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Kelsey Seeger gets AWARDED

In January Bond University Advertising graduate Kelsey Seeger applied to the highly prestigious AWARD school and was accepted to further her study in the coveted, broad fields of advertising and communication.

AWARD School is a 16 week course run by the Australasian Writers and Art Directors Association for people who want to become Copywriters or Art Directors in the advertising industry. Presided over by industry giants, the school aims to be a community of like-minded and passionate individuals galvanised by the sole aim of raising creative standards in all forms of commercial communication.

AWARD School accepts up to 300 students throughout Australasia every year from a field of over 800 students who apply. To be accepted, each person must submit a folio of work based on the brief set by the co-ordinators of AWARD School.

The school is very highly regarded and there is stiff competition for entry.

It is run in NSW (Sydney), VIC (Melbourne), WA (Perth), SA(Adelaide), QLD (Brisbane) TAS (Hobart), Auckland and Singapore.

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