Art foundation: Goldsmiths or UAL or GSA or others? Watch
I would also like to hear about other uni which has outstanding performance in Art and Design.
Thank you very very much((:
It depends on where you live as well though, if you live in London or nearby areas then Goldsmith and Wimbledon are both great, but personally I'd choose Goldsmith. But if traveling it not a big deal for you then GSA is definitely an amazing choice.
to me, Goldsmiths is good in terms of almost everything except finance
I'm worrying about the the low student satisfaction in UAL, but UAL is such a world famous Art teaching uni and many top student from all around the world will be there. Its more likely that I could make friends with worldwide student who r hardworking and talented.
I'm in great struggle so I'm just hoping to hear some views of current students. Thanks for the advice anyway!!((:
I hope so too. They have just built a new building, so it should be easier to cope than it would have been five years ago, but I wouldn't like to be the person who was using the projector. In answer to your original question, Edinburgh College of Art is up there with the others you mention.
I see that you're quite active in these forums and I was wondering if you have any insights on Goldsmiths vs Edinburgh College of Art.
I got unconditional offers from both schools for the MA Film Directing (Documentary) program. I understand they're both great schools and at first I was leaning towards Goldsmiths because it's in London and it has a strong reputation in the art world, but I was thinking maybe studying in a quieter city like Edinburgh has its own merits too. Do you know anything about the culture in these schools? I'm not sure where I can thrive more considering that I'm quite an introvert.
I hope you can share your insights on this. Thank you.
P.S. I'm an international student, if that matters.