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    Hey i've looked around a few unis and been searching like mad online but i really need some help. I'll summarise my thoughts/findings below:

    - Gloucestershire - I went to the open day and was really impressed with the course but am unsure of what the uni life is like.
    - Winchester - This was the first open day I went to. The course seemed good but after going to other open days the film production talk at winchester seemed a bit vague and its not on the guardian's league table for film production. But i fell in love with the campus and would love to study there. So if anyone could shed some light on the course there that would REALLY help!
    - London College of Communication (UAL) - I went to the open day for film practice. I was very impressed and love the location. But the i can't find my information from the course online and have read a few negative things. So could anyone who knows more help me out with that?
    - Arts University Bournemouth - I didn't go to the open day but it seems great online!

    Sorry this is a long question but i'm in HUGE need of help. I want to know which degrees are good and are also seem by people in the industry as good too. So any help will be useful

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by henrymcnendy)
    Hey i've looked around a few unis and been searching like mad online but i really need some help. I'll summarise my thoughts/findings below:

    - Gloucestershire - I went to the open day and was really impressed with the course but am unsure of what the uni life is like.
    - Winchester - This was the first open day I went to. The course seemed good but after going to other open days the film production talk at winchester seemed a bit vague and its not on the guardian's league table for film production. But i fell in love with the campus and would love to study there. So if anyone could shed some light on the course there that would REALLY help!
    - London College of Communication (UAL) - I went to the open day for film practice. I was very impressed and love the location. But the i can't find my information from the course online and have read a few negative things. So could anyone who knows more help me out with that?
    - Arts University Bournemouth - I didn't go to the open day but it seems great online!

    Sorry this is a long question but i'm in HUGE need of help. I want to know which degrees are good and are also seem by people in the industry as good too. So any help will be useful

    Thanks!
    It depends on whether you want specifically film production, University of Lincoln for example has the best media production degree in the UK and you can specialise in film
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    (Original post by sw651)
    It depends on whether you want specifically film production, University of Lincoln for example has the best media production degree in the UK and you can specialise in film
    I want to specifically do a degree in Film Production, but thank you!
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    (Original post by henrymcnendy)
    I want to specifically do a degree in Film Production, but thank you!
    In that case, look at this table here, that is the table for film production
    http://www.theguardian.com/education...nd-photography

    Added the link there

    Good Luck!

    PS: employers are not allowed to discriminate by where a degree is from, just result and subject is needed
 
 
 
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