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Roses Student Creativity Awards judging gets underway - winners announced tonight!

Roses Student Creativity Awards judging gets underway - winners announced tonight!Roses Student Creativity Awards judging gets underway - winners

Judging for this year’s Roses Students Creativity Awards is currently underway – with the awards set to be announced tonight.

This year’s awards saw 300 entries submitted from universities and colleges across the UK with 12 agencies setting briefs.

The briefs were set by Mark Ross from Glorious, Stephen Owen from Love, Craig Oldham from Music, Jon Stubley from Elmwood, Don Smith of Realise, Richard Scholey at The Chase, Rob Taylor from Like a River, James Buckley at 999 Design, Mark Beaumont from Dinosaur, Gerry Farrell at The Leith Agency, Karl Sanderson from Vivid and Malcolm Stewart at Tayburn.

The results will be announced tonight during the Roses Student Creativity Awards Exhibition which takes place at The Hive in Manchester City Centre from 7pm.

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Who will you impress this year? The awards give students the chance to shine in front of big agencies and get their foot in the door by showcasing their work and involving high profile agencies. ...

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