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    So, looking through different options. But not sure really where to go.

    Leaning towards Kingston, or maybe Plymouth.

    Any suggestions? Thanks.
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    UCL
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    I think Oxford Brookes' publishing programme is supposed to be pretty good...
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    Shame there's no kind of list or table about this, I want to know too. I was recommended LCC by an employer who'd been there when it was the London College of Printing.

    I can't find any info about UCL but just for the university's reputation it seems like a good place. Oxford Brookes has a great website, lots of information about the course and people who've been there. Hopefully there will be a Publishing league table eventually.
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    Although a lot about Brookes is woeful, I took half of my undergrad degree in the Publishing department, and I would be very surprised if there was a better Publishing department in the country.

    Plus, all the major publishers are headquatered in Oxford. For the postgrad courses there are networking opportunities-a-plenty, including a speed-date 'meet a publisher'-type event, as well as various evening reception functions and the like.
 
 
 
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