Now Goldsmiths put a vague requirement line in their course information
"There are no formal entrance requirements, but you need to demonstrate an interest in the subject, and the ability to benefit from studying the programme."
So what requirements got you in? What do you need to have or be in particular to be eligible to enter this course?
I have 3 alevels which I achieved over 4 years due to diagnosed and treated mental illness. This resulted in me getting horribly low results DDE (Bio, Maths, physics respectively). I want to study now more than ever because I have recovered and am officially off medication and psychotherapy.
However my grades are too low for normal undergrad entry and not even the right subjects for an english degree.
so is there hope?
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- Thread Starter
- 27-10-2015 11:02
- 27-10-2015 16:41
I reckon so, if in an interview you can make a good argument about why you want to study it! also i relate, i'm 2 years behind where I should be in school for the same reasons, so you are not alone! but i've been taking BTEC media over the past 2 years. I'm applying to Goldsmiths to do psychosocial studies