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Do ual see their students as just a number? I’ve heard they are very competitive and just wanna be the best uni, apparently They don’t treat their students the nicest and they just care about the work. I’ve heard from one person that they’re b1tchy and competitive. Can anybody who has visited or went to that uni tell me what the atmosphere is like? Thank you!
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You would think a subject like art is less competitive and that people would help each other rather than compete...

Experiences differ depending on their perspective, what they expect and how they think. I can guarantee you will find some that loved UAL and others that hated it. For your question though I have no idea, just remember not to take responses too seriously.
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