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Stuck between these two for the fifth option of my application. Leaning towards USW but I may not be able to attend due to being immunocompromised and living in England (NHS funding differences may mean I might not get all the treatment I need).

Course wise, which is better?
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Probably UWE - "Studying this in Bristol means you'll be based in a centre of animation production excellence in Europe, with our animation courses forming an integral part of the city's success."
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I was deciding between USW and UWE for animation and have just accepted UWE through clearing For me, I really liked UWE's facilities when I visited a couple years back, and speaking to the lecturer in interview, I really liked how the course sounded, with Bristol also having really good industry links!
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