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    I have applied for MFA course and I have been offered from both universities last week.
    but I have no idea which one to choose.

    In terms of Goldsmiths, It seems to provide me suitable curriculum and an opportunity to develop my work.
    On the other hand, It demand to students more expensive tuition fee and higher IELTS score than GSA. I am worried about it because I am not English native speaker and My English skill is really really not good enough.

    When it comes to GSA Located in Scotland, It might be disadvantageous cultural experience than London.

    I do not know much about it...
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    (Original post by sbahn)
    I have applied for MFA course and I have been offered from both universities last week.
    but I have no idea which one to choose.

    In terms of Goldsmiths, It seems to provide me suitable curriculum and an opportunity to develop my work.
    On the other hand, It demand to students more expensive tuition fee and higher IELTS score than GSA. I am worried about it because I am not English native speaker and My English skill is really really not good enough.

    When it comes to GSA Located in Scotland, It might be disadvantageous cultural experience than London.

    I do not know much about it...
    Go where the course is better suited to you and your interests. The cultural experience is not going to get you a job and you can always travel to experience London. You can work on your English to meet the language requirements and even when you're here.
 
 
 
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