Which universities should I consider making my firm and insurance choices?

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Hey, I the universities I applied to are:

-University of Hertfordshire to study Mass Communications
-University of Roehampton to study Mass Communications
-Kingston University to study Media Cultures & Communications
-University of the Arts, London, LCC to study Media Communications
-Unversity for the Creative Arts, Farnham to study Media & Communications

I'm having trouble narrowing down my options as these universities all appeal to me, I was hoping for comments from students from the universities to tell me about the area, lectures and lecturers, student life, students in general the atmosphere etc.

Thank you!!
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Hey, I the universities I applied to are:

-University of Hertfordshire to study Mass Communications
-University of Roehampton to study Mass Communications
-Kingston University to study Media Cultures & Communications
-University of the Arts, London, LCC to study Media Communications
-Unversity for the Creative Arts, Farnham to study Media & Communications

I'm having trouble narrowing down my options as these universities all appeal to me, I was hoping for comments from students from the universities to tell me about the area, lectures and lecturers, student life, students in general the atmosphere etc.

Thank you!!
Kingston as firm choice.
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Hertfordshire as insurance choice.

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Hertfordshire as insurance choice.

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It would be my insurance choice, but it is asking for BBB grades, which is achievable, but the rest of them as for grades BC and 220-280 UCAS points, so I'm considering making that my firm, but I'm having trouble picking out an insurance university just in case I don't achieve BBB.

I'm planning a trip to London in a week probably visiting Roehampton, Kingston and UAL; LCC as they aren't that far away from each other, so transport will probably consist of just the tube and buses, plus to give me an insight on what the campuses looks like and if I can actually see myself there and all those factors.

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Kingston as firm choice.
Do you know if it's a good university for my particular course?
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Hertfordshire's great, seriously. I'm still at school, but I live the area and have loads of friends at the uni, and I did a shadowing day for Mass Comms last year and the students I spoke to loved the course. While we were there, we got to shoot a documentary and sit in on a Journalism class, it was all very exciting:'). You can take loads of different subjects as well, and then add and drop them each year. The girls I met are in Long Beach, California on a year abroad now, because Hertfordshire has phenomenal year abroad prospects - it's really pretty, too, and Hatfield is a nice area.


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Kingston would be a good insurance, too, it's supposed to be a really good uni - it's one of my top two at the moment.


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