Charlotte Couttie was drawn to the BCT degree by the diversity of subjects and the hands on approach. “This degree looked as though it would be challenging in respect of making something within an environment which emphasised self thought through concepts and their execution.”
Grant Nicholson discovered a passion for art and music at an early age and decided to pursue it as a career choice as he would like to work in film, gaming or digital effects. “Being an interdisciplinary course, the BCT offers broader career opportunities, opening up far more possibilities than other specialised courses available.”
Anthony Brosnan would like to work as a creative consultant or digital artist in a multimedia company. He joined the BCT because he was interested in working with real clients, being able to develop a large skill set across a broad range of creative areas and being able to work on self-directed projects.
Zac Henry originally intended to do engineering but decided he wanted a degree that gave him wider options for career choices. “With the BCT I have the freedom to dictate my career however I decide, even after I have graduated as the principles I am learning apply to many diverse careers.”