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    Hi, I am going to study illustration next year and i have gotten in to my top choices of Bristol UWE and Brighton. However i am having an incredibly hard time deciding between them. i have asked my tutors but they all went to Brighton so that wasn't useful.i have done research and have been to visit both places and the cities both seem to be on par with each other. UWE is much newer and done up and the facilities look really good, but i think Brighton mite be more established. any advise on the best place to go. anything will help. thanks.
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    (Original post by Ed246)
    Hi, I am going to study illustration next year and i have gotten in to my top choices of Bristol UWE and Brighton. However i am having an incredibly hard time deciding between them. i have asked my tutors but they all went to Brighton so that wasn't useful.i have done research and have been to visit both places and the cities both seem to be on par with each other. UWE is much newer and done up and the facilities look really good, but i think Brighton mite be more established. any advise on the best place to go. anything will help. thanks.
    Have you compared the difference in living costs and the difference between modules they offer?
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    Yh I have, I asked them the same questions in both my interviews n tried to find differences but they seem to be so similar with the briefs they give and the way the allow u to approach them. The both sounded very good but I couldn't say one sounded better
 
 
 
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