Important information for students who are EU citizens
The College highly values its diversity of staff and students, and we have a sizeable number of staff and students who are EU citizens. The Government is planning for Britain to leave the EU on the 29th March and as such is introducing an EU Settlement Scheme for those who wish to continue to live, work and study in the UK.
We invite students to submit work for an exhibition in the Barry Till Gallery, in response to the films of the pioneering film-maker, painter and poet, Margaret Tait (1918-99). Your response can be in any form including 2D and 3D work, creative writing, music and performance.
Tait is one of the most visionary and stridently independent artists to have emerged from the UK, yet her work has until recently remained relatively unknown. Morley’s exhibition coincides with Tait’s centenary celebrations taking place across 2018-2019.
From essay writing to course research to watching the latest boxset, using the internet is a part of daily life for students. Not being able to use their personal devices and online accounts because of a cyber attack is more than just annoying – it could have serious consequences for their course, or their finances.