I visited the Leeds Open Day for Film Production and was very impressed and felt I would be happy to do my degree there. We were told that no interviews would be done and offers would be based on predicted grades, personal statement and a show reel. I felt me show reel was week, so I was surprised and pleased when I got an unconditional offer.
But there has been so much negative stuff about the huge number of unconditional offers this year and people have told me unis are doing it to make sure they get enough people on their course and not because I'm an especially good candidate.
Please could someone give me a completely honest answer why so many people (and not just film course candidates) are getting unconditionals from Beckett - because students are not daft and likely to get cynical. I'd like to hope its a bit more than just competitive marketing....
Will it ever be possible?