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British Council, BlueCrest announce launch of SoCreative Africa Programme

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The British Council Ghana and BlueCrest University are excited to announce the launch of the SoCreative Africa Learning Programme a unique opportunity for young creative professionals to gain essential skills in the creative industries.

This online programme will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the creative economy, its key drivers, and the skills needed to successfully navigate the industry.

From content creation and project management to entrepreneurship and marketing, the programme will cover a wide range of topics that are critical to building a career in the creative industries.

The programme will be delivered entirely online and will be parallel led by leading industry professionals and academics from BlueCrest University. It will also feature guest lectures and networking opportunities with industry leaders, providing participants with valuable insights and connections.

“The creative industries are a vital part of the global economy and employ millions of people worldwide,” said Dr. Sujith Jayaprakash, Rector of BlueCrest University.

“This programme is designed to give young professionals the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in this rapidly growing field. We are proud to partner with the British Council, one of the leading institutions in the creative arts, to deliver this program.”

The SoCreative programme will be open to young professionals aged between 18 and 35 and will be delivered in English. Applications are available and welcome from anyone interested in building a career in the creative industry.

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