The Guardian 2007 league table placed Bedfordshire third in the country for media-related courses.
In the 2009 National Student Survey students ranked Journalism second and in 2008 Dance as second in the country.
Dean: Professor James Crabbe profile
The Bedfordshire Institute of Media and the Creative & Performing Arts aims to produce world-class practitioners for the creative industries.
We provide students with excellent facilities, innovative courses and committed teaching by professional practitioners and established experts.
Our courses are designed to bring out your full creative potential and provide a dynamic environment in which tomorrow's film makers, journalists, artists, actors, dancers, scriptwriters and designers work alongside each other.
We ensure that our courses are specifically tailored to meet the needs of our students and are geared towards fully equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed and secure employment after graduating.
We have strong links with industry including international companies such as JVC, and national organisations such as the BBC.
Students benefit from our proximity to London, home to national and international media companies, galleries and performance venues.
Teaching underpinned by research
Students can benefit from the research expertise and industry experience of academic staff. Lecturers provide students with the latest, and most up to date information, skills and techniques and knowledge (drawn from their own working experiences) that are needed in order to break into this competitive industry.
We have a first-class research culture within the Research Institute for Media Art and Performance
With a mature research base in media and highly active exhibition and performance culture in performing arts, the Institute welcomes applications for Masters by Research and PhDs.
Peoples Bark News Berkeley (Part 2)
This is a continuation of the Peoples Bark News
officials about your vote. Also, Bush has two daughters who are college age...do you think that they would be on the front line? How do you think it will perceived if 19 and 20 year olds are being asked to serve this country and his daughters are still making
headlines getting drunk at rat parties?
BARBARA LEE: That poses the kind of questions and dilemmas before us. There are many questions that have to be asked..the kind of terrain ahead of us in a country we don?t know, how much collateral loss will we be inflicting in terms of innocent women and
children? Loss of life is loss of life. The Congress needs to ask these questions, force the administration
to answer these questions. That does not mean that we, and I, are not unified. I'm sure I will hear from the
administration, I'm on the foreign affairs committee.
I see Secretary Po…