Can somebody give me an honest opinion on london college of communications! Watch
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For September, Media and Cultural Studies.
If you really want to check out LCC, theres an Open Day there today at 3:30. I was going to go but I can't afford to miss any History lessons at this point...
Its course-specific however, so your course might not be displayed today...BUT, if it's just a tour you want they do tours of LCC every Friday morning.
And if its just the building itself, don't worry, its a cool building.
Any college that has an archive dedicated to just Stanley Kubrick is a groovy place to be.
With the timetables it depends on your course, im in everyday apart from monday- but im doing a design course so it is a lot of studio time.
if you were staying in halls judging by what i have heard from people on my course Don gratton is good for going out alot, and the one right near LCC (i cant remember its name, literally 10 mins max walk) is good as it is so close to the uni.
Horseferrygirl - it depends what sort of uni experience you are looking for, because the UAL is obviously very seperated with the union being all the way in Holborn & if you want a certain book from a library you have to go across london to get it.. whereas i think leeds is all on one campus?
i hope i have helped a bit : ) like suga_coma said go with your gut instinct!
I'm an American high school student and I'm really interested in studying Public Relations.
I'm wondering how difficult is it to get in? And how is the international population at UAL?
I'm still struggling about student halls, I think i'll be at Will Wyatt court, is that good??
I think difficult of getting in varies depending on the course a bit, but I would agree that if nothing else they're pretty thorugh! I get the impression there's a pretty strong international group there from the people I've spoken to (I feel so boring in comparison!)