In addition to our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts, the University now has its very own Snapchat.
Find out about activities going on in and around campus, and get a unique insight into all aspects of University life. We’ll be sharing our favourite snaps of campus as well as telling the diverse stories of the people that make up our community.
Snapchat offers a unique way to communicate our story with a younger audience and show an authentic view of University life. The platform offers the opportunity to promote and amplify the work of staff and researchers in easy-to-understand ways for students, other academics and anyone else who is interested.
Snapchat is a multimedia messaging app that sends content to selected friends for a short period of time. The ‘story’ feature allows users to put videos and images on a single feed for friends to scan through and watch as many times as they like. After 24 hours, anything uploaded to a Story is deleted.
Would you like to get involved? We’re looking for groups or individuals with interesting stories to tell to take over our account! If you think you’re up for the job then we’d love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal for a takeover.
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