved supporting the planning and delivery of this year’s event.
We’ve made a number of changes and improvements based on feedback from our undergraduates about the Confetti campus.
We’re excited to be hosting the “Esports in Education Summit” for the second year in a row! The event will take place on Friday 10 February in Confetti X.
‘Time to Talk’ day 2023 will be held on Thursday 2 February. Time to Talk day is ran by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.
As part of its continuing programme of ON TOUR live events, Production Futures will visit our campus on Monday 23 January. We’ll have lots of world-leading experts exhibiting and providing talks on a range of interesting topics, including virtual production.
Confetti alumni Cameron Furnival-Watling recently came in to talk with current BSc (Hons) Film Production Technology students about his experiences within the industry since graduating in 2021.
We caught up with one of the documentary makers, Film & TV Production – BTEC Level 3 student, Gabi Petrenaite. Gabi produced her story with her Dad, whose passion for sustainability and water conservation has clearly inspired her.
Twelve of our BSc Film Production Technology students recently went to New York City for a trip with staff to explore the culture and the film world across the Atlantic!
Following on from the success of last year’s scholarships, we are pleased to run them again for our final year music degree students.
Applications are now open for NTU Music’s annual Vocal and Instrumental competitions