In order to be eligible for the Arts university Bournemouth vouchers, You must be based in one of the following areas: Bournemouth, Christchurch, East Dorset, North Dorset, Poole, Purbeck, West Dorset, Weymouth or Portland. Sole traders and social enterprises can also apply. The scheme is primarily focused on the creative, digital, manufacturing and engineering sectors but other sectors will be considered. Theses vouchers are supported by our workshop events that allow businesses to develop new skills, experiment with new equipment and make contacts with like-minded businesses across the region
Arts University Bournemouth has 8 different university scholarships and bursaries available to international and EU students. Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) offers a supportive and inclusive environment for all 2021 applications, whether you are applying for the Foundation Diploma, Undergraduate or Postgraduate level. The Arts University Bournemouth vouchers allow businesses access to our world-class facilities, which include SLS 3D printing, CNC routing, 3 and 5 axis CNC milling for prototyping and testing. They also enable businesses to work with our talented staff and students on solutions to their design problems.
What you can get out of the Arts University Bournemouth Vouchers?
- Innovation voucher – up to £5,000 to research and develop new products or services (you must be able to match 50% of your own funds to the voucher).
- Prototyping support through a business workshop is also available, which includes dedicated technician support and staff-led research collaboration on industry projects.
We also facilitate match-funded Innovation Vouchers which support businesses undertaking Research and Innovation projects. Recipients can claim back up to 50% of their financial investment in small research projects. The Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is delivering the South West Innovation Vouchers as part of a regional network of universities and colleges. The regional network, managed by Universities South West, enables businesses to access the knowledge base – universities, further education colleges and public sector research enterprises participating in the scheme.