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hi! I'm an international student (taking GCE A Levels in Singapore) planning to apply for 2022 entry, and the BA in media, culture and creative industries at King's College London is one of my top choices right now. I'm interested in the programme because it seems really flexible, interdisciplinary and covers a broad range of subject areas that I'd love to learn more about in uni. I was wondering if there's anyone here who has experience studying this course who could give me an idea of what it's like? Especially in terms of how much practical vs theoretical exposure you get, and if it's really as creative as the website says it is.
I'm also curious to know what it's been like taking this course in the midst of a pandemic, seeing as covid-19 doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon

thanks !!
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