Female graduates still earn less than men

According to a new study published last week, female graduates can expect to earn thousands of pounds a year less than male graduates with similar qualifications. This is not a new story – “Underlying all of the analyses… is the fact that male graduates earn more than females. We drew attention to this in our studies of the 1995 and 1999 graduating cohorts. The same results are still in evidence some 10 years later.”
What does this mean for our graduates and students? If you have personal experience of pay inequality among media graduates, or you simply want to air an opinion, please do submit a comment!

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Graduate Internships

12 internships have been announced by the University. Full details and job descriptions for the roles are available here.

In brief the roles are:
1 x Graduate Intern (Registrar’s Office): A 12 month contract working primarily within the Registrar’s Office, Secretariat and Health and Safety.
11 x Graduate Intern (Student Affairs): 6 month contracts working primarily within the Student Administration and Admission teams.
In addition the following posts will be advertised in the near future: 2 x Student Support Internships.These are 12 month contracts working within the Advice Service/ Student Funding term.
If you happen to be on campus today, there will be a chance to discuss these opportunities in the Atrium, Brayford Campus, 12.00 to 14.00

LSM students help young film makers

Last Friday afternoon a short film made by young people from all over Lincolnshire, trained by School of Media students, was premiered at the Lincoln Odeon.

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Student film selected at Eat-Our-Shorts


From LSM head Sarah Barrow:

Congratulations to the makers of ‘Endlesswhich was selected for screening at last week’s showcase of films made by students in universities and film schools throughout the UK as part of an event organised by NAHEMI (the National Association for Higher Education in the Moving Image).

Team members Lisa Rustage and Beth Sandall attended the event at the National Film Theatre in London, supported by the Lincoln School of Media.

Well done to all involved in the making of ‘Endless’.

Dr. Sarah Barrow

Students praised for tourism film

A short promo film produced by School of Media students has had its premiere screening as part of a county-wide conference to promote and discuss Lincolnshire tourism and culture.

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