Do you want to study a creative subject qualification but worry you might not be able to get a job at the end?
Are you trying to advise a young person in your care about what subjects to pursue career goals in mind?
Are you an Educator wanting to know more about creative education/career options?
“In year 11 all my friends were very academic and I was the artistic one. Art School had a cliche that you can’t get jobs but the Creative Futures evening showed us that I could begin a career after studying at Art School. I came to Creative Futures with my parents and it helped them to feel more comfortable with me coming to Art School. They were like ‘OK, she’ll be ok!’” – Past guest
75% of parents in 2019 felt they were MORE confident and prepared for their children to access creative study, careers and the creative industries.
Creative Futures is an event for Teachers, Parents, Carers and Pupils to find out more about the Creative Careers sector. Discover what happens when you study a creative option by meeting our students, graduates, alumni and staff. Immerse yourself in the innovative environment of Manchester School of Art through talks, tours, workshops and fun activities. The Creative Future is Bright!
When - Thursday 6th February 2019,
arrive at 5.45 pm for a 6 pm start. Ends at 9 pm. Refreshments and snacks included keeping you all going!
Creative Futures is not an open day. If you are interested in attending a Man Met Open day to learn about the varied courses we offer here, please visit the Man Met website here.
This event is an opportunity to give confidence to pupils and parents when making subject-specific decisions at options points within your education journey. We will offer insight into the opportunities available as a student at Man Met Uni, careers in the creative industries and future career prospects beyond studying a creative course at Higher Education.
This event is also relevant to teachers, governors and heads who wish to gain understanding about the landscape of Creative education at HE and how to support their pupils to access a creative future, connect creative education across curriculums and subject areas, and meet/network with university and school/college staff.