Anchored by the BSBI core values - Enterprise, Leadership and Success - the Faculty of Creative Industries brings an impactful set of creative arts programmes that are not only significant to our current economy but also a promising and commercially relevant career pathway for the future.
Anticipating the demands of a digital and knowledge-based economy, the creative arts industry is in a transformative age and is becoming more valuable than ever. Modern-day artistry encompasses the ability to translate ideas to a meaningful output from visual interpretation to storytelling that automation cannot fully dictate, inspire and accomplish.
Creative innovations happen in a setting where it is encouraged and at the same time, challenged. This type of environment is provided at BSBI, encouraging our students to nurture and improve their skill set to enable them to build a thriving career in the creative economy when they graduate.
Head of Academic Operations Arts
Interim Head of Faculty of Arts
Award winning fine artist, Liz Fernando, is a graduate from the prestigious LCC, School of Media, University of Arts London. Her works were exhibited at Tate Modern London and were showcased by the leading publisher Photoworks, Brighton. Her works have been acquired for numerous private collections including the World Bank Headquarter in Washington D.C.
Her industry and educational experience in the field of Art & Design ranges from executive level agency experience at Saatchi&Saatchi global network to multinational design education institution Raffles Singapore, Asia Pacific as well as developing and conceptualising long term art educational projects in Asia for the cultural institute of the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.
With a background in computer science and multimedia/virtual reality design and front-end development for healthcare and medical education, transport and infrastructure management and as senior creative, Jürn-Christian Hocke headed some of the most famous premium global automotive, fashion, beauty, FMCG and luxury brand campaigns.
Over the span of 15+ years he has built, trained and led teams of digital creatives at the top end of creative industry and corporate environment. He has guided tomorrow's leading creatives and innovators - both in educational institutions and corporate environments.
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Submission Deadline: 10 June 2022
The city of Hamburg offers a great deal as an international study destination. Hamburg has a rich cultural life, whether you are looking for museums, dinner, theatre or music. Hamburg is also made up of many waterways and canals. For the adventurous types, Supper Club boat rentals offers canoes, pedal boats, kayaks and board rentals. This gives you an opportunity to explore the city at your own leisure or have a leisurely day on the canal.
BSBI Faculty of Creative Industries is located on the famous Otto von Bahrenpark areal, which is a 5 min tube ride away from the railway station, Altona. The BSBI Campus is situated in heart of the historical gas works area, Otto von Bahrenpark. This location has a long-standing historical background and serves as a perfect backdrop for a modern, exciting and inspiring creative campus.
These programmes are offered as part of our Faculty of Creative Industries and awarded in partnership with the University for the Creative Arts (UCA). UCA is a highly ranked creative specialist university in major domestic UK league tables. With these BSBI programmes, our students can develop and improve their skillset to enable them to build a thriving career in the creative economy when they graduate. Hear from Liz Fernando, Head of Academic Operations Arts as she goes through the benefits of studying in Hamburg, Germany.
Listen to Jürn-Christian, Head of Interactive at Select World Hamburg, explain why creative industries have been successful in Hamburg during his 20-year-long career which has led him to Select World, one of the leading agencies in digital transformation in Europe. Jürn-Christian gives a valuable insight into the industry and explains the value of studying in the prosperous city of Hamburg, which is home to leading international companies including Microsoft, Nivea and Adidas.
Berlin School of Business and Innovation is in proud partnership with the University for the Creative Arts (UCA). The university was the highest placed specialist creative university in the Complete University Guide and The Guardian’s 2020 League Table.
As a pioneer for the creative subjects and accessible education, we are delighted to be partnered with the HTK academy, offering their students the chance to enhance their creative studies with flagship programmes validated by one of the top universities in the UK, University of Creative Arts. This additional edge will internationalise the students’ degree programme, thus opening the door to many new and exciting opportunities after graduation. The programmes will be thought in the widely recognised international language English on the premises of HTK in Hamburg.
HTK is dedicated to providing their students with first rate training to ensure they thrive in their chosen fields and become the creative talent of tomorrow. In line with this vision, our new collaboration will allow HTK students to achieve a BA (Hons) in Design degree in just one year with all the necessary support from BSBI’s expert academic faculty.
BSBI will be offering affordable tuition fees to HTK students, recognising the importance of students investing in their future.