CEG Digital and Arts University Bournemouth announce partnership
The partnership allows students from all over the globe to study for an AUB Masters degree, without travel to the UK.
Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) has launched a new partnership with Cambridge Education Group’s Digital Division (CEG Digital) to create, deliver and market a suite of new part-time, online Masters degrees.
Students can join the AUB creative community on a selection of online postgraduate courses in the subject areas of landscape architecture, film practice and interior design. The first group of students will start in January 2023 and you can find out more about the three initial courses at online.aub.ac.uk.
The student experience is the shared number one priority and this partnership ensures students will study on AUB courses that have been built by experts in online learning design, technical support and pastoral care, enabling unrivalled access to AUB’s creative academic excellence.
AUB’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Gough said: “We’re delighted to be entering into this new partnership with CEG Digital. At AUB’s core is a fundamental commitment to outstanding teaching and learning, and via CEG Digital we’re able to seize the opportunities afforded by online innovation and flexible learning. Our new partnership offers excellent new courses offered to a global audience.”
Dawid Rheeder, Managing Director of CEG Digital, added: “AUB is at the forefront of thinking about their future students, the development of a global student community and the provision of innovative and flexible learning opportunities. With AUB we share a vision for learning, innovation and student engagement. We are privileged to partner with AUB to offer a range of creative programmes to a new community of students to help define their careers in the future. “