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Hi,I'm struggling on deciding which uni should I choose for studying filmmmaking next September. I've got an offer from:-University for the Creative Arts for Film Production- University of the Arts London for Film and TV-Leeds Beckett University for FilmmakingI've heard good things about all of them but my main problem is that I'm from Spain and there's no actual possibility for me to get to go to their open days. Therefore your thoughts on these unis would help me a lot.Thanks!
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Hi,I'm struggling on deciding which uni should I choose for studying filmmmaking next September. I've got an offer from:-University for the Creative Arts for Film Production- University of the Arts London for Film and TV-Leeds Beckett University for FilmmakingI've heard good things about all of them but my main problem is that I'm from Spain and there's no actual possibility for me to get to go to their open days. Therefore your thoughts on these unis would help me a lot.Thanks!
What sort of town/city environment are you used to/looking for?
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Apart from 8 months living this year in Melbourne, which is a pretty big city, I've been living in a super small town my entire 18 years. Actually, living in either a town or a city is not such a big deal to me, I guess I can get used to both kind of environments.
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Apart from 8 months living this year in Melbourne, which is a pretty big city, I've been living in a super small town my entire 18 years. Actually, living in either a town or a city is not such a big deal to me, I guess I can get used to both kind of environments.
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Leeds Beckett and UCA are CILECT members - their courses are likely to be closer to industry standard than UAL.
Leeds is a big student centred city, UCA is in a small town that's mainly centred social life wise around the nearby army base. In terms of balancing student experience and course industry links I would go for Leeds Beckett - unless you're particularly drawn to UCA Farnborough or desperate to live in London.
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Just generally then

Leeds Beckett and UCA are CILECT members - their courses are likely to be closer to industry standard than UAL.
Leeds is a big student centred city, UCA is in a small town that's mainly centred social life wise around the nearby army base. In terms of balancing student experience and course industry links I would go for Leeds Beckett - unless you're particularly drawn to UCA Farnborough or desperate to live in London.
UAL is CLIECT accredited http://www.cilect.org/profiles/4954
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UAL is CLIECT accredited http://www.cilect.org/profiles/4954
LCC is not UAL it is an individual college.

And they've only recently become full members (up until last month - when I made the post you replied to - they weren't listed as full members on the CILECT website).
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