Graphic Design at Kingston vs CSM as exchange student

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    I'm from Copenhagen and I've applied for a semester abroad at the BA Graphic Design courses at Kingston and Central Saint Martins. I've been accepted into CSM (still waiting to hear form Kingston), but I was wondering if anyone could share some personal experiences from each course to help me choose. I'm affraid that maybe Kingston is too experimental and focused on idea generation and groupwork and not actual 'printed' graphic design. On the other hand I'm not sure wether the CSM course is resting on it's reputation. I'll be joining the 2nd year in the spring semester. Let me know if I've got it all wrong!
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