Student showcases Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Our students produce excellent award-winning work. You can find out more below.

Graduate Show

An online archive of all 3rd year student projects.

Creative Professions & Digital Arts.

Type Thursday London

Type Thursday London is for people who love letterforms. CPDA Design Students are volunteering in the events and designing the poster, and social media work, plus more.

Creative Professions & Digital Arts.

Georgie Karram

Critical Video Essay - Global Film & Television Industries.

Creative Professions & Digital Arts.

Sound Design

Listen to a diversity of soundscapes, compositions and soundtracks created by students studying Sound Design at Greenwich.

Creative Professions & Digital Arts.

Games Design and Development

Final year student, Nicholas Sheehan, has been accepted to present his final year project findings at the Develop Conference in Brighton. Nick's work has been focused on preventing game exploitation and game hacking, concentrating on security measures that can help protect developers against exploitative players, especially in multiplayer games.

Computing & Information Systems.

Greenwich TV chat show - pilot

A chat show recorded live by our first year Film and TV students, under the mentorship of our 3rd years Amy Kellie and Harry Hibbert.

Creative Professions & Digital Arts.

Philip Knight

Graduate student film 'Philip Knight', a short film set in The Alps and London, which tells the story of two opposing politicians and their race for leadership, has been selected to screen at international BAFTA qualifying film festival Aesthetica in November 2017.

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3D Photorealistic Landscape Visualisation. The animation has been done in real-time using Unreal Engine 4.11. For more animation projects and our YouTube channel, please see this link.

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The Whale Bowl

The Whale Bowl is a short documentary that follows the heart felt plight of Lolita, the world's loneliest orca. The 3rd year student documentary won several awards, including the 'Best Local Film' award at the Reading Fringe Festival 2017.

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Remembrance Day

This final year student project won two Student Royal Television Society Awards - 'Best Drama' and the 'Craft Excellence Writing award' at the London Royal Television Society Student Television Awards in February 2017

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