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    I was looking into different degrees and this one seems like the one i'd probably enjoy the most, (being a broad course catering to my balanced creative and technical nature.)

    I'm curious which one people would recommend choosing if I did decide to do this degree?

    What is the social life like? ( not really interested in the nightly-drunk-scene, more in the societies/extra curricular activities)

    The only uni i've visited so far is Brunel and think it's pretty good; since i have no other uni to base it off yet though my expectations aren't that high.

    Here is some extra considerations;
    -I live near Brunel so wouldn't have to move if I wanted to save money; would moving all the way to Goldsmiths still be worth it and is the area better or worse?

    -Haven't finished AS levels yet but right now confident getting the grades won't be an issue.
    I do all technical subjects though (ICT, Maths, Physics)
    Would Brunel let me in if I made some portfolio from my creative hobbies?

    Queen Mary and University of London are also being considered if anyone has any input on them.

    If anyone is studying either of these, how's the course going?
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