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Hi everyone!

So I want to apply to Uni for next year and do film production, however, the hardest decision is actually making the right choice because there is SO much to consider

My first 3 choices are:
Ravensbourne - BA Digital Film Production
UAL - LCC - BA Film Practice or BA Film & Television
UCA - BA Film Production

If you go to any of these courses or unis, planning on going could you tell me why you chose it?

I've heard negative things about both Ravensbourne and UAL which is putting me off and they were my top choices. Some comments consist of lack of facilities and equipment, the lectures are not relevant or current and sometimes lack of support to students and a waste of money!

If you guys could help out
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I went to LCC but different course. It's not too bad but the lecturers could be indifferent and not so approachable sometimes.

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I went to LCC but different course. It's not too bad but the lecturers could be indifferent and not so approachable sometimes.

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Do you think it prepared you for your future with good industry links etc.?
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Do you think it prepared you for your future with good industry links etc.?
Personally no. Probably because I wasn't 'chummy' with the lecturers who know people. Some of my classmates did though. Also the mandatory internship can get you somewhere.

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