Middlesex University vs University of West London

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kryztenisabelle
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Hiya, I've just sent off my ucas to hopefully start uni in Septemeber. I've applied to do Music Industry Management. And I've applied to Middlesex, West London, East London, London Met, and BIMM Bristol. My main choice is either Middlesex or West London but I can't decide between the two! Has anyone been/is anyone studying at either of these universitys? What are you opinions on them? Which has the best accommodation etc?

Also anyone studying music management...what is the course like? Do you recommend it?
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Hey! I'm studying at east london. I love my course so far and I've got some friends in the second year and they've told me it gets better. Our tutors are awesome man, like they proper know their stuff and have actually experience within the industry.
I applied to both london met and West london when I was applying, and london met offered me a foundation degree course originally in business so I turned it down because I didn't want to do a foundation degree first and I'm glad I did. One of the girls on my course went to london met last year to study the same course and she didn't like it and moved to UEL instead.
I just didn't get on with UWL like when I went up for the open day it just didn't appeal to me as much as it did online and I totally think that you have to go to open days to get a better idea of what the uni's are like. UEL was my 3rd choice originally judging by the course description online and stuff, but then I came up and it was so much better so it became my 1st choice and I got in
I absolutely love it man, it's such a good course, you have really good tutors available to you to help at any time plus you're in london which is probably one of the best places to go for a music orientated course
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Hi, I'll be doing music performance and production at UEL. I also applied at UWL, but got rejected for unbelievably stupid reasons..I personally think that UWL are quite subjective when it comes to picking the people they want to work with.
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Hi, which uni did you pick?
I can't decide between bimm and uwl, just wanted to know how you're finding your course.
cheers
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