I'm a bit worried about accepting my MA Innovation Management at CSM. The course not being in the area of design and the fact that CSM remains quite obscure and unknown to people from Management-related industry. I have been surprised that some Londonners ignored the existence of UAL and CSM.
I wanted to get your opinion regarding the following: do you think studying at CSM would be a good deal whatever the course is, I know that the school is famous within the design industry but what about outside the design industry?
Also - why UAL masters are 2 years long instead of the 1 year at most UK universities. I compared the curriculum, UAL Masters are not part-time and actually require around 3 days a week attendence, the same as 1 year long masters at other universities, and you still get the same qualification at the end. Other masters also include placement as some of UAL Masters do, so I really don't get why is it divided between two years. Two years can be a long time and an important investment, do you think it's worth it?
Thanks a lot of this guys, much appreciated
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