MESH Special Projects allows for larger or more specific projects that might require collaboration across disciplines, or between students and staff. Projects may include an industry consulting requirement, academic consultancy services, or a long-term project requiring input across any of our communication and creative media disciplines. If you have a complex project that requires a more creative, collaborative or comprehensive approach, get in touch to discuss how MESH can assist.
What type of projects can MESH Special projects assist with?
MESH Special Projects can help with a wide range of projects and approaches. Projects that fall under MESH Special Projects will usually include a more involved interdisciplinary approach or incorporate academic consultancy services. To find out whether your project fits or to learn more about our academic consultancy services, please get in contact so we can discuss your specific project requirements.
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