I'm applying for university for 2017 and struggling to pick my options. I know I really want to be in London due to the museums, social life, possible work experience and boyfriend ( we've been long distance for 4 years now, had enough hah). My option that is going to be my first choice is UAL. My tutor has highly recommended this especially there is a course specifically for publishing. UEL is out of question (it is an awful uni from advice from my tutor).
But then you have other universities like Norwich. It looks amazing but apparently the course for publishing arts is way too over crowded and I know I will need a tutor to talk to for advice.
Another is Falmouth yet it is way too far away- I wouldn't be able to get to an interview and I feel any work experience just wouldn't happen never mind a job.
Middlesex is apparently good but I'm not sure on the location, looks boring too which is not what you want and only supply a graphic design course.
Bath is another but again only Graphic Arts and you have to take a course alongside. So basically I want a university near London thats known with success rates. Also, the metro is mainly for international students who are crazy good at what they do which is why their success rates are so low.
I'm terrible at writing so really worried about writing a personal statement and the interview stage. Going to UAL on the 15th for an open day though so hopefully I get more insight. Any advice ?
|Last day to win £100 of Amazon vouchers - don't miss out! Take our quick survey to enter||24-10-2016|