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    So here's the thing: I've already got an unconditional offer from the AUB Film Production course and I have an interview scheduled for January for the Westminster Film course.
    If I get an offer from Westminster I have no ideia what uni to choose. AUB sounds more practical which is a plus but Westminster is located in London which is also a plus so I'm really undecided on what to choose.
    Can you please help me with this? What uni would you choose and why?
    PS: I'm into more "artistic films" than commercial ones.
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    (Original post by joanacaiano)
    So here's the thing: I've already got an unconditional offer from the AUB Film Production course and I have an interview scheduled for January for the Westminster Film course.
    If I get an offer from Westminster I have no ideia what uni to choose. AUB sounds more practical which is a plus but Westminster is located in London which is also a plus so I'm really undecided on what to choose.
    Can you please help me with this? What uni would you choose and why?
    PS: I'm into more "artistic films" than commercial ones.
    Hi there

    It's great to hear you've got an offer from AUB and that you're also scheduled for interview for the Westminster Film course. I'd recommend you have a list of questions ready to ask at your interview. Questions you want specific answers to such as will you be able to focus on artistic films which is your passion. The interview works both ways. It's about you finding out whether the Westminster course is the best choice for you. You'll be able to compare the Westminster course with AUB on course content, employment opportunities post-degree as well as things like standard and quality of the studios and student support.

    If I can find a current student from our Film BA I'll ask them to contact you with more information.

    Best of luck for your interview.

    Kim
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    Hi there

    It's great to hear you've got an offer from AUB and that you're also scheduled for interview for the Westminster Film course. I'd recommend you have a list of questions ready to ask at your interview. Questions you want specific answers to such as will you be able to focus on artistic films which is your passion. The interview works both ways. It's about you finding out whether the Westminster course is the best choice for you. You'll be able to compare the Westminster course with AUB on course content, employment opportunities post-degree as well as things like standard and quality of the studios and student support.

    If I can find a current student from our Film BA I'll ask them to contact you with more information.

    Best of luck for your interview.

    Kim
    Course Enquiries Team
    Thank you for the advices! I already gathered some questions for the interview.
    It would be really good to be able to contact a Film BA student.
    Best Regards,
    Joana Caiano
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    (Original post by joanacaiano)
    So here's the thing: I've already got an unconditional offer from the AUB Film Production course and I have an interview scheduled for January for the Westminster Film course.
    If I get an offer from Westminster I have no ideia what uni to choose. AUB sounds more practical which is a plus but Westminster is located in London which is also a plus so I'm really undecided on what to choose.
    Can you please help me with this? What uni would you choose and why?
    PS: I'm into more "artistic films" than commercial ones.
    AUB is leaps and bounds better than Westminster. I would advise AUB.
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    AUB is leaps and bounds better than Westminster. I would advise AUB.
    Hey!
    Thanks for answering, why do you think that? Did you studied there?
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    (Original post by joanacaiano)
    Hey!
    Thanks for answering, why do you think that? Did you studied there?
    AUB is Creative skillset, CILECT and TEF Gold accredited. Westminster just have Creative skillset.
    The range and amount of equipment at AUB is also higher which allows you more time to use and experience it.
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    I also have applied for Westminster! I’d be interested to hear how your interview goes, I’m preparing for mine at the moment 😅
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