The renowned modeschool Central Saint Martins may every year hundreds of foreign students received. But what happens in the aftershock of Brexit with the graduates?
It is hard enough to get as a fresh graduate in a creative sector, find a job – a bubble that, for many only crack when they are months and months of sitting at home and realize that ‘studying at the same school as John Galliano’ is not to say that you will be the next Galliano. But what if you are graduating in a country that has just been immigration law tightened up and you’re not sure that you have a number of years màg work?
China Heart is a documentary of laatstejaarsstudente Georgina Yi Wan that while thinking about her future suddenly was confronted with the tightened immigration laws of the country where they are to always welcome felt. In the documentary that is part of her graduation project in modejournalistiek examines Georgina how Chinese students be affected by this new legislation, and how many of them are forced feel to return to their homeland – pretty sobering after you have studied in the United Kingdom, since internships have walked and have contacts put.
i-D magazine interviewed Georgina Yi Wan about her documentary. The conversation you read here.