IP for Creative Education: What does it mean to you?

  • Roxanne Peters: Creative and Cultural Rights IP Specialist , Careers and Employability
  • Ruth Soetendorp: Visiting IP Professor, Careers and Employability
As a leader of creative education, UAL has a responsibility to its students to build essential life and business skills for enterprise, innovation and sustainable futures. Intellectual Property (IP) are legal rights that underpin all creative and innovative practice, protecting the financial and reputational interests of creatives, yet to date IP education has been largely exclusive of UAL's curriculum.

Our students create value in tangible outputs and know-how through co-creation and collaboration. As emerging technologies offer new platforms for creative and interdisciplinary partnerships and exchange, how can we best support our students to navigate ownership, transparency and good ethical practice?