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Hello,
I got conditional offers from 4 of my universities, which are University of Westminster (Film BA), University of Chichester (Film Production and Screenwriting), UWS (Filmmaking and Screen Writing) and University of Lincoln (Film Production).
I'm an international student from Central Europe, so I couldn't attend to any open/applicant days and also looking for a uni with nice international student experience.
I would prefer Westminster or Chichester as firm. For careers, obviously Westminster would be the best, but I don't know, Chichester seems a very friendly uni and I was immediately drawn to the course structure and the campuses.
What do you think? I also consider my other universities to pick for either firm or insurance, but I think for first choice, the hardest to decide is between Chi and Westminster.
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University of Chichester Uni of Chichester Students University of Lincoln University of Westminster and anybody who knows more about UWS because I heard that uni has bad reputation, even though it has ScreenSkills
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Hi Anna,

It's great that you're looking into this in such detail as it's a big decision! We will have a virtual tour of our Tech Park released soon for you to be able to see all the industry standard facilities in more detail.

As for career opportunities, 93.7% of our students were in employment or undertaking postgraduate study within six months of graduating. The academic staff are expert in their fields with one of our Screenwriting senior lecturers Fleur Costello working in the industry for 20 years and worked as a Comedy Development Producer for the BBC. We are more than happy to put you in contact with her to give you more detail on the course, career opportunities and any further information you may be after to help you make your decision? If you give us your email address, we'll put you in contact!

The University of Chichester has a strong community vibe with our core values of knowing all students by name, creating an extremely supportive environment to facilitate your learning.

In the meantime, we have two videos which give you an overview of the Tech Park, facilities and of course the grand-opening by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Royal Visit and HP equipment.


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University of Chichester Uni of Chichester Students University of Lincoln University of Westminster and anybody who knows more about UWS because I heard that uni has bad reputation, even though it has ScreenSkills
(Original post by AnnaMirjam)
Hello,
I got conditional offers from 4 of my universities, which are University of Westminster (Film BA), University of Chichester (Film Production and Screenwriting), UWS (Filmmaking and Screen Writing) and University of Lincoln (Film Production).
I'm an international student from Central Europe, so I couldn't attend to any open/applicant days and also looking for a uni with nice international student experience.
I would prefer Westminster or Chichester as firm. For careers, obviously Westminster would be the best, but I don't know, Chichester seems a very friendly uni and I was immediately drawn to the course structure and the campuses.
What do you think? I also consider my other universities to pick for either firm or insurance, but I think for first choice, the hardest to decide is between Chi and Westminster.
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Hi Anna,

Thank you for selecting us as one of your choices! We understand it can be a difficult decision to make, especially when you are unable to attend an Open Day or Offer Holder Day.

Here's a bit of information about us:
We're 7th in the UK for student satisfaction (NSS 2018), 22nd overall in the UK (GUG 2019), and rated Gold for teaching excellence (TEF). Lincoln is one of the UK's great historic cities, famous for our Castle and Cathedral, and our campus is home to over 100 nationalities! Discover more about us, here.

Our BA (Hons) Film Production programme is taught by multi award-winning industry practitioners and based in the Alfred Tennyson building - specialist production environment with television studios, video and audio editing suites, digital imaging, design, and multimedia suites.

You can also start making friends before you even arrive. Simply sign up to Friends for Life and we'll help you meet your future course mates.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Darren



(Original post by AnnaMirjam)
Hello,
I got conditional offers from 4 of my universities, which are University of Westminster (Film BA), University of Chichester (Film Production and Screenwriting), UWS (Filmmaking and Screen Writing) and University of Lincoln (Film Production).
I'm an international student from Central Europe, so I couldn't attend to any open/applicant days and also looking for a uni with nice international student experience.
I would prefer Westminster or Chichester as firm. For careers, obviously Westminster would be the best, but I don't know, Chichester seems a very friendly uni and I was immediately drawn to the course structure and the campuses.
What do you think? I also consider my other universities to pick for either firm or insurance, but I think for first choice, the hardest to decide is between Chi and Westminster.
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Thank you for the replies, I made the decision last night.
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We're so glad that you've made your decision, we hope all the extra information given helped
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Thank you for the replies, I made the decision last night.
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