I really hoped that the application process in London is more competitive and I wouldn't have that situation, but I got 5 offers to study practical filmmaking from Westminster, Roehampton, UCA and UAL... and South Bank, but I'm not even considering the last one. I have a problem with those previous ones though.
I tried to make a list of advantages and disadvantages and I don't see a plain winner, so I decided to ask you.
I'm going to London on 19th April to get to know the campuses, but I was wondering if you could tell me some of your experiences, because it will be hard to learn the level of education from short trip.
I attended open days on Westminster and UAL. I liked Westminster much more than UAL because of safe and modern campus, but I decided to apply for both of them because I read stories about the low level of education of the first one. I didn't like UAL because of the location, but maybe it's worth giving it a shot. After all, what matters is what not where I'll be taught.
Let me know what do you think about it!
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