University of westminster: Digital media and communication, equestrian club

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Hi everyone,
I have a few questions.
1) Anyone who is doing Digital media and communication from September at University of Westminster?
2) Usually, what is the timetable for a first year Digital media and communication student?
3) If I would join to the equestrian club and pay the membership, what is it contains? and what is the difference between Equestrian Associate Membership and Equestrian Standard Membership?
4) Usually how much money need and London university student other than accommodation and transportation?
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Hey! I’m planning to study Digital media and communicate at Westminster in September 2020🙇🏽*♀️! You’re the first person I’ve seen so far who is on here 😂
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(Original post by pinkfeb)
Hey! I’m planning to study Digital media and communicate at Westminster in September 2020🙇🏽*♀️! You’re the first person I’ve seen so far who is on here 😂
I've never seen anyone doing this course here as well since then. I started the course last year, so if you are interested in anything about feel free to ask
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